Lately it’s not business as usual and many professional services have adapted to these changing times.
In eyecare, Virtual At Home Eye Visits are a great solution for those suffering from eye related issues or unable to visit their opticians due to its closure. This can save a trip to hospital - which is no place any of us want to be right now. Plus you can get relief quicker.
In optometry, we refer to this service as TeleOptometry. TeleOptometry visits allows you to get seen by the optometrist at a time that suits you best in the comfort of your own home. No worry about social distancing.
All you need is a smart phone (or webcam) and a WiFi connection. The optometrist sends you all the instructions before the appointment.
Is a Virtual At Home Eye Health Visit what you need? Email or phone for more information.
With the news of the possible outbreak of the Coronavirus here in the UK, our practice would like to update our patients. There is sense of worry with many regarding this new virus and how it may impact us living here in the Newbury area. At Valarie Jerome Optometrists, we understand your worry,
We are following and recommending the UK government's guidance to prevent the spread, delay and contain the virus.
To best prevent the spread of infection...
We will continue to maintain the highest levels of hygiene in our practice. Those procedures include...
If you have traveled to any countries in the government's Category 1 specified countries and areas in the last 14 days, we ask that you defer any visits to this practice.
To avoid overcrowding, we are asking for patients to phone in to book for any spectacle adjustments, eye exams/contact lens appointments or for collection of their new spectacles. If you have Apple Pay or contactless, we are encouraging our patients to use that when making a payment.
Any questions, please feel free to give us a ring at 01635 528844.
Dr Valarie Jerome
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