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Meet Dr Graham!

Dr Graham Furness is the founder and Medical Director of Insight Eye Clinic.

Graham is one of Perth’s most experienced and respected laser, refractive and cataract surgeons.  He has been performing surgery since 1996, so you can be confident that you are receiving the best treatment available.

Specialising in cataract and refractive surgery (various types of surgery used to decrease or eliminate dependency on glasses or contact lenses), he was one of the first surgeons in Perth to regularly perform cataract surgery using the small incision technique under eye drop (topical) anaesthetic.

Graham’s brother has a rare genetic disorder that has left him blind since his teenage years.  His Grandfather also lost his sight through glaucoma.  Understanding first hand the effects that visual impairment can have on an individual, Graham’s passion lies in helping as many people achieve the best quality of vision that they can.  He is playing his part to help rid the world of preventable blindness and to achieve clarity through the correction of visual impairment.

Not only is he a current member of the Medical Advisory Board and previous Chairman of the Perth Eye Hospital, Graham is also a visiting medical specialist at Joondalup Health Campus.

Our team is professional, caring and friendly.  We pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service and treating each patient as an individual.

 

Meet Dr Graham!

Dr Graham Furness is the founder and Medical Director of Insight Eye Clinic.

Graham is one of Perth’s most experienced and respected laser, refractive and cataract surgeons.  He has been performing surgery since 1996, so you can be confident that you are receiving the best treatment available.

Specialising in cataract and refractive surgery (various types of surgery used to decrease or eliminate dependency on glasses or contact lenses), he was one of the first surgeons in Perth to regularly perform cataract surgery using the small incision technique under eye drop (topical) anaesthetic.

Graham’s brother has a rare genetic disorder that has left him blind since his teenage years.  His Grandfather also lost his sight through glaucoma.  Understanding first hand the effects that visual impairment can have on an individual, Graham’s passion lies in helping as many people achieve the best quality of vision that they can.  He is playing his part to help rid the world of preventable blindness and to achieve clarity through the correction of visual impairment.

Not only is he a current member of the Medical Advisory Board and previous Chairman of the Perth Eye Hospital, Graham is also a visiting medical specialist at Joondalup Health Campus.

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