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Dr Rhuju Mehta

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Dr Rhuju Mehta

“I enjoy interacting with, and educating patients about their ocular health. I am passionate about glaucoma and cataract surgery and find it a privilege to help improve my patients’ vision.”

Biography

Dr Rhuju Mehta completed her medical degree at University of Western Australia with Honours. She undertook her ophthalmology training at the prestigious Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Victoria before returning to Perth in 2017. Dr Mehta has completed two Fellowships- a Glaucoma Fellowship at Royal Perth Hospital and the Fred Hollows Foundation Fellowship with Lions Outback Vision, providing clinical and surgical ophthalmic services to rural and remote Western Australia. She has presented at national and international conferences and has published in peer-reviewed journals. Dr Mehta is fluent in Gujarati and Hindi. Dr Mehta is currently taking appointments at our Murdoch clinic.

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Fellow - RANZCO
Australian Society of Ophthalmologists

Lions Eye Institute, Murdoch WA
Consultant Ophthalmologist, Royal Perth Hospital

New glaucoma treatments- XEN stent
Glaucoma surgery outcomes

Young Investigators Day Prize, MRF (2011)
Goatcher Clarke Award for Top Surgical Intern (2009)
PF Sobotka Scholarship (2007)
Prize Winner- Surgery and Clinical Anatomy (2004)
Publications in several peer reviewed journals
Speaker at international and national ophthalmology meetings including International Ocular Inflammation Society meeting and Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmology meetings
Invited speaker at WA Optometry & Orthoptics Australia conferences
Fellow of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (with Honours), University of Western Australia

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