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Why choose us
The Wellington Eye Centre was the first eye surgery in New Zealand to offer LASIK eye surgery, more than a year before any other clinic.
The Wellington Eye Centre was also the first to offer Advanced Surface Ablation (ASA) Epi-LASIK in 2005 in New Zealand; and the first to offer femtoLASIK in 2009 using the VisuMax™ femtosecond laser - the most advanced laser vision correction technology on the planet.
The Hawkes Bay and Manawatu Eye Centres provide specialist Laser Vision Correction, Cornea and Anterior Segment surgery to the people of Hawkes Bay, Gisborne, Manawatu and Taupo. The Manawatu Eye Centre provides assessment and follow up of refractive surgery patients, management of corneal eye conditions and general ophthalmology.
Dr Andrew Logan
M.B. CH. B., F.R.A.N.Z.C.O.
Dr Logan qualified as a doctor with a Bachelor of Medicine (MB) and Bachelor of Surgery (CH.B) from Otago University in 1976, and completed his training as a specialist ophthalmologist in 1983.
He was the first surgeon to perform LASIK surgery in New Zealand in 1995, more than a year before any other refractive New Zealand surgeon. Believing strongly in the benefits of laser eye surgery, he was the first eye surgeon in New Zealand to have it performed on himself in 1996.
He was also the first New Zealand surgeon to perform LASIK in 2005 and the first to introduce the Visumax femtosecond laser in New Zealand in 2009. He introduced SMILE keyhole laser vision correction to New Zealand in 2014.
Dr Logan is proud to call himself an early adopter of new proven technology, and stays at the forefront of this by attending seminars and training in New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
BOptom(Hons) BSc CertOcPharm
Shannon is a Therapeutically Qualified Optometrist with special interests in dry eye management, myopia control and in diabetic retinal screening.
Prior to joining the Wellington Eye Centre in 2019, Shannon spent close to two decades working as a community Optometrist in Wellington and Lower Hutt. In that time she has had short stints working as a locum Optometrist in Australia and New Zealand.
Shannon is always looking for ways to diversify her optometry experiences and has taught and examined optometry students at the University of Auckland, practised in rural Fiji with VOSO, presented her research at a Contact Lens Society conference and in 2001 was awarded a scholarship to study optometry in central New York.
Shannon is currently studying to expand her scope of practise to include Glaucoma treatment.
Outside of Optometry Shannon is heavily involved in community theatre. As a qualified ANZDA adjudicator, she takes great pleasure in encouraging other theatre practitioners to upskill and expand on their theatre experiences.