Everything in our practice is designed to offer you the best we can in vision care and eye wear. As professional Optometrists we are interested in the science of vision and how we can help patientsobtain the best vision they can through good health and good eye wear. One month after we were married in June 2000, we took over the running of an established opticians and created Lynne Fernandes Optometrists.
Graeme Mountford qualified as an Optometrist in 1976 at the University of New South Wales, Sydney; obtaining a B Optom (Hons). He opened an independent practice in the suburb of Balmain, Sydney in1980 which he owned and ran for over 18 years. In 1998 Graeme moved to the UK with his family, working initially for an independent practice based in Chester. After deciding to settle permanently in the country, Graeme was offered the opportunity to take-over Corsham's only independent opticians in 2000.
We recognise that you have an abundance of choice in today's optical market. For this reason we are keen to explain why we believe our practice is the right choice for you and your family's needs. Wetake pride in our status as an independent practice. This means we are able to offer our patients a caring professional service, matched by our ability to source quality products and services appropriate to your needs. We aim to exceed your expectations.
Being able to see clearly and properly is one of nature's gifts; being able to help you do this in style and comfort is one of ours. Mike Harbord has worked in Winterbourne for 13 years. The practicewas previously Brian Vousden Opticians, with Mike taking over when Brian retired. The practice uses modern, high tech equipment to assess the health of the eye including digital imaging and visual field testing.
Across all age groups, we aim to provide high quality eyecare and excellent service to all our patients. We are always pleased to welcome new patients and are proud of the fact that our practice hasgrown over the years mainly by recommendation. We are located in the centre of Downend, with free parking available nearby and a bus stop directly outside the practice.
Norville is a leading independent optician with ten practices in and around Gloucestershire. Norville Opticians was founded 100 years ago and is still family owned today. We provide a full range ofeye care services including eye examinations, a comprehensive selection of frames and lenses, contact lenses, sunglasses and much more.
Mike Cees Optician is an eye care practice located in Bristol, England. With 2 locations in Redfield and Kingswood, Mike Cees Opticians is fast becoming a preferred provider of eye care services inthe area. Our services include comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens exam, primary eye care services, retinal imaging, glaucoma testing, macular degeneration screening and spectacle dispensing to mention a few. If you are looking for an eye care provider you can trust, look no further.
Bailey Opticians is an independent, family owned practice, managed by Richard Bailey. Established in 1971, we provide a high-quality, personal and complete eye care service for the whole family, witha huge range of Frames and Contact Lenses. If you are looking for professional advice from very experienced optometrists on the health of your eyes and/or help with what frames suit you and your budget please come and see us. We will look after you.
Our practices are equipped with some of the latest state-of-the-art technology including fundus cameras and Gdx scanners to detect visual abnormalities. We provide information and advice on lifestylechoices, diet, ophthalmic and contact lenses to provide comfortable accurate vision and to help maintain healthy eyes. We recommend appointments for both frame selection and final fitting to ensure both a stylish cosmetic result and an accurate and comfortable fit.
I qualified as an Optometrist, also known as an Ophthalmic Optician, in Queensland Australia in 1979. After graduation I worked in Queensland and the Northern Territory for five years providing aflying Optometric service to remote communities in the outback. This unique role gave me access to more primary eye care and unusual medical conditions than the usual graduate optometrist.