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Update for our patients
NHS Patients, staff and visitors must continue to wear face coverings in healthcare settings
England’s Chief Nurse has today reminded the public that everyone accessing or visiting healthcare settings must continue to wear a face covering and follow social distancing rules.
Covid restrictions will end in many settings in England from Monday.
However, Public Health England’s infection prevention control guidelines and hospital visiting guidance are set to remain in place for all staff and visitors.
That means NHS visitor guidance will stay in place across all health services including hospitals, GP practices, dental practices, optometrists and pharmacies to ensure patients and staff are protected.
Staff, patients and visitors will also be expected to continue to follow social distancing rules when visiting any care setting as well as using face coverings, mask and other personal protection equipment.
The NHS will continue to support staff in ensuring that the guidance is followed in all healthcare settings.
Chief Nursing Officer for England, Ruth May said: “Face coverings and social distancing measures will remain in place across healthcare settings so that the most vulnerable people can continue to safely attend hospital, their GP surgery, pharmacy,or any other healthcare settings for advice, care and treatment.
“And it is important for the public to continue to play their part when visiting NHS and care settings to help protect our staff and patients, particularly those who may be more vulnerable to infections.
“As restrictions are lifted in many places on Monday everyone has a part to play in helping to control Covid by getting vaccinated and acting responsibly.
“It is vital that in healthcare settings, we do all we can to reduce the risk of infection for those working in our services and those who need our care.”
Your co-operation is much appreciated
*If you are attending the practice for an eye examination or the dispensing of spectacles, we will now require you to wear a face mask. Please supply your own, if not these can be purchased in the practice for a small fee.
All patients will be issued with fresh gloves. All visits to the practice are now via appointments only, patients will need to complete a triage form prior to appointment.
Now in stock.
New Anti-Fog lens Cloth. Prevents lens from fogging up.
Multi use dry Anti-Fog Cloth. Reusable up to 400-600 times!
Great to use whilst wearing a mask or shield.
****If you would like one posted to you please give us a call and we can happily arrange.
Cost including postage £5.75****
*for use please follow instructions on packet
As a Husband and Wife duo, we are an independent Opticians based in Leamore, Walsall serving the local community and beyond.
We pride ourselves on putting our patients first, being attentive to their needs and providing high quality spectacles and contact lenses.
✔️ We offer a bespoke experience
Unlike some high-street chains, we focus upon offering you the best prices, without compromising on your experience.
✔️ Comprehensive NHS eye examinations are available
✔️ We stock a wide range of glasses in varying brands
We place our customers at the centre of all we do, to ensure that you have the best experience possible.
Get your children's eyes tested on a regular basis.
We offer appointments throughout the day for children of all ages. We believe that this is such an important part of a child's health and well-being; come and see the difference we can make.
Whether it's your first time, or you haven't been in for a checkup for a while, we will provide you with a thorough eye examination in a relaxed environment.
This video is part of the Association of Optometrists recent campaign, highlighting the importance of having your eyes examined regularly.
An eye test is a vital health check for your eyes. Every adult needs an eye test every two years, and some people may be advised to have a test more often.
During the eye test Ian checks if you need glasses, but he does much more than that too. When you have your eyes examined, Ian checks for eye diseases like glaucoma that you might not be aware that you are developing. He can also see signs of conditions like high blood pressure and diabetes when he checks the eye.
Many of these conditions are treatable, but it is best to get them detected before they start causing problems. An eye test can save your sight, and help you stay healthy too!