Specsavers Elgin has undergone a six-figure shop refit to modernise the store, improving customer experiences and offering advanced eye health and hearing services.
As part of the £400,000 investment to Specsavers Elgin, the customer journey has been improved. Visitors are now welcomed to a refreshed interior, larger waiting area and a wider selection of frames on display.
As a result of the refurbishment, all test rooms are fully equipped with the latest clinical equipment for eye examinations, one soundproof room for audiology services and there is now two wheelchair accessible consultation rooms.
Around £80,000 alone has been invested in state-of-the-art technology and optical equipment including optical coherence tomography (OCT). This scan can help detect eye conditions such as macular degeneration and glaucoma much earlier, in some cases years in advance, and help prevent sight loss. It only takes a few seconds to complete and allows an optician to look deeper into the eyes than ever before.
Peter Taylor, store director in Specsavers Elgin, said: ‘This investment gives our team the ability to enhance the services to the local community, and the updates ensure we can provide the best possible experience for all our customers
‘The addition of OCT scan allows our professional team to detect and manage conditions, with a level of diagnostic capability which previously would have needed a hospital visit.
‘We look forward to welcoming existing and new customers to our refreshed store.’