Eye Pavilion needs more patients on 10th June - Cameron Optometry | Cameron Optometry
Eye Pavilion needs more patients on 10th June

Eye Pavilion needs more patients on 10th June

Posted on 31st May 2013

The Eye Pavilion in Edinburgh has asked us to try to provide some patients to sit for the ophthalmology exams run by the Royal College of Surgeons.

Trainee eye doctors must pass a series of exams including one on ‘refraction’ – the art and science of testing someone for glasses.

CamOpt happen to be experts in this of course, so they are asking for our help. You need to have fairly straightforward prescription (nothing too high or weird, they’re only trainees) and be available on Monday 10th June morning and/or afternoon. They will pay your expenses and £30 and you basically sit and have your eyes tested all day – easy money!

If you are available and interested to help, please contact us at the practice and we’ll get things arranged 0131 225 2235


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