Cockburn Gazette - - CAPTURING -

PAS­SION­ATE about pro­vid­ing the best value eye care, Spec­savers Cock­burn Gate­way Suc­cess has for­mally been recog­nised in the com­pany for its com­mit­ment to cus­tomer ser­vice. Op­ti­cal dis­pensers Re­becca Forsyth and Joshua Oronce were awarded the na­tional Cus­tomer First win­ners in recog­ni­tion of their ex­cep­tional cus­tomer ser­vice and will­ing­ness to go the ex­tra mile.

Their prompt re­ac­tions to a par­tic­u­lar sit­u­a­tion re­sulted in an emer­gency re­fer­ral which led to sight-sav­ing surgery.

Spec­savers Gate­ways rec­om­mends chil­dren and adults have eyes tests ev­ery two years to main­tain oc­u­lar health and they can be an in­di­ca­tor of wider sys­temic com­pli­ca­tions like di­a­betes.

Spec­savers Gate­ways li­aise closely with lo­cal GPs and oph­thal­mol­o­gists to pro­vide com­pre­hen­sive man­age­ment of eye and gen­eral health con­di­tions.

All of the store’s eye tests in­clude free reti­nal dig­i­tal pho­tog­ra­phy as stan­dard and pres­sure checks for glau­coma.

Take ad­van­tage of the store’s spe­cial of­fer, two pairs of com­plete de­signer glasses from $199. Call 9499 4699.

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