M.B., B.S., F.R.A.N.Z.C.O.
Dr Carolyn Ross is a general ophthalmologist with subspecialty expertise in cornea, cataract and pediatrics.
Dr Ross completed her medical degree at the University of Sydney and ophthalmology training at Sydney Eye Hospital, gaining particular experience with complex paediatric ophthalmology as the Senior Registrar in the Professorial Unit. A Cornea and External Eye Disease Fellowship was then undertaken in Adelaide with world renowned Professor Coster, who treated patients from across Australia and Asia and who excelled in managing corneal infections and transplants and complicated cataracts.
Dr Ross is a Senior Consultant at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead. She enjoys the complex nature of ophthalmology in the public hospitals, collaborating with other colleagues and teaching future generations of eye specialists.
Carolyn is also a volunteer surgeon in Cambodia where she works with dedicated teams to restore vision in people in rural communities.
As a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, Dr Ross teaches medical students as well as training ophthalmologists and conducts the paediatric component of the university’s Master of International Ophthalmology.