Dina established Mt Annan Eyecare in 2010.
Dina graduated from the University of NSW with Honours in 1996. In May 2022, she attained the ACBO Fellowship, furthering her knowledge in the area of neuro-developmental optometry.
Dina continues to focus her energies on expanding her knowledge and clinical skills to ensure she can offer the most comprehensive visual care to her patients.
She has completed postgraduate studies here in Australia as well as in the USA. This includes the Curriculum Courses of OEP (The Optometric Extension Program) in the years 2000-2008. In 2012, she was privileged to attend the Sanet Program in San Diego. These courses provide hands-on small-group post-graduate clinical education in the field of behavioural vision care, conducted by leading expert doctors in the field.
Dina enjoys working in private practise, and has a passion for providing the type of visual care that can shape optimal development and potential.
Dina has embarked on two Eyecare trips, as a Volunteer, to provide eyecare to remote villages in East Timor, Dili and Oecussi, with ICEE (International Centre for Eyecare and Education).
Dina is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the Optometric Extension Program Foundation, the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists, and the Optometric Association of Australia.
Kevin Trac undertook the Bachelor of Vision Science/Bachelor of Optometry course at the University of New South Wales and graduated with honours in 2011. During his studies he undertook placement at the Australian College of Optometry (ACO) in Melbourne and at the South-West Eye Hospital in Chongqing, China.
Kevin has worked with the Brien Holden Vision Institute delivering eye care and education programs to Aboriginal communities in NSW and the Northern Territory.
Kevin has a special interest in behavioural optometry, myopia control, orthokeratology (Ortho-K), specialty contact lens fitting for keratoconus, and diseases of the eye.
Kevin is therapeutically endorsed to prescribe medications to treat anterior eye infections, inflammations and also to co-manage glaucoma and post cataract surgery. He has experience in co-managing patients following corrective laser surgery. He is also experienced in foreign body removals and the treatment of dry eyes.
Joanne graduated from the University of NSW with Honours in 2008. She has completed postgraduate studies at both UNSW as well as OEPF Clinical Curriculum and proactive about further developing her knowledge with the latest research.
Joanne has a special interest in children’s vision and contact lens fitting. She is passionate about providing holistic eyecare to enhance quality of life for her patients.
Joanne worked for many years with the Royal Society for the Blind and a previous board member of the Contact Lens Society (South Australia) for providing education to her peers.
Joanne has been on Eyecare trips with Rotary and Australian Health and Humanitarian Aid as a Volunteer, providing eyecare and support in rural areas of Cambodia and Vietnam.
In Joanne’s spare time she is busy learning the art of negotiation with her 2 young children and Beaglier, and trying to find where the best playgrounds are around Sydney.
Jennifer has studied a combined Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Optometry. She graduated from UNSW in 2010 with the first class honours and the University Medal. She has then furthered her study in behavioural optometry at both UNSW as well as the OEPF Clinical Curriculum. She enjoys working with children of all ages, from zero to those above 100years! In her spare time, she enjoys tending to her garden, cooking, baking and spending time with her husband and bulldog
William Coyle, Dina’s husband, is a certified Vision Therapist through the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists, having qualified in May 2022. He has worked as a vision therapist at Mount Annan Eyecare since 2017. William also holds a Masters of Music in piano performance. He taught at The Australian Institute of Music for four years until the end of 2017, predominantly in music harmony, music history, and music teacher training.
In November of 2018 William attended the OEP VT1 training course in Pomona, California, where he was invited to attend and to present a paper this forthcoming January at the Kraskin Invitational Skeffington Symposium in Washington D.C. William’s paper discussed commonalities between musical and visual development, and the corresponding parallels between music education and vision therapy.
In February 2020 William also attended the Sanet Program in San Diego.
Libby had a career change and recently joined Mt Annan Eyecare. She is currently undertaking her Certificate IV in optical dispensing and is looking forward to learning all aspects of the practice.
Libby loves spending time with family and friends.
Tamara is at the start of a career in the optical industry at Mt Annan Eyecare. Originally a patient of Dr Dina Chungue, Tamara was given the opportunity to commence a traineeship in optical dispensing at the clinic in which she accepted with an eagerness to learn more about her role. She enjoys spending time with her family during her spare time.
May is studying Cert IV in Optical Dispensing at Mt Annan Eyecare. She is passionate about delivering exceptional customer service to patients. When not at work or studying, she enjoys cooking and spending quality time with her young family.