Vision Care offers a thorough eye examination that is not only geared to determine the best possible comfort and vision but also screens for significant systemic and ocular diseases such as glaucoma, high blood pressure, diabetes, retinal degeneration, cataracts and numerous other treatable or preventable conditions. They provide glasses, contact lenses, vision therapy and prescription sunglasses.
Vision Care Opticians eye patient services
Vision Care Membership Card Scheme
Vision Care Centre has introduced this initiative for corporate clients. The advantages of this membership card are as follows:
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Vision Care Opticians conducts a number of eye camps and monthly eye clinics. The clinic manages to conduct 10 to 30 surgeries per day in its out-patient department. From experience, the number of patients requiring medical attention is 20%, those requiring cataract surgery is 40%, whereas those requiring corrective eyeglasses are about 60%.
Vision Care Appasamy Eye Hospital services
Vision Care Opticians is a leading optical lab committed to supporting your eye care practice in ways that exceed your expectations for service performance and quality. With an in house coating and surfacing center, this company offers quick services and ensure premium quality on the best selling lens treatments.
The Vision Care Lab, the first of its kind in the country, manufacturing ophthalmic lenses and supplying these products to other optical centres in Zambia. The lab makes deliberate efforts to keep down the cost of its spectacles. It also undertakes free eye screening and on site production of lenses for eye glasses.
Vision Care Opticians provides prescription lenses with hard coating to ensure the quality of every lens is exceptional. The lab uses accurate prescription from your eye exam, including the measurements that account for your face shape as well as the type of lens you need. The lab works with the Appasamy Eye Hospital. It refers all cases needing specialist attention to the hospital, such as cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and general ophthalmic cases.
Despite the availability of this technology and facility in Zambia, eyeglasses often are either inaccessible or unaffordable for the poor in rural and peri-urban areas.
The Vision Care Lab has partnered with organisations such as churches, schools, corporate companies and doctors to undertake free eye screening outreach programmes. Vision Care has a very modern, state of the art optical laboratory. The lab's sophisticated and high precision equipment includes:
The lab technicians at Vision Care glaze the lenses using a modern automatic lens edging machine. Lenses can also be tinted to the client's choice of colour.
Plastic lenses are polished with the latest bluffing machine after glazing to prevent sharp edged lenses from piercing the client's skin. Spectacles can be made within 20–30 minutes depending on the type of prescription and the lens.