Keeping You Safe
We're Still Here For You
Because some eye problems can't wait!
As an essential healthcare provider our practice will remain open. We will be prioritising urgent and essential care so please do not be alarmed if our team ask you a number of questions in order to triage your concerns. Your eyecare is important and you should NOT put off contacting us if you need us for anything.
Our team remains in the practice with all the safety procedures that we put in place to keep everyone as safe as possible, this includes extended examination times and an appointment only policy.
We would like to take this opportunity to assure you we are doing everything we can to keep you and our team safe, whilst continuing to provide the very best eyecare and eyewear services. Please see below for details on our new way of working.
Where possible you should contact us by telephone, email or message before attending the practice. We continue to work on appointment only basis and those with a pre-booked appointment will be prioritised.
Please do not be offended if we ask you questions relating to the COVID19 symptoms, we will be taking the temperature of anybody attending for an eye examination. As our work is very hands on, we have to ensure we are doing our best to keep the practice virus free. We will also be monitoring the health of our team daily.
If you develop symptoms please do not attend your appointment, however you should call to rearrange so that we can offer this limited space to a waiting customer.
You should expect to see the team in PPE, the amount of PPE worn will depend on the team members job role. Optometrists will be in full PPE.
Please ensure you attend your appointment with a mask or alternative face covering, if you do not have one available, let our team know and we kindly give you one free of charge.
Card payment is becoming a way of life in modern days, we ask that all payments are made by card. Cash will only be excepted in extreme cases.
We look forward to 'seeing' you. Team Clark Eyecare x
When arriving at the practice we ask that you arrive promptly, if a team member isn't waiting to greet you please call the bell. This will be sterilised regularly.
Our appointments, including dispensing appointments will be for a designated time slot and we ask customers to be mindful of this when in the practice.
Please arrive alone to your appointment, unless a chaperon is required such as a parent for children or a carer for disabled/elderly.
If you are unable to attend your appointment, please allow us 24 hours notice. This means we can offer the appointment time to a customer who is in need and may also require essential eyecare.
We have a hand sanitising station available as you walk in or if you prefer to wash your hands please make us aware and we will direct you to the nearest hand wash facilities.
All areas which require close contact, for example door handles, instruments used during an eye examination, and display frames, will be sanitised on a customer by customer basis with the rest of the practice being cleaned periodically throughout the day.
We have invested in some new digital equipment to enable us to maintain social distancing as much as possible, but we wont let the distance effect our attention to detail, our friendly mannerisms or our exceptional high level of customer service. However coffee lovers, should be aware that we are unable to offer you a beverage at this time :-(
Our priority will always be to protect our customers and our team, whilst continuing to provide services and products your eyes deserve. Once again, thank you for your patience