Paul Giles is a general Ophthalmologist working with Eye Clinic Albury Wodonga providing general ophthalmology services to Albury Wodonga and surrounds.
Dr Giles completed his undergraduate medical training at Monash University in 1992 and subsequently spent time at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne and the Anatomy School at Monash University. In 1995 Dr Giles was awarded the Cedric Cohen prize for excellence in the basic science examinations in Ophthalmology and was subsequently admitted to the Ophthalmology Specialist Training Program based at the Eye and Ear Hospital.
After basic ophthalmology training, Dr Giles completed further general ophthalmology training in Taunton, England. Training included cataract surgery, oculoplastic surgery and glaucoma.
Dr Giles returned to Australia in 2000 and began work at the Albury Eye Clinic where he continues to practise in the field of general ophthalmology with interests in cataract surgery, oculoplastics and glaucoma.
Along with the rest of the doctors at Eye Clinic Albury Wodonga, Dr Giles continues to support the public system as well as the Registrar training program and medical student teaching.
Dr Giles holds an appointment as a VMO at Albury Wodonga Health.
Dr Steven Heery
Steve graduated from University in NSW in Medicine in 1983. He subsequently did his ophthalmic training with Fred Hollows at the Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospitals finishing in 1991. During his registrar training he developed expertise in the intravitreal treatment of CMV retinitis in AIDS patients and was one of the few people in Australia doing so at that time.
He also had exposure to Third World Ophthalmology and has travelled extensively throughout New South Wales, Queensland and New Guinea.
Since 1991 he has been engaged in Private Practice in Albury/Wodonga. He has developed extensive experience in all aspects of general ophthalmology and has also had experience with a broad range of oculoplastic and squint procedures.
He now concentrates mainly on intravitreal treatment of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy and the medical management of glaucoma.
He also performs a range of oculoplastic procedures including the management of small to moderate skin cancers with flaps and grafts.
Dr Alan Luckie
MB ChB, FRANZCO
Alan Luckie moved to Australia from New Zealand in 1985, after undertaking medical school training at Otago University, Dunedin.
He undertook ophthalmology training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH) in Melbourne. He subsequently completed Vitreoretinal fellowships at the RVEEH, Moorfields Eye Hospital in London and California Pacific Medical Centre in San Francisco.
Dr Luckie’s practice is confined to medical and surgical vitreoretinal diseases. Dr Luckie holds an appointment as a VMO at Albury Wodonga Health.
Dr Tim Steele
Dr Steele is an eye surgeon with a special interest in cataract surgery and oculoplastic surgery. His practice takes in the broad scope of ophthalmology including glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and retinal conditions.
Tim studied medicine at Monash University in Melbourne where he graduated with Honours and received the Alfred Hospital Residents and Graduates Association prize as the highest ranking student.
He completed his ophthalmology training at The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne. After finishing at the Eye and Ear hospital, he undertook further fellowship training in oculoplastic surgery and cataract surgery in the United Kingdom. Dr Steele holds an appointment as a VMO at Albury Wodonga Health.
Dr Jonathan Moodie
MB ChB FRCOphth FRANZCO
Jonathan Moodie moved to Australia from the United Kingdom in 2014 where he initially undertook Registrar training at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. Subsequently Dr Moodie undertook further sub-specialist training in the area of Medical Retina, uveitis and cataract surgery at the Bristol Eye Hospital in Bristol, the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne and at Moorefield Eye Hospital in London.
Dr Moodie now consults in general ophthalmology and cataract, with a specialist interest in Medical Retina disease including the treatment of age related macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease.
Dr David Heine
MBBS, BMed Science, FRANZCO
Dr Heine has practiced in the North East Victorian region and Albury for 30 years.His special interests have been cataract surgery and oculoplastic surgery; he no longer performs cataract surgery but continues with oculoplastic surgery. He is able to see general ophthalmic conditions including glaucoma and diabetic eye disease.
David studied medicine at Melbourne University and completed a Bachelor of Medical science in the Melbourne University Anatomy department (anatomy of the extra ocular muscles).
