This weekend Anita is participating as Support Crew for the Vision Scotland team. Our Optometrist colleagues will be walking and running 44 miles of the West Highland Way to raise funds to treat as many patients as possible. Vision Scotland, every day provides cataract diagnosis and treatment to private patients from clinic bases in Edinburgh, Glasgow, […]
We are currently experiencing some difficulties with our email server and not all emails sent to us are being received, nor emails we send are being delivered. If you have sent an email and not received a reply, please contact the Practice on 0131 313 1400 We hope to have a resolution shortly and apologise […]
The practice staff will be taking 2 weeks of leave. The practice will be closed from 4th to 18th July 2022. If you have an urgent eye health concern such as any of the following: painful red eye sudden loss of vision new onset of flashing lights or floaters please phone NHS 24 who will advise you. […]
We continue to adhere to the latest NHS Scotland and professional body guidance for all Optical practices. As a primary care setting, infection prevention control guidance remains. There is no longer a legal requirement for patients/visitors to wear a face covering (unless exempt). Instead, the position as set out on the Scottish Government website is that […]
In the coming months works for the CCWEL will have consequences for traffic, parking and access to the practice. Recent works by Fibre Optics has resulted in an uneven pavement, so please take care when walking along Roseburn Terrace. After these works are complete, CCWEL works will follow resulting in several months of temporary surfaces and […]
The Practice will be closed from Tuesday 21st December 2021 at 5 pm for annual leave. Emergency Cover If you have any of the following: painful, red eye sudden loss of vision new onset flashing lights or floaters PLEASE CALL NHS24 ON 111 during our annual leave period. If you have a routine enquiry, please […]
Help keep us going NHS 24, in partnership with the Scottish Government, introduce their Health Worker Respect Campaign, which has been produced to help reduce levels of violent and abusive behaviour being experienced by health and social care workers in all healthcare sectors following increased demands on NHS services during the Coronavirus pandemic.