Dr Malcolm Capon

Dr Malcolm Capon graduated from Otago University, and did his specialist training at Auckland Hospital in New Zealand. He did research into the ophthalmic use of lasers at the Institute of Ophthalmology, and fellowships in medical and surgical retina at Moorfields Eye Hospital, UK.

Dr Capon is a comprehensive ophthalmologist and surgical retinal specialist. He has extensive experience consulting in NSW in the treatment and management of a wide range of ophthalmic conditions, including diseases of the vitreous and retina, cataracts, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. In addition to private practice, Dr Capon is a Visiting Medical Officer at Sydney Eye, Sydney Private, Prince of Wales and Liverpool Hospitals.

Dr Capon has a long association with the College of Ophthalmology, RANZCO. He is a teacher of College trainee ophthalmologists, and has been chair of the College Board of Examiners, chair of the College Board which assesses overseas ophthalmologists who apply to be accredited to practice in Australia or New Zealand, and an invited speaker at College meetings. Dr Capon volunteers at the Pacific Eye Institute, Suva, Fiji (Fred Hollows).

Dr Capon is skilled in the provision of medicolegal examinations and reports, and has completed the Sira and AMA modules (core and Vision). He has been widely published in peer reviewed journals, and maintains current Continuing Professional Development by attending relevant medical conferences and seminars.


Name:Malcolm Capon
Speciality Ophthalmologist