Dr Mo graduated from Leeds medical school in 2006, where he was the recipient of an honour’s degree and more than ten distinction certificates.
Dr Mo was awarded the Elizabeth Hunt medal for achieving the highest national mark in the UK refraction exam in 2010/2011.
Dr Mo was awarded the Brian Harcourt medal for achieving the highest national mark in the UK for the FRCOphth exit exam in 2012/2013.
Dr Mo completes his ophthalmic specialist training at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, receiving two medals from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.
Dr Mo joins Re:Vision to offer patients state of the art laser vision correction, modern refractive cataract surgery, novel corneal transplant techniques and the latest treatment for corneal disorders such as keratoconus. Dr Mo also becomes a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (FRANZCO).
Dr Mo obtains his doctoral degree from the University of Auckland titled “Novel treatment options for the treatment of corneal disease".
Re:Vision is closely aligned with ARCH to provide free cataract surgery for those denied access to timely care in the public healthcare system anywhere in the North Island. Dr Mo is proud to be able to help the community in this way.