Our Mission is to give you, your family and friends a professional friendly and personal service. We pride ourselves on the personal service we give and the comprehensive 30 minute Eye Examinationavailable to all of our patients, the testimony to this is that we have over 32,000 registered patients between the practices, the majority of whom have been with us, after being recommended by family, friends & work colleagues.
Flint and Partners was founded by Gordon Flint in 1935 and has since been passed as a partnership through his son Chris to the current four partners who practice at our three premises. Keren Garchajoined the practice in January 2014. She is a qualified Optometrist and specialises in: OCT, colorimetry, dyslexia, diabetic screening and cataract referrals.
Lichfield Street Opticians in Wolverhampton offers the highest quality of eye care, free NHS sight tests, spectacles and contact lenses on the market today. Having taken on the mantle and traditionsof one of the oldest opticians in the city - this practice was originally founded in 1863 - we have provided superior service to our patients and have ensured that their eye wear is comfortable and individual to them instead of becoming a necessary burden.
Although we are an independent private opticians we pride ourselves in giving the best possible service with great value for money. From a free preliminary consultation to expert advice we offer avalue for money service that we are proud of. Ophthalmic services is our profession and we know that our Optician practice can do an excellent job for you.
Moores Opticians in Walsall was established in the 1940s. Owner David Stevens has been with the practice for 28 years and has a well-established reputation with his customers. David and his staffpride themselves on a caring approach, with a strong focus on understanding and responding to individual concerns and needs. Moores Opticians is also part of the diabetic screening programme for the Walsall area.
After studying Ophthalmic Optics at Cardiff University for 3 years, followed by a year training in London, Tony joined the family business in 1977. His father suffered with Multiple Sclerosis andcontinued working for as long as he could till he had to retire in 1988. Since then he has continued the tradition of creating a professional yet personal and friendly service. He has a keen interest in Low Vision.
Wyn Williams graduated in Optometry in Cardiff in 1979. Following which he worked in Devon and Shropshire and started in Wolverhampton city centre in 1981. In 1994 he started a new practice inBradmore, the practice has grown over the years and has now become well established with a large patient base. Over recent years the role of the Optometrist has increased into the medical field and now most practices bear little resemblance to those 30 years ago.
Thank you to Steve and the team at Bainbridge Opticians for the exceptional care you have given to me over the past couple of years. The time spent understanding my needs and the solutions offered,have showed a real understanding of my lifestyle and the necessities of my sporting ambitions. I came to Bainbridge Opticians after years of using a major high street chain and had not realised what a compromise I was accepting.
See what you have been missing. Your vision is the sensation caused in the brain when light reaches your eyes. Pictures, colours and text are in point of fact, all reflected light. We were veryprivileged to be invited to the Zeiss: Year of Innovation Event held at the Park Plaza Hotel, Westminster Bridge, London. Zeiss are at the forefront of offering excellent quality in all the optical products and diagnostic equipment they manufacture, that is why Zeiss are the main lens.
Trusting the optician you choose to care for the health of your residents' eyes is extremely important. I would like to tell you a little bit about myself and why I am so keen to help you better thefantastic service you already provide. 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.