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Dr Anne Malatt is an eye specialist, or ophthalmologist. She trained as a medical doctor at the University of Melbourne and the Royal Melbourne Hospital for eight years, and then trained for a further five years at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital as a specialist in diseases and surgery of the eye. She undertook postgraduate research, and has a Master of Surgery degree from the University of Melbourne. She is a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Anne has been in specialist public and private practice since 1992 and participates in continuing medical education, surgical audit and peer review programmes, to maintain and improve her clinical skills. As well as her commitment to professional development, she is committed to her development as a person and a member of the community, for she sees life as one whole, of which her work is a great part.


Dr Anne Malatt consults from Jacaranda Medical Centre Alstonville on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.


She operates in Lismore on Wednesdays, where she performs both public and private surgery.

An appointment with
Dr Anne Malatt


When you come to see Doctor Anne Malatt, we will make the experience as enjoyable as we can. Many people find it stressful to see any doctor, let alone one who looks in your eyes, and some find that having problems with their eyes is frightening and/or frustrating. We understand this and offer lovely helpful staff and a relaxed and caring waiting room, and we try our best not to keep you waiting too long, as this can cause us stress too!

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Anne schedules longer appointments than is usual, to make time and space to be with you. She talks with you about your eyes and your general health. She tests you for glasses if need be, and examines you for all common eye conditions, including glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration.

Doctor Anne Malatt explains your eye problems in the context of your general health and wellbeing, and then offers you advice and suggests treatment options. She prescribes gentle healing remedies where possible; drugs for the treatment of eye diseases where required; and loves to perform surgery if that is what is needed. She is trained in all general eye surgery, but specialises in cataract, pterygium and eyelid surgery. She will do whatever she feels is in your best interests, including referring you to other practitioners if need be.

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