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Our Doctors

Dr Janet Lee

Dr Janet Lee is a highly experienced comprehensive ophthalmologist with a special interest in cataract surgery and glaucoma. She also works in paediatric ophthalmology, neuro-ophthalmology and medical retina.

Dr Lee obtained her medical degree from the University of Sydney graduating with Honours. Her postgraduate ophthalmology training was done at Sydney Eye Hospital, and following this she worked at the renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, USA where she undertook further study in cataract and genetic eye diseases. She has publications in a number of ophthalmic journals. She is a member of multiple national and international ophthalmic associations.

Dr Lee has worked in Burwood in private practice for 20 years, with Inner West Eye Surgeons moving to the present site in 2005. She is committed to providing the highest level of care and quality to all of her patients.  Dr Lee sees patients of all ages including children, and is CASA accredited.

Dr Kathy McClellan

Dr Kathy McClellan brings to the practice a wealth of experience in General Ophthalmology as well as a particular area of interest in Corneal and External Eye Diseases. Her approach to patient care combines her considerable level of experience with a natural empathy and understanding for her patients’ needs.

Kathy has considerable experience both within Australia and internationally. Kathy trained at Sydney Eye Hospital and undertook a corneal fellowship with Professor Doug Coster in Adelaide before returning to work at Sydney Eye Hospital and the University of Sydney. She has worked as an Associate Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney for 20 years teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students, and registrars in clinical ophthalmology, microsurgery and ocular microbiology. She has also worked as a lecturer and examiner for the University of Chittagong in Bangladesh, training local doctors and nurses for Sight Australia (an Australian NGO). In 2000, Kathy undertook a post doctorate year at the University of Texas, South Western Medical Centre at Dallas.

In 2003 Kathy was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal for service to medicine, and in 2012 Kathy was awarded a Distinguished Service Award by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.

Dr Season Yeung

Dr Season Yeung is a consultant ophthalmologist and ophthalmic surgeon
with subspecialty interest in cornea, external diseases, and refractive
surgery. He graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of
Western Australia, and was awarded with a Master degree in corneal
immunology at the same institution. After completing his ophthalmology
training in New Zealand under the Royal Australian and New Zealand
College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), Dr Yeung undertook a cornea,
external diseases, anterior segment and refractive surgery fellowship at
the University of Ottawa Eye Institute in Canada, where he had the
privilege of collaborating with many world-renowned ophthalmologists
in North America.


Dr Yeung is experienced in performing complex cataract surgery, corneal
and ocular surface (pterygium) surgery, eyelid surgery, collagen cross-
linking, and refractive surgery. In addition, he has a strong interest in
both clinical and scientific research, and he has presented at many major
international and Australian conferences including the annual meetings of
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and American Society of
Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS), RANZCO annual scientific
congress, and World Cornea Congress. Furthermore, Dr Yeung has
published in many major international peer-reviewed scientific journals
as well as a textbook chapter in ocular immunology. He is a current
member of RANZCO, AAO, ASCRS, International Society of Refractive
Surgery (ISRS), Cornea Society, Cornea and Contact Lens Society of
Australia, and Australian Chinese Medical Association (NSW). Dr Yeung
is a visiting ophthalmologist at Westmead Hospital, where he teaches and
supervises ophthalmology trainees in cataract and corneal surgery. Also,
he is a Term Supervisor for advanced ophthalmology trainees at
Bankstown Hospital.


Dr Yeung is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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