From Monday 22nd June Optometry practices across Wales can move to an Amber Phase guidance, meaning we can offer appointments to patients who are having problems with their vision. We are going to prioritise patients who were cancelled at the start of the lock down, and those patients that were due to have an eye examination during this time that are having eye problems. If you are due a routine eye examination and are having no problems, we would kindly ask you to be patient with us while we deal with more immediate eye care needs, but rest assured we will be in contact with you by telephone.
If you have any concerns over your vision or feel your prescription has changed, please telephone the practice on 01938 553180
We look forward to seeing you!
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Eye Health Examination Wales and Low Vision Service Wales. An EHEW examination assesses the
needs of a patient who requires immediate or urgent eye care. Whereas Low Vision Service Wales is a
Welsh Assembly funded scheme to enable Optometrists to determine a person's residual vision,
then improve it with various Optical and non-Optical devices.
Although the Government has awarded the contract for routine visual fields examinations to a well known
multiple group, there have been many instances where licences have been unnecessarily revoked.
We have carried out our own examinations and have reported directly to the DVLA, on behalf of patients.
To date we have been successful in having these decisions changed and licenses been reissued in quite a few cases.