Welcome to our ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery practice. The field of Oculoplastic Surgery is based on the knowledge and principles of Ophthalmology – to know, understand, and protect the eye. Dual Canadian and American board-certified surgeons, Drs. Audrey Chan, Royce Johnson, and Andrew Ting, serve the northern Alberta community through our office in the heart of downtown Edmonton, as well as providing patient care at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.

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Dr. Audrey A. Chan

MD. FRCSC

Board-Certified, American Board of Ophthalmology


Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada


Clinical Professor University of Alberta Department of Ophthalmology

Dr. Chan was born in Halifax and grew up in Toronto before moving to the U.S. to attend university and medical school in Pennsylvania. After her internship at Tufts Medical Center, she completed her residency training in Ophthalmology and fellowship in Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center where she was also a clinical instructor. After living and training in the U.S. for almost a dozen years, Dr. Chan returned to “The Great White North” to serve Northern and Western Canada’s community. Dr. Chan is an active member of the Canadian Society of Oculoplastic Surgeons. As a member of the University of Alberta’s Ophthalmology Department faculty, she teaches residents, medical students, and ophthalmic staff. She provides clinical and surgical care at our downtown office, as well as at the Royal Alexandra Hospital Regional Eye Centre. She has truly enjoyed getting to know Alberta, and in particular Edmonton with its scenic river valley.

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Dr. Royce L.C. Johnson

MD. FRCSC

Diploma American Board of Ophthalmology


Associate Clinical Professor University of Alberta


Born and raised on the Canadian prairie, Dr. Johnson’s post medical school training was in Ophthalmology at U.B.C., Vancouver, British Columbia. Developing an interest in Oculoplastic, Orbital and Lacrimal disease under the tutelage of the excellent surgeons and researchers at U.B.C., Dr. Johnson spent over one year doing Oculoplastic Surgery at the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, England. After six years without western sunshine, Dr. Johnson settled in Edmonton, Alberta in 1984. As the first full time Oculoplastic Surgeon for the three Prairie Provinces, and the two (now 3) Northern Territories. Dr. Johnson developed an extensive referral base, and continues to maintain a subspecialty consultation service throughout this enormous geographic area – of about 1 million square miles. This has allowed the expertise and experience of over 30,000 eyelid operations. Throughout these years, Dr. Johnson has maintained a consistent teaching and training commitment at the University of Alberta. Dr. Johnson uses his expertise in the field of CO2 laser surgery in Oculoplastic Surgery after courses at the Jules Stein Eye Institute in Beverly Hills, California. Dr. Johnson operates every day in either his office – based surgical suite, or at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, and serves as a consultant for eye specialists throughout Western Canada. He has served on many committees and societies in the Ophthalmic Community in Edmonton, at the University of Alberta, with the Ophthalmological Society of Alberta, and is a member of the Canadian Ophthalmology Society and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He is past president of the Canadian Oculoplastic Society.

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Dr. Andrew Ting

MD, FRCSC, Dip. ABO

 

American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Candidate Member
Board-Certified, American Board of Ophthalmology
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada


Dr. Ting was born in Edmonton and completed both his medical school and residency training at the University of Alberta. Subsequently he moved to North Carolina and completed an American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery fellowship at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center where he was also an associate clinical instructor. After living and working in North Carolina for a couple years, while also travelling abroad for overseas mission work in Fiji, Indonesia, and Kenya, he and his wife have settled back in Edmonton to be closer to family. He looks forward to serving in the Edmonton community in which he was raised.