Dr Michael Brown

Dr Michael Brown

Great Southern Specialist Centre


Surgery Ophthamology

To book an appointment with Dr Michael Brown, please call 08 9841 3500

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Mike grew up in country NSW before moving to Newcastle for university. Initially he completed a degree in Engineering and worked as an electrical engineer for several years in the coal industry of the Hunter Valley.

In 2005 Mike returned to University to study medicine, graduating in 2009. After graduation he moved to Perth with his wife Naomi to undertake internship at Royal Perth Hospital and subsequent resident positions at RPH, Kalgoorlie, Bunbury, PMH and Fremantle hospitals. During residency he studied part time and gained a graduate diploma in science from the University of Sydney.

Mike commenced ophthalmic surgical training in 2014 in Perth and in 2018 undertook fellowship as the Fred Hollows Foundation Fellow at Lions Outback Vison. During this year he was involved in the delivery of specialist ophthalmic care to rural and remote communities throughout WA, including the Goldfields, Mid-West, Pilbara and Kimberly. He continues to be an honorary research fellow at the Lions Eye Institute.

Mike additionally undertook post fellowship training through Invercargill Hospital in New Zealand, advancing his skills in oculoplastics, medical retina and cataract surgery. He has worked since 2019 in the Southwest as a locum consultant through Bunbury and Busselton Eye Doctors.

He continues to be actively involved in the training of medical students and has been an examiner for UWA in Ophthalmology. He was the RANZCO (WA) registrar representative for 2017 and remains active in registrar teaching.

In 2020 Mike and wife Naomi moved part time to Albany with the goal of relocating permanently to Albany in the near future.

Outside of work, Mike enjoys mountain biking, surfing, tennis, and touch football. He’s also been a keen “parkrunner” for many years.

Special Interests

Comprehensive general Ophthalmology with sub-specialist interest in medical retina, including intravitreal injections for AMD and diabetes, cataract surgery and pterygium surgery.

Professional Affiliations

Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand Colleges of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO)
Member of Australian Society of Ophthalmologist (ASO)


Cataract surgery
Pterygium surgery
Intravitreal injections
Minor lid and oculoplastic procedures
Botox injections for blepharospasm
Lacrimal plugs for dry eye
LASER procedures for glaucoma, capsulotomies, and retinal conditions

Consulting Locations

Operating Locations

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Fees and Payment

Consultations at the Great Southern Specialist Centre will be charged standard AMA rates with Medicare rebates applied.

Discounted consultation fees for commonwealth concession card holders only

Please be aware the consultation fees will vary depending on the type of consultation.

Please note:

Patients do not need to have Private Health Insurance to see Specialists for consultations at the Great Southern Specialist Centre.

Private health insurance does not cover outpatient medical services  which are partly covered by Medicare.

Make an Appointment

For all appointment enquiries please contact the administration team at the Great Southern Specialist Centre

Ph: 9841 3500
Email: admin@gsspecialistcentre.com
or make a general inquiry through our website at www.gsspecialistcentre.com

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