Following Government advice, we are now cancelling all routine eye care and have decided to temporarily close our doors to patients. Whilst this is very difficult for all concerned, the safety of our patients and staff is paramount. That said, we are still working remotely and are very much available to all our patients whatever your query.
It is crucial we play our part to avoid putting added pressure on the NHS at this time, so please do make us your first port of call in an emergency. We are available during working hours, as well as out-of-hours, for any patients requiring URGENT eye care. Whilst we are unable to see you in person, we are able to provide an assessment via phone and discuss your issue. We can then advise on your best course of action. Should your issue require further investigation, we are able to advise who to contact.
An "URGENT EYE PROBLEM" includes such issues as, red eye, foreign body, eye trauma, recent loss of vision, recent onset of eye pain or symptoms which suggest a recent retinal tear or detachment such as flashing lights and floaters.
Contact lens orders will still be processed in the usual way. If you anticipate requiring additional contact lenses in the coming months, please get in touch as we are keen to ensure you do not have any break in your supply of lenses.
You are also very welcome to contact us by email at email@example.com or 01938 553180
We will update our website regularly should this current situation change.
We offer a wide range of frames for every budget. Including Walter & Herbert,
Reykjavik, Etnia Barcelona, Oakley, Ted Baker, Flexon, Guess, Elle, Calvin Klein, La Cost, Silhouette,
Ray Ban and many more.
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.