Kardinya

Ross Palmer Ross Palmer
Phone: 9314 1400
kardinya@abernethyowens.com.au

Dip. Optom (SA); FOASA; PGCertOcTher

Ross grew up in Zimbabwe and graduated from the Witwatersrand School of Optometry in 1986. Ross then relocated to the Province of Prince Edward Island (PEI) in 1986, where he began practicing optometry after passing the Provincial Board exams. Ross sat the Optometry Council of Australia and New Zealand (OCANZ) board examinations in 2001 and then relocated to Australia in 2003 and practiced in Adelaide from until 2005. He relocated to Perth in 2005 and joined Abernethy Owens Optometrists.

He has been active in his profession over the years, serving two terms as President of PEI Provincial Association of Optometrists and as a councillor to the Canadian National Association of Optometry. In Australia Ross served on the board of the WA Optometrist Association for six years.

Ross enjoys all aspects of primary care optometry and treats patients of all ages including children. He is therapeutically endorsed and has a keen interest in ocular disease. Ross consults in our Kardinya practice.

Angel Voon Angel Voon
Phone: 9314 1400
kardinya@abernethyowens.com.au

B. Optom; B.VisSci (Hons)

With Chinese ancestry, Angel was born in Malaysia and emigrated to Perth with her family 30 years ago. Angel completed her Vision Science degree, graduating with Honours in 2001 and then went on to complete her Bachelor of Optometry in Melbourne in 2004.

Angels' main passion is educating her patients and providing the best solutions for their eye care needs. She recently completed the Brian Holden Myopia Control course and hopes to be more proactive in helping slow the progression of myopia in appropriate patients.

Angel consults in our Fremantle and Kardinya practices.

 

Caroline Owens Caroline Owens
Phone: 9314 1400
kardinya@abernethyowens.com.au

B.Sc Optom

Caroline is Perth born and bred, and went to Melbourne to study for her optometry degree. On her return to Perth in 1992 she began working at Abernethy Owens Optometrists. Caroline spent two years on the WA Optometry Association Council early in her career. She is currently undertaking the Ocular Therapeutics studies and will soon be qualified to prescribe medicated eye drops for certain eye conditions.

Her main interests are in contact lens fitting, particularly Keratoconus and more complex cases. Caroline enjoys seeing people of all ages and finding the best visual solutions for her patients. The constant improvements in technology for detection of eye disease is keeping her challenged and excited about patient eye care.

Caroline has two daughters and enjoys reading and travelling. Caroline consults at our Fremantle and Kardinya practices.