Dr. Catherine Chan - Ophthalmologist (Eye Doctor)

Ophthalmologist (Eye Doctor)
Central, Hong Kong Island
Dr. Catherine Chan geo-location of clinic location: UNIT 1101,11/F,HING WAI BUILDING, QUEEN'S ROAD CENTRAL,CENTRAL,HONG KONG(MTR EXIT D2)
Consultation Fee: $700.00 - $1000.00

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Clinic Details for Dr. Catherine Chan

Home visits?
Cantonese 粵語 | English | Mandarin 普通话
Opened on Sundays?
Opened 24/7?
Accept walk-in?
Accept emergencies?

FRCSEd (Ophth)
FCOphth HKFHKAM (Ophth)
M.Med (Ophth) (Singapore)
Dip Med (CUHK)
DPD (Cardiff)
GradDipFamMed (Monash)


Cataract surgery
Laser surgery
Eyelid surgery
Glaucoma surgery
Retinal surgery


Reviews for Dr. Catherine Chan

  • "All better" Mr. stephen c., on 7 Nov 2014

    Dr. Chan made me feel at ease and helped me understand my eye injury. All fixed. Thanks!!!

  • "Poor Service" , on 6 Dec 2018

    I booked an appointment with Dr. Chan's office as I had seen the positive reviews online. However, the service of her staff was very poor - bad attitude, slow and didn't speak English very well (nor did they make an effort).
    - Optometrist was an hour late for our appointment (I was the first appt of the day)
    - When I finished and wanted to pay the bill, the staff told me to take a seat and then did not help me (there was no one else in the office so not sure why they didn't offer to help me pay so I could leave)
    - Staff was also rude whenever I interacted with them to try to pay, confirm my next appointment, etc.
    The optometrist service was great, but I would not go back due to the rude staff at the reception. Hope Dr. Chan sees this to know what is happening in her office.

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Consultation Hours

Monday 09:30-13:00 15:00-19:00
Tuesday 09:30-13:00 15:00-19:00
Wednesday 09:30-13:00 15:00-19:00
Thursday 09:30-13:00 15:00-19:00
Friday 09:30-13:00 15:00-19:00
Saturday 09:30-13:00
Public Holidays

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Ophthalmologist (Eye Doctor)?

An ophthalmologist –is a medical or osteopathic doctor who specializes in eye and vision care. Ophthalmologists are specially trained to provide the full spectrum of eye care, from prescribing glasses and contact lenses to complex and delicate eye surgery. Many ophthalmologists are also involved in scientific research into the causes and cures for eye diseases and vision problems. How is an ophthalmologist different from an optometrist and an optician? Ophthalmologists are different from optometrists and opticians in their training and in what they can diagnose and treat. As a medical doctor, an ophthalmologist is licensed to practice medicine and surgery. An ophthalmologist diagnoses and treats all eye diseases, performs eye surgery and prescribes and fits eyeglasses and contact lenses. While all ophthalmologists specialize in eye problems and can treat all conditions, some decide to specialize in a specific area of medical or surgical eye care. This person is called a subspecialist. He or she usually completes a fellowship, which is one or two more years of additional training in the chosen area. Common areas of subspecialty include glaucoma, retina, cornea, pediatrics and plastic surgery. When should I see an ophthalmologist? You should have your eyes examined by an ophthalmologist if you have any of these signs or risk factors for eye disease: • decreased vision, even if temporary; • distorted vision; • new floaters (black “strings” or specks in
the vision) and/or flashes of light; • a curtain or veil blocking vision; • haloes (colored circles around lights); • an eye injury or eye pain; • red eye; • bulging of one or both eyes; • misaligned eyes; • double vision; • loss of peripheral (side) vision; • high blood pressure • diabetes mellitus; • AIDS; • thyroid disease-related eye problems
(Graves’ disease); • a family history of eye disease; • excess tearing; • eyelid abnormalities;

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