Dr Malvika Gupta graduated from Delhi University, India with a gold medal for her proficiency in Ophthalmology. She subsequently completed a diploma and then Diplomate of National Board degree in Ophthalmology following which was awarded fellowship of the International Council of Ophthalmologists from London, UK in 2012. Further to that, she completed two years of advanced medical and surgical training in retinal diseases at Westmead Hospital, Sydney, NSW. Malvika has worked extensively in general ophthalmology across various Victorian hospitals including Western Health, Monash Health and Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, training in management of complex cataracts, glaucoma and minor oculo-plastic disorders. Having practiced Ophthalmology for over 10 years as a comprehensive ophthalmologist and having performed over 3000 eye surgeries, Malvika provides total eye care with special interests in complicated cataract and pterygium surgery, medical retinal diseases and oculo-plastic procedures of the eyelid.
Malvika takes keen interest in writing and has authored over 30 titles in indexed ophthalmology journals and books. She has earned several young ophthalmologist grants to travel across Asia and Europe and participate in Retinal Disease Summits. She has now decided to settle in Australia and is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
Malvika holds public appointments at Northern Health and Lilydale Hospital (Yarra Ranges Health Services).
Comprehensive Eye Surgeon
Fluent in Vietnamese and English
Dee, as we all call her, is very experienced in orthoptic assessments and patient care. She is fluent in Vietnamese and English.
Adam is an Orthoptist with 7 years of clinical experience, graduating from La Trobe University Melbourne with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) and Master of Orthoptics degree in 2013. Working in both public and private clinics in Melbourne and interstate has provided Adam with an invaluable insight into the diverse range of clinical presentations in adult and paediatric eye health care.
Adam has a special interest in all areas of adult and paediatric strabismus and ocular motility, and is committed to providing an informative and supportive approach to patient-centred care.
Having a passion for eye health care education in the wider community, Adam enjoys volunteering his time at paediatric vision screenings on weekends and providing much-needed services as part of the IDEAS (Indigenous Diabetes Eye and Screening) Van initiative. Adam is an active member of Orthoptics Australia who attends regular local, interstate and international conferences and scientific meetings. He is also registered with the Australian Orthoptics Board and holds a Certificate of Currency for maintaining up to date clinical knowledge. In his free time, Adam enjoys spending time with family and friends, pursuing his piano studies, playing board games, and is an avid puzzler.
A lovely addition to our team of orthoptists, bearing a comfortable ease at handling complex ophthalmic scenarios and a vigour to learn. Special interests include glaucoma and cataract assessments
Since graduating, Thao has gained valuable experience working at various private practices in Melbourne, utilising her skills and specialist equipment to deliver eye assessments.