Dr Shaun Parsons is a highly skilled ophthalmologist with a specialisation in cataract surgery and subspecialisation in oculoplastic surgery (eyelid and lacrimal surgeon). He is dedicated to providing personalised and compassionate care to all his patients.

Dr Parsons graduated from medical school with honours and was recognised for his outstanding academic performance with several awards, including the Dux of the graduating year title. He also received prizes for surgery and public health medicine for attaining the highest grades in these domains. In addition, Dr Parsons was the recipient of the Handbury Scholarship for his exceptional achievements throughout his medical degree.

He completed his RANZCO ophthalmology training through the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH), and later pursued further sub-speciality training in oculoplastic surgery through a prestigious fellowship under Professor Timothy Sullivan at the Royal Brisbane Hospital. Dr Parsons has advanced training in all conditions affecting the eyelid, lacrimal system, and anterior orbit.

Dr Parsons maintains a strong interest in academic pursuits and has had his research articles published in international journals. He has also presented his work at national and international conferences to promote the sharing of knowledge and the improvement of medical practices among his colleagues.

Dr Parsons is committed to improving the eye health of his patients and currently holds a public hospital appointment at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and Ballarat Base Hospital. He approaches each patient with compassion, empathy, and a commitment to delivering the best possible outcomes. His goal is to help patients achieve optimal visual health and improve their quality of life.

He is passionate about providing care to patients with a wide range of ophthalmic conditions. Dr Parsons has specialised training in the management of complex cases, including cataract, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, as well as eyelid and lacrimal problems.