News archive for 2023
CHEC’s new centrally located centre set to reduce NHS waiting times and increase patient choice.
CHEC marks one year milestone with community celebration.
The sight-saving work of an independent eye clinic has been praised for the high quality of service it provides for patients.
The new President of the BCLA has used his inaugural address to urge the sector to have “meaningful” conversations after eye exams and deliver “better vision outcomes” for patients.
Care and Quality Commission awards CHEC coveted quality rating.
Westminster Eye Health Day is the flagship parliamentary event of The Eyes have It, a partnership of Roche, Macular Society, Fight for Sight, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists, Association of Optometrists and RNIB and has returned for its third year, sponsored by Marsha de Cordova MP.
The GOC has confirmed changes to the CPD scheme which enables contact lens opticians and optometrists with prescribing rights the opportunity to gain self-directed specialty points.
Eye hospital group Optegra has further increased its support of the NHS with a new training scheme for NHS junior doctors.
BELKIN Vision, an innovator in ophthalmic medical solutions, is pleased to announce that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted 510(k) clearance for its glaucoma laser, the Eagle device.
An NHS pledge to roll out a new online GP registration service to 2000 GP practices by the end of the year has been achieved ahead of schedule.
The Eyes Have It launches new report calling for a National Eye Care Plan for England to address surging patient demand
The Eyes Have It is a partnership of Macular Society, Fight for Sight / Vision Foundation, Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), Association of Optometrists, The Royal College of Ophthalmologists and Roche Products Ltd.
Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Rob Behrens comments on the Department of Health and Social Care's announcement about a review into duty of candour.