Experience an expert eye examination that is individually tailored to your needs

You rely on your eyesight for almost everything you do in life – imagine how you’d be affected if it was compromised.

It is recommended that you have your eyes tested at least once every two years, even if you feel that everything is fine. In some cases, we ask people to return more frequently, depending on their medical history and age. This is because very often if you do have something wrong, you won’t notice any symptoms until damage has already been caused.

Routine is key! Stay Vigilant!

When you arrive for your appointment, one of our friendly team will welcome you to the practice and ensure that you are comfortable. You will be asked a short series of questions relating to your current eye health, your general health, and your lifestyle. These questions are nothing to worry about; they simply help us to decide what tests need to be carried out during your appointment.

Who qualifies for a NHS eye test?

You can qualify for a fully funded NHS eye test under the following criteria, regular checks are essential and under the plan you can receive financial support every time you are due for an eye examination.

  Criteria

FREE NHS Eye Test

Aged Under 16
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16,17 and 18 in full time education

 

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Aged 60 or Over

 

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Diagnosed with Diabetes or Glaucoma

 

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Over 60 with family history of Glaucoma – parent, sister, brother, son or daughter

 

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Claiming a benefit – Job Seekers allowance, Income Support, Tax Credit exemption, Pension Credit guarantee

 

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Registered blind or partially sighted

 

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Eligible under the HC2 or HC3 Certificate

 

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Prisoner on leave from prison

 

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Have been prescribed complex lenses under the NHS Optical Voucher Scheme

 

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Why choose us?

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For more information or to book your next eye examination please call your local practice on 0800 020 9202.