Dr. Chandra Perera is a part of our stellar team here at Bunbury and Busselton Eye Specialists, and is ready to assist you
I am a general ophthalmologist at Bunbury and Busselton Eye Specialists. Having completed my medical degree at Monash University in Melbourne in 2008, I then moved to Perth for subspecialty training in Ophthalmology.
After completing my ophthalmology training, I completed a fellowship for further training at Stanford University in California, USA. My primary areas of interest in ophthalmology are cataracts, glaucoma and medical retina.
I have a strong interest in digital health and research. As such, I am involved in the implementation of numerous medical software projects and conduct research on a variety of ophthalmic topics.
Having grown up in Warrnambool – a coastal town in Victoria, I’m enjoying life in Bunbury. When I’m not in the clinic, I’m a keen photographer exploring new sights to see in the region. You can see some of my photos on https://www.chancepix.com.
Russell completed his high school in Bunbury, and then went on to finish a medical degree at UWA in 1997 and finally his Ophthalmology Fellowship in Perth/UK in 2009.
Neil is a comprehensive General ophthalmologist at Bunbury and Busselton Eye Specialists. He trained in the UK (Royal Free University Hospital, London) and undertook Sub Specialist Registrar training in the Wessex Deanery in the South of England.
From 01/08/2023 Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors have changed their name to Bunbury and Busselton Eye Specialists, our addresses of 19 George Street, Bunbury and 194 Bussell Highway, Busselton have stayed the same and we will continue to provide the same high-quality service you have come to expect.
Please note that our phones will be off between 12:00pm and 1:00pm daily, should you require to be seen urgently, referrers can contact us on our referral line