Dr S. M.
BM MRCSED FRCOPHTH FRANZCO
Dr M. is a general ophthalmologist/eye specialist with a special interest and fellowship in oculoplastics (eyelid reconstructive work).
She qualified as a medical doctor from Southampton University, UK in 1997 and advanced through Specialty training in London and South Thames region to become an Ophthalmic Surgeon. She underwent further fellowship training in Oculoplastics – Eyelid and Orbital conditions – at Sussex Eye Hospital, Brighton, and went on to work as a Consultant in Emergency Eye and Adnexal/Oculoplastic Care at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.
She became an elected member of ANZSOPS (Australian & New Zealand Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgeons) in 2014 and Fellow of RANZCO (the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Ophthalmology) in 2013. She also holds Fellowship of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists in London (since 2009) and has been a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh since 2002. 3 years ago, Dr Morris and her young family moved to Australia to join her Australian relatives and to take up a position of Staff Specialist at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
She thoroughly enjoys her work and strives to provide the best patient care on an individual basis. In addition, she is actively involved in teaching ophthalmic trainees, medical students at Griffith and Bond Universities and in teaching nursing colleagues. Throughout her career, she has regularly presented at local and international meetings, authored in peer-review journals and has written a book chapter.
Dr M. offers complete care for your eye and eyelid health. Conditions seen include cataract, glaucoma, pterygia, eyelid tumours, droopy eyelids, watery eyes, blocked nasolacrimal ducts, eyelid reconstruction, and thyroid eye disease, amongst others.
A P M. consults online via Docto. Book a video consultation.
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