Dr Tom Cunneen is a fellowship trained ophthalmic surgeon. He graduated with Honours from the University of Western Australia in 2003 and did his residency at Royal Perth Hospital. He trained at the prestigious Sydney Eye Hospital and completed a Corneal and Refractive Surgical fellowship at the internationally renowned Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. In addition he completed a fellowship in Oculoplastic Surgery.
His research has been published widely in the international literature. He has a Master’s Degree from the University of Sydney and is a Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Western Australia. He holds a consultant position at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital where he deals with severe ocular disease and trains the next generation of ophthalmologists.
He is a member of the Australian New Zealand Society of Corneal Surgeons and Australian New Zealand Society of Oculoplastic Surgeons, sits on the Council of both the Australian Medical Association and the Royal Australian New Zealand Society of Ophthalmologists and is a director of the Australian Society of Ophthalmologists.
When he is not performing eye surgery he enjoys surfing and spending time with his wife and four young daughters.
There are many surgical and non-surgical options available to Improve your vision and Dr Cunneen will discuss which option is safest and most suitable for you.
For a consultation please book an appointment.
If you’re interested in improving your vision, please book a consultation with Dr Tom Cunneen.