Our specialist ophthalmologists and support team are leaders in the treatment of all eye conditions.
We have been providing quality eye care through consulting and surgical services to the residents of Blacktown, Parramatta, Castle Hill and Sydney’s greater western suburbs for nearly 30 years.
At MetWest, you will find a unique specialist ophthalmic centre that provides our patients with the latest diagnostic and treatment equipment enabling us to look after all our patient’s needs.
Our accredited onsite day hospital means all your eye care needs can be accessed locally.
Our specialist care team understands how difficult it is for our patients to travel for specialist eye services.
Our mission at MetWest is to provide our patients and Sydney West referrers with convenient access to leading specialist eye care and treatment for all eye conditions without the need to travel outside of Sydney’s west.
When you come to visit our specialist eye doctors in Blacktown, you will find a purpose built ophthalmic specialist health care facility and accredited day hospital that allows us to provide consultation for diagnosis, management and treatment of all eye conditions including cataracts, glaucoma, retinal conditions, macular degeneration and common eye disorders and eye surgery.
You don’t have to worry when you come to MetWest. At MetWest, we understand patients are people.
At your appointment, our Blacktown eye specialists are supported by a caring team of professional orthoptists and a caring administrative team.
MetWest is recognised by all leading health funds and DVA and accepts all major credit cards.
MetWest Surgical would like to congratulate our staff and team on our continuous accreditation via The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, most recently in May 2021.
Patients are no longer required to undergo a RAT prior to an appointment with a MetWest Ophthalmologist. We do ask that you re-schedule your appointment if you have cold or flu symptoms.
As NSW Health still has hospitals at Amber Alert, surgical patients who are not vaccinated are still requested to undergo a RAT prior to their surgery.