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The University of Portsmouth Eye Clinic offers full optician services including check-up and prescription services, glasses and contact lenses plus excellent aftercare service.
If you wear glasses, or simply need your eyes tested, we can meet all your eye health needs – from a total check-up and prescription services, to glasses and contact lenses that combine good looks and comfort, plus excellent aftercare service.
The Eye Clinic is staffed by fully qualified, highly experienced optometrists and dispensing opticians. You’ll receive care and attention that’s second-to-none. You can rest assured that we’re using the best equipment to do a great job.
We run specialist clinics in binocular vision, visual stress and for those with additional needs through our partnership with Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association.
We occasionally deliver teaching and training to students, which means a student may be present for your appointment. Students training at the Eye Clinic will always be supervised by our qualified staff.
What we offer
Services available to you include:
- eye tests
- contact lens assessments (including soft, hard and specialist lenses)
- binocular vision
- colour vision tests
- visual stress tests
- a low vision assessment
- specialist appointments for children and adults with additional needs
- Optical Coherence Technology (OCT) scans and Optomap imaging
The student’s attention to detail and professionalism was superb. Portsmouth is very fortunate to have this facility for its residents and I’m most grateful.
Contact us or book an appointment
If you have any questions or concerns about your eye care, or would like to book an appointment, you can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on +44 (0)23 9284 6888. You can also book an appointment online.
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University of Portsmouth Eye Clinic
Our facilities are fully accessible from the street, at the front of the Student Union building.
Cycle parking is available outside the Student Union building on Cambridge Road (30 seconds from the Eye Clinic). The nearest bus stop is also on Cambridge Road, or its a ten minute walk from Portsmouth and Southsea Station to the Eye Clinic.
On-street paid parking is available in the adjoining roads. Blue Badge holders can park in these spaces for free when the badge is displayed. The closest parking space to the clinic is outside the Co-op on Cambridge Road (30 seconds to the Eye Clinic door). Three hour free parking is available on the streets in the area around St Pauls Road (five minute walk from the clinic).