Your residents need to be cared for by someone special
It was obvious to me relatively early on in my career that being part of a multiple organisation was not for me; I strongly believe that eye care is not a business opportunity. I chose to focus my hospital training and three degrees on offering a highly dependable service to those who can’t make it to an optician unaided.
By running On Call Opticians I am able to combine my passion for optometry with my friendly and caring nature. This allows me to provide my local community with indisputable eye care that requires very little effort from the person receiving it.
Being in control of my own diary allows me to spend as much time as I need to tailor each eye examination to the person receiving it. I can then ensure that no aspect of eye health is missed, before having a cup of tea and a biscuit with individuals who might not always have the pleasure of company.
It is very important to both you and your resident that the service I provide is delivered with a smile in a friendly and welcoming manner. I can guarantee that the care your service user receives will be of the highest standard leaving you confident that their eyes are in the best possible health, and being cared for by the best possible optician.
Finally, you may be interested to know that I am an active member of The College of Optometrists. I am registered with The General Optical Council, recognised as a Glaucoma Monitoring Optometrist, have Diabetic Screening experience from working in a hospital, can conduct Macular Degeneration research and Low Vision Assessments, and fully trained in Laser Refraction.