Now two Locations! Lincoln and Rolleston
Lincoln Eye Telephone 325 7267
Address: 32 Gerald Street, Lincoln
Location: beside Police station in the main street ( Gerald St)
Rolleston Eye Telephone 347 1667
Address: 41 Shelley Street, Rolleston
Location: behind Pharmacy in Shelley St medical services hub
The people you meet at Lincoln & Rolleston Eye...
Leesa Stuart is the Registered Optometrist who provides full knowledge of vision assessment. A keen interest in sight development means that children are assessed with tests set to provide the necessary information for children and parents. Also, a specific interest in the requirements of vision for hobbies and other interests. Keen to advise the best choices in spectacle lenses and the latest in contact lenses. Holder of a current Annual Practising Certificate for Optometrists from the Opticans Board. Qualified from Auckland University New Zealand with Bachelor of Optometry 1990 and Certificate in Ocular Pharmacology 1998. Member: New Zealand Association of Optometrists, Cornea & Contact Lens Society of NZ Ltd, Australian Behavioural College Optometrists. Registered with the Government agency Enable for Children (provision of vision examinations and spectacles -restrictions apply - please ask) and with Canterbury Health Board for specialist contact lens fitting.
May is the Practice Manager and coordinates appointments. Plus, she has useful thoughts about frames on faces. Qualifications: National Certificate of Management
Tracie is the Vision Therapist. Completed ACBO modules 1,2 vision development and binocular function and OEP VT3 for Strabismus and Amblyopia 2011. A full vision examination is required before a program can be set for Vision Therapy.
Lynda is the Receptionist and is always happy to help with appointments and enquiries.
We have ample off street parking, as well as street parking.
Ask any person which of their five senses they regard as most precious. Most would reply that their sight ranks highest. But don’t we take our eyes, the most complex part of our sensory system for granted…until something goes wrong. Regular vision examinations are recommended throughout life.