Dr Susan Ang-Ngo
Dr Susan Ang- Ngo is a therapeutically- endorsed clinical Optometrist and graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales in 2003.
She has particular interest in Myopia Control particularly with orthokeratology Contact lenses , pediatrics and complex eye disease management. .
Dr Susan Ang-Ngo is grateful that her profession has opened doors to countries such as India, Cambodia and Vietnam in which she helps the disadvantaged have access to even the most basic of eyecare needs.
Dr Mandy Huynh
Mandy Huynh is an optometrist who graduated from the University of New South Wales with a double degree in a Master of Clinical Optometry and a Bachelor of Vision Science. She is a therapeutically qualified ophthalmic medicines prescriber.
Mandy’s clinical interests are in myopia control, paediatrics, dry eye therapy and the management of complex eye diseases.
“Optometry is a career that empowers me to help people. I am a people’s person who enjoys working with humans from all backgrounds and different life experiences. I am honoured to be able to positively provide care and value to the community’s eye health with my career.”
In her most recent clinical posting at the Omni Eye Services Clinic in Georgia USA, she worked alongside ophthalmologists managing ocular diseases. During this time, she has conducted research exploring ocular inflammation in contact lenses in children and adults.
In her spare time, you can find her tending to her plants, reading and bouldering.
“I’ve always had a genuine interest in health and problem solving, optometry really allows the combination to flourish.”
Annita Duong is an optometrist and an ophthalmic medicines prescriber. She graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Master of Clinical Optometry and a Bachelor of Vision Science.
Her clinical interests include paediatrics, specialty contact lenses and the management of complex eye diseases.
Annita is often described by her patients as bubbly and attentive to their needs and concerns. She firmly believes that effective patient communication is vital in maximising treatment outcomes. And therefore, her fluency in both English and Vietnamese allows her to better do so.
Outside of work, Annita enjoys reading, trying out new cafes and restaurants and volunteering with her church.