Our Story

Bacchus Marsh & Wyndham Eye Clinics were created to help improve the quality of lives within the community of western Melbourne, Victoria. Our mission is to give patients the opportunity to access high quality eye health care without having to travel long distances into Melbourne.

Part of our mission included the establishment of two eye clinics, one in Bacchus Marsh, the other in Wyndham, which was the realisation of a dream shared by a group of eye specialists who wanted to see world-class eye care and research take place right here in regional Victoria.

Our team of highly experienced Ophthalmologists understands that your eyes and vision are irreplaceable gifts. With excellence in clinical knowledge, experience, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and facilities, we are able to provide you with the best possible care for you and your eyes.


Our Vision, Philosophy & Values

Vision & Philosophy
Our focus is to provide excellence in accessible, affordable eye care to every patient in the community. We strive to apply new and effective models of care, to invest in training and share our knowledge to improve patient awareness of health in general, and eye health in particular.


Our vision is underpinned by the following values:

  • Integrity – We will act with integrity with respect to our patients, peers and staff
  • Respect – We will demonstrate respect of values regardless of cultural background
  • Diversity – We will respect each person’s diversity, beliefs and personal choices
  • Openness – We will be open and transparent in our communication and in everything that we do

“Our focus is to provide excellence in accessible, affordable eye care to every patient in the community. We strive to apply new and effective models of care, to invest in training and share our knowledge to improve patient awareness of health in general, and eye health in particular”.

Our Doctors


Dr Nandor Jaross


Dr Nandor Jaross is passionate about ophthalmology, its advances in technology, and having the ability to positively impact peoples’ lives by improving their vision.

Many patients appreciate Dr Jaross’ warm caring nature, humorous personality, his keen eye for detail, and his broad knowledge range which allows him to work closely with his patients to achieve optimal outcomes, not only in their eye health, but also their overall health.

Nandor started his journey in ophthalmology by graduating with “cum laude” from the Medical School of Debrecen, Hungary in 1983 and obtained specialist qualification with excellent results in 1987. He continued to win prizes from the Hungarian College of Ophthalmology in 1987 and 1988.

In 1988 he migrated to Australia and worked for 8 years at the Royal Darwin Hospital and set up the Mobile Eye Unit in the Northern Territory. He also received the Commanding Officer’s Medal working with the Australian Defence Force, providing surgery in remote areas.

During this time he was the recipient of the Ken Moo memorial scholarship and the Rotary vocational excellence award.

He later, worked at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and obtained PhD in 2003 for his thesis entitled “Diabetic Retinopathy in the Katherine Region of the Northern Territory”.

Between 2003 -2006 he was registrar at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and obtained fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists in 2006.

Since then he has been practicing primarily in medical retina in Coburg and Footscray at Vision Eye Institute.

He is now only practicing in the Western suburbs of Melbourne in Footscray and Bacchus Marsh.


  • Medical Retina
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
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Dr Elvis Ojaimi


Dr Ojaimi specialises in medical retina, retinal surgery and cataract surgery.

He is a graduate of Melbourne University medical school and was awarded a Masters of Medicine from Sydney University medical school in 2005 for his research in myopia.

He completed his general ophthalmology training at the Sydney Eye Hospital. He has extensive medical and surgical retinal fellowship training in Australia and Canada.


  • Vitreo Retinal Surgery

Retinal conditions include:

  • Age-related macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Retinal vein occlusions
  • Retinal tears and detachments
  • Epiretinal membrane (macular pucker)
  • Macular holes
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Dr Rahman Nazari


Dr Rahman Nazari is passionate about his patients and about sharing his knowledge with them. He believes that everyone deserves to have access to high quality eye care.




  • Cataract surgeon and general Opthalmologist specialising in vitreo-retinal
  • Graduated with honours in medicine from Tehran University Medical School in 2004
  • Complete his ophthalmology training at Farabi Eye Hospital in 2010
  • Completed a further 18 months sub specialty training in retinal diseases and vitreo-retinal surgeries in Tehran
  • FRANZCO qualification awarded in 2016
  • Has extensive experience in ophthalmic surgeries

Dr Christine Tangas


Dr. Christine Tangas is a University of Melbourne graduate who trained in opthomology at the Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Ophthalmologists and Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons.

She is a general ophthalmologist with a particular interest and expertise in cataract surgery and the use of premium toric and multifocal implants to correct astigmatism and presbyopia in suitable cases. As well as her private practice, she has been involved in training registrars as part of her public hospital appointment at the RVEEH for many years. She was Head of Clinic for 12 years and currently holds the position of Clinical Lead, Surgical Ophthalmology at the RVEEH.

Dr Tangas has also been involved with University of Melbourne medical student teaching since obtaining her fellowship. She was Fellow, University of Melbourne Department of Ophthalmology for 10 years and continues to be involved in undergraduate teaching.

Dr Tangas has also taken part in the clinical teaching of Optometrists when they have spent time at the RVEEH outpatient department.


  • Cataract surgery
  • Toric and multifocal implants
  • Correction of astigmatism and presbyopia
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Dustin L. Pomerleau


Dr. Pomerleau performed his ophthalmology specialist training at the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco. He subsequently completed a medical retina fellowship at Duke University and a vitreoretinal fellowship at the University of Alabama. His fellowships also included training in ocular inflammation (uveitis) and ocular oncology. Dr. Pomerleau practised in the Northeastern USA for several years before relocating to Australia, where he currently holds consultant posts at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and Royal Melbourne Hospital. His clinical research is focused on retinal imaging, retinal manifestations of systemic disease, and improved outcomes in diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, and the surgical repair of retinal detachment.