ophthalmic optician

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ophthalmic optician

n
(Medicine) See optician
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ophthalmic optician

nOptiker(in) m(f); (prescribing) → Augenarzt m, → Augenärztin f; (dispensing) → Optiker(in) m(f)
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Mr Elkan was a committee member of the British Optical Association and representative of the Welsh Committee of Ophthalmic Opticians.
Customglaze Optical on 11th Avenue North, was the first optical outlet on the Team Valley to supply ophthalmic opticians and the first to deal direct to the public.
As well as the four Technium companies, Ethos will house a number of other businesses including chartered surveyors Rowland Jones & Partners, ophthalmic opticians Stephen Jones and legal practice Angel Chambers.
For ophthalmic opticians it is pounds 10,727, while female medical practitioners are left pounds 18,268 out of pocket comparedwiththeir male counterparts.
OPTOMETRISTS, also known as ophthalmic opticians, carry out detailed eye examinations for clients to test vision and identify problems, defects, injuries and ill health.
The blushes of the ophthalmic opticians were only saved by the use of well-placed sight charts and optical props.
To meet its ambitious target of being third or fourth in UK optical sales in three years, Asda is looking to recruit 1,200 ophthalmic opticians, dispensing opticians and assistants for 150 vision centres by 2004.
My grandfather, great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather were all ophthalmic opticians.
Robson & Co Ophthalmic Opticians, in Newcastle city centre, who died at the age of 87.
The link between this and the second letter I refer to is that the writer of this letter is, in my view, mistaken that the dispensing opticians were more successful than ophthalmic opticians in negotiating their fees at the outset of the NHS.
Making the journey north to Great Yarmouth for a position with Charles Ledsham and Co Ophthalmic Opticians in 1904, Herbert transferred to the company's Dover branch eight years later (1913).