Concept Eye Clinic is an independent company founded in the North East of England. The first flagship clinic opened on Gosforth High Street, Newcastle upon Tyne in 2008. This was soon followed by a coastal practice in Tynemouth. Concept provides a luxury state-of-the-art opticians’ service for private and NHS patients using Zeiss lens technology and latest optical instruments including wide field retinal imagery (250*), OCT and Zeiss iProfiler. Concept eye wear includes collections from Lindberg, Tom Ford, Oliver People, Orgreen, Gotti, RayBan and, avant garde frames such as FEB 31st and Maui Jim sunglasses. Reflecting the needs and lifestyle of contact lens wearers, access to latest lens design, exclusive eye wear and advanced eye examinations are made affordable with Concepts bespoke vision care programmes.
Senior optometrist with Concept, what Jim doesn’t know about optical conditions probably hasn’t yet been discovered. With a special interest in conditions affecting the cornea and anterior eye, Jim brings a wealth of experience managing patients with dry eye conditions. Riveting but true.
With a relaxed passion for patient care, Monsieur Rosello’s style is summed up as being a conductor for the unique’ atmosphere de velours’ for all those who enter the word of Concept. He also has a cult following amongst those-in-the-know, and also it seems that a weekly deliverance of thank-you gifts accompanies that.
The über cool Concept style goddess. Rahil has an innate gift to help gauge your optimum style with reassuring grace, honesty and satirical elegance. “Less is more” with Rahil. Alongside Gabriel, she inspires trust from all who encounter her, simply by being who she is.
Custodian of the concept brand, Shehla maintains the integrity of the company ethos through relationship, trust, creative design and by sourcing the best people she can find for Concept world. She has an inherent passion for quality and individuality. When she’s not doing that, she campaigns for Green issues, enjoys all things vintage and planting seeds.
Concept has a social ethos about community and relationship with our environment. Reducing our plastic footprint is only part of the story. For over a decade, we’ve worked closely with charities, trusts and care providers to address social health inequalities Why? Because healthy eyes make all the difference to a person’s quality of life and dignity and, we believe that access to quality vision care is a human health right. With our Advanced Eye Examination at Concept, our patients can benefit from preventative care before a problem emerges. Our optometrists assess disease and pathology, optimise vision and even save lives. Working with local charities such as ‘Changing Lives’ https://www.changing-lives.org.uk/corporate-support/life-changing-healthcare-from-concept-eye-clinic/ we invest in serving those that need us most. Our ‘Eye for an Eye’ campaign invites you to bring in your old spectacles (not cases) and we will make a vision care donation to help some of the most vulnerable people in our society Did you know? According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), An estimated 253 million people live with vision impairment Africa has 73% more blind and visually impaired people than any other region in the world. Working with local Ministries of Health and Education, Vision Aid Overseas is currently supporting four countries across Africa to establish and deliver their own sustainable eye care services. With an increasing population of older people,...
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Whilst transmission is via viral respiratory particles we know that viral particles can be found in the tears and this can cause viral conjunctivitis. It is probable that the affected individual will experience primary symptoms such as fever and cough.
The latest advice for contact lens wearers is that there is no evidence to date that contact lens wear should be avoided by healthy individuals, or that contact lens wearers are more at risk of contracting coronavirus then those wearing spectacles.
To help maintain healthy contact lens wear, all contact lenses wearers should follow correct lens wear and care instructions, including thoroughly washing and drying your hands before handling, applying and removing your contact lenses. Spectacles should be washed regularly using warm soapy water. In the absence of the diagnosis of COVID-2 and in the absence of symptoms of fever, cough, red eye or discharge and provided that scrupulous hygiene is practised then contact lens wear is permissible. Social distancing ( minimum of 2m) should be exercised. Spectacle wear would be the preferred mode of sight correction or daily wear contact lens wear.
We offer an emergency replenishment service to our own patients . Simply email. We will ask some clinical questions in the absence of conducting a review and accordingly will arrange a delivery.
If you experience any sudden change / loss in your vision, pain, redness, flashes and floaters (black spots) in your vision or any other concerns related to your eyes, Please send us an email to email@example.com. If you do not have access to email, please telephone 0191 2851603. We will respond within 4 working hours with the most appropriate advice.
We offer an emergency reglazing service to our own patients’ frames. Simply email and we will arrange a delivery and reglazing service.
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