Optometry Clinics


What is an Optometrist?

An Optometrist is a Health Professional specializing in a range of professional eye-care services from visual screening and optometric consultation to advice on the purchase of appropriate lenses, frames and other optical aids. Optometrists are registered with the Health  Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA). 

Optometry Clinics

Doornfontein Campus

Kodak Building

Sherwell Street

Doornfontein

Contact:

 (011) 559- 6074/ 6130/ 6108

Services Available:

Besides general clinics, specialised clinics include Contact lenses, Low vision, Binocular vision, Paediatrics and Ocular Pathology clinics. Pre-arranged visual screening for schools and industry are offered off campus. Clinics are open from Monday to Friday but offer limited services during university holidays. Senior students under supervision generally provide the eye-care service. The option of consultation with a qualified optometry staff member is also available.

 The contact details and operating times for the optometry clinics are as follows:

Contact Lens Clinic
Doornfontein Campus
Fridays


13:00 - 15:00: New Consultations
15:00 - 17:00: Follow-up Consultations

General Clinic
Doornfontein Campus
Mondays / Wednesdays / Thursday

13:00 - 17:00
 

Low Vision Clinic
Doornfontein Campus
Mondays

10:00 - 12:30
Wednesdays

10:00- 12:30

Speciality Clinic
Doornfontein Campus
Paediatric Optometry, Binocular Vision and Contact Lens specialities
Tuesdays

13:00 - 17:00
Fridays (Contact Lenses and Ocular Pathology)

13:00 - 17:00: Ocular Pathology

Various payment options exist and differ between campuses. ‘Budget’ range options of optical devices are offered to bona fide pensioners, students and unemployed persons where payment is generally on a cash basis.

     
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