We have been servicing our local community for over 30 years. We provide complete eye examinations to ensure the earliest detection, diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, complex visual problems including myopia progression control, corneal reshaping therapy, learning and reading difficulties and treatment of visual stress with precision optical filters.
B. OPTOM (HONS) (UNSW), GRAD CERT OC THER (UNSW). MEMBER OF OAA, CCLSA & OSO.
My interest in Optometry was the result of being diagnosed with a ‘lazy eye’ as a child and my visits to the optometrist for eyecare & vision training, which allowed me to perform at my best at school. I am very grateful for the opportunity I have to ‘give back’ and help others achieve their potential by providing the best possible eyecare advice and vision solutions.Book an Appointment
John received his Bachelor of Optometry degree from the University of New South Wales with Honours Class 1 in 1985 and commenced private practice in Fairfield. Ever since his graduation, he has enhanced his expertise in eye examinations, vision correction, spectacle & contact lens dispensing and ocular disease detection & management. He continued his studies to receive a Graduate Certificate in Ocular Therapeutics and he is currently studying his Master of Optometry at the School of Optometry and Vision Science at UNSW.
We are experiencing an unprecedented public health situation and we wanted to let you know that we are here for you. The Federal Minister for Health has advised optometry practices can remain open and therefore, we will continue to provide eye care & optical services to the best of our ability.
To make our practice safer we have decided to implement the following precautions:
To assist our patients, Dr John Musumeci Optometrist will provide the following services for those unable to come into the practice:
We have a duty to continue to provide eye care for our patients but at the same time, ensure we have a safe practice environment. This is a rapidly evolving situation and will always follow any Government advice in order to limit the further spread of COVID-19.
Finally, I hope you all remain healthy in this challenging time and don’t forget to support one another, especially those on need. We will get over this and there will be positive news. If we are united, we will all get to the other side.