He completed his ophthalmology training at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Mebourne and completed an Anterior segment Fellowship in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital David works regular sessions on a part time basis.
Dr Jennifer Arnold
Dr Arnold is a member of the Macula Society (a US based international body for macular specialists) and works for the Fred Hollows Foundation. Dr Arnold is a medical retinal and macular specialist. She is one of 18 ophthalmologists worldwide involved in the revolutionary work carried out during the past 20 years, in the diagnosis and management of Age Related macula Degeneration (AMD) Dr Arnold consults at our rooms one session per month.
Libby Donkers has been Practice Manager for EyeClinic Albury Wodonga since 2006. During this time she has managed dual location Practices consolidating to a new bigger, brighter office located in Dean St Albury in 2014, introduced Electronic Medical Records, streamlined processes for script management for injectables, and automated most processes where possible. Libby holds a Degree in Health Services Management is a committee member for both RANZCO Practice Managers and The Professional Standards Committee and has extensive links with local medical and allied health practices. With a long standing association with many local health professionals Libby considers herself fortunate to manage a dedicated team of 23 staff who support change and strive to deliver their best at all times.
Supervising Orthoptist Team Leader
Marcus has been employed at Eye Clinic Albury Wodonga since 2001 after completing degrees in Science (anatomy / physiology) and Orthoptics. In his current role, Marcus leads a team of 6 other Orthoptists, supports many of the Surgeons varied requirements and endeavours to keep well abreast of the rapid technological advances in the optical field. As supervising Orthoptist of the clinic Marcus has established relationships with Metropolitan Educational facilities and is involved in teaching and training of Orthoptic and Medical student’s along with a commitment to supporting the needs of the clinic within the Research area.
Clinical Team Leader
Bronwyn has been employed in various roles in ophthalmic practices since the beginning of 2008, after completing a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in 2007. In her present role, Bronwyn oversees the clinical processes carried out at Albury Eye Clinic including extensive IVT injection clinics, quality improvement and active research department and has also been influential in transitioning the clinic to a number of online platforms to streamline existing processes. Bronwyn is currently completing further post graduate study in the field of Quality and Safety in Health Care to compliment her existing knowledge and skills set and promote continuous quality improvement efforts.
Administration Team Leader
Belinda has been working at EyeClinic Albury Wodonga since 2010. She has worked in various areas throughout the clinic during this time. She has added to her experience and understanding of Ophthalmology from assisting injections, conducting eye scans to now being solely in medical administration. Belinda has completed a Bachelor of Health Science and is now focusing on the administration side of her career. She is commencing study in Human Resources and long term plans to study further in the Business and Accounting fields. Belinda’s current position is the Office Manager and the Team facilitator of Administration.
Surgical Bookings Coordinator Team Leader
Anita’s has been a medical administrator in the local area for over 20 years. Beginning in General Practice, Anita joined the Albury Wodonga Eye Clinic as a medical receptionist in 2003. During this time Anita gained extensive knowledge as a senior receptionist within a specialist practice. Anita has since gone on to expand her specialty medical administration knowledge 2 additional specialties, including a role as Office Manager with a Cardiology group. In 2013, Anita returned to the Eyeclinic as Surgical Coordinator and member of the management team, establishing positive working relationships with the local hospitals, operating theatres and Anaesthetists. Recently Anita has commenced a Diploma of Leadership in Practice Management.
Alex has been employed as the Research Coordinator at Eye Clinic Albury Wodonga since 2016. Prior to joining the clinic in 2016, Alex worked as a Registered Nurse in Canberra for 5 years after completing a Bachelor of Nursing in 2011. As Research Coordinator, Alex oversees patient enrolment and management, and ensures that Eye Clinic Albury Wodonga complies with ICH-GCP and other regulatory requirements. Alex works extensively with the Doctors, Orthoptists and Clinical Team to provide patients with the option of participating in Clinical Research and managing their care for the duration of their participation in the study.