We’ve been shortlisted…
This year, Zacks Eye Clinic have been awarded ‘Optometrist of the Year’ in the 2018 UK Enterprise Awards and shortlisted in the 2018 Optician Awards for the practice growth Award.
These awards follow the expansion of our specialist clinics and recognise the significant practice growth through the provision of specialist services such as orthokeratology.
Director, Jonathan Cohen and his team are dedicated to providing a first class service, from eye tests to frame fittings, diagnosis of eye conditions, specialist contact lenses and bespoke individual treatment plans for patients of all ages.
Whatever your requirements, whether you have a complex prescription requiring specialist eye care or just need help selecting a new pair of glasses then contact us here at Zacks Eye Clinic
Zacks London Eye Clinic Wins Independent Optician of the Year
Zacks Eye Clinic is a multi award winning, state of the art, independent opticians located in central London W1. The practice is equipped with the latest, hi-tech imaging equipment and optical laboratory to provide specialist services.
Zacks London Eye Clinic have been awarded the ‘Independent Optician of the Year 2016’ in the 2016 Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards.
Zacks have provided eye-care advice, cosmetic contact lenses and spectacles for numerous productions of stage and screen including Four Weddings and a Funeral, Gandhi, Batman and Prime Suspect.
Jonathan Cohen awarded Optometrist of the Year 2009
Passion for his profession and a real community spirit, despite being in a city centre location, were two of the reasons why Jonathan Cohen, founder of Zacks London Eye Clinics, was named ‘Optometrist of the Year’ at the annual ‘Optician Awards’.
This Award now stands alongside the ‘Software Practice of the Year’ and ‘Dispensing Technology Practice of the Year’ trophies which Zacks Kings Cross Eye Clinic won in 2007.
To win Optometrist of the Year judges were looking to reward an optometrist who uses their optometric skills to enhance the lives of patients and colleagues, with evidence of excellence in a range of areas, including clinical techniques, interaction with other practice staff and management and most importantly, patients.
“The judging panel admired Jonathan’s caring approach to children’s eye care, with initiatives such as a ‘Mother and Toddler Week’ and vision screening in local schools,” explained Chris Bennett, editor and associate publisher of The Optician, which organised the event. “The judges were also impressed by strong testimonials from patients and staff which demonstrated Jonathan had made an effort to further the eye care of his patients and the fact that he enriches patients’ and colleagues’ experience of optometric practice and makes it fun.”