Dr Phoebe Moore is a general ophthalmologist with subspecialty expertise in retinal diseases, uveitis (inflammatory diseases of the eye) and cataract.
Dr Moore graduated first in her undergraduate medical degree at the University of Newcastle in 2011. In addition to graduating with distinction, she was awarded the RANZCOG Women’s Health Award for the highest overall ability and capacity in obstetrics and gynaecology and the Andrew Lojszczyk Prize in Surgery, for the highest overall performance in surgery. She graduated with the AMA prize for the student with the highest overall ability and capacity.
She completed her internship through the Hunter New England Health Network while also completing her Master of Medicine in ophthalmic science. She graduated first in her master’s degree, being awarded both the Anthony Molteno award for optics as well as the Clarence and Mabel Clark Award for the most proficient graduate.
Dr Moore commenced ophthalmology training in Melbourne through the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in 2015. She graduated first across Australia and New Zealand, being awarded the KG Howsam medal for excellence in 2018.
Dr Moore then went on to undertake further training at Bristol Eye Hospital in 2020, subspecialising in retinal diseases and uveitis, in particular management of immunosuppression for patients with inflammatory diseases of the eye.
Dr Moore returned to her home-town of Tamworth in 2021 where she lives with her husband and 2 sons.