Dr Jon Farrah
MBBS(Hons), B Med Sci(Hons), FRANZCO
Dr Jon Farrah is one of the founding principals of Infinite Vision. He graduated from the University of Queensland Medical School with Honours and was awarded an AMA Medal. After working in general practice at home and abroad, he obtained specialist qualifications in ophthalmology.
Dr Farrah is a comprehensive ophthalmologist specialising in cataract and glaucoma surgeries, along with laser vision correction and implantable contact lenses. He performs micro-incisional glaucoma operations such as iStent, and has performed more Kahook dual blade treatments than any other surgeon in the country. He is also accomplished in all forms of corneal transplantation and cross-linking, along with reconstructive surgeries of the anterior segment for cancers and pterygia. Dr Farrah has a keen interest in the treatment of macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy and offers injection, laser and implant treatments. He is currently the only surgeon in Australia to implant the EyeMax Mono, a lens specifically designed to maximise the visual potential of patients with advanced macular disease. From his background in general practice, Dr Farrah brings a refreshingly holistic approach to patient care, and is committed to ensuring that patients understand their conditions and treatment options.
As well as publishing in scientific journals and presenting papers at local and international conferences, Dr Farrah is a member of the Australian, American and European societies of cataract and refractive surgeons.
Dr Farrah is based at Infinite Vision Ipswich and Logan, and the Mater Hospital (Springfield). In addition to his specialist services at Infinite Vision, Dr Farrah works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services to help ‘close the gap’ through the provision of advanced ophthalmic surgery.
Above all, Dr Farrah is dedicated to striving to ensure that his patients see forever.
Dr Hamish McKee
MB ChB, FRANZCO
Dr Hamish McKee is one of the founding principals of Infinite Vision. Dr McKee completed his undergraduate medical degree at Otago University, New Zealand, and then underwent specialist training in ophthalmology in Queensland.
After completion of his general ophthalmology training, he embarked on subspecialty training in refractive (laser vision correction) surgery, and corneal and cataract surgery at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital in the United Kingdom. One of his key areas of interest is treatment of corneal and anterior segment problems, including partial thickness corneal transplantation and cross-linking for keratoconus. He also has a keen interest in glaucoma and did subspecialty training in this area at the Hong Kong Eye Hospital.
He is still active in research and continues to publish papers in high ranking ophthalmology journals and present his findings at local and international meetings.
Dr McKee is based at Infinite Vision Logan where he consults in general ophthalmology, cataracts, glaucoma and corneal disease.