A GREENOCK opticians has unveiled its store expansion following a £200,000 investment which has enhanced audiology and eye health care services.
Specsavers in the Oak Mall expanded into a neighbouring unit, increasing the size of the store as well as creating two additional test rooms.
The store has also become a dedicated hearing hub allowing more customer support five days a week in a new audiology booth.
The hub status also means that audiology experts at the store can provide hearing services for neighbouring Specsavers stores in the area.
The investment in new facilities and technology will further enhance the store’s capabilities with additional services such as micro-suction ear wax removal.
Lesley Brown, store director at Specsavers Greenock, said: “We are very excited to unveil our new-look store and are proud to have watched it grow since taking the reins in 2016.
“Despite a tough year for all businesses, we are committed to delivering excellent ear and eye care service for the Inverclyde area.
“This significant investment means we can continue to offer the best service to our customers while increasing our capacity.
“It also means we are better positioned to work closely with other health providers, which has become increasingly important during the pandemic, to relieve pressure on the NHS.”
Christopher Lyall, audiology director at Specsavers Greenock, said: “I’m thrilled to be playing an important part in such an exciting time for the store and I’m looking forward to expanding our audiology service from our new dedicated hub.”
Specsavers Greenock has remained open during the current lockdown restrictions for all eye and hearing tests and those unable to leave home unaccompanied can request a home visit.