Peter D’Arcy Optometrist chose to be independent still servicing beyond Narooma to Eden and Merimbula to Bombala..
The value of independence in comprehensive eyecare is becoming more recognised in the face of competing pressures. we have the freedom, time and resources to provide a highly tailored service. we value our patients and their feedback and invite you to see the difference we can make now and for your future.
see us at 91 Carp st Bega, opposite Coles with on site parking and disabled access.
All lenses are not the same,nor eyetests or eyes.
Durability and quality vary widely with price.
We can be your optical troubleshooters if you rue the allure of your price decision.
Optometry is a profession where we can help people and improve their lives. We enjoy interacting with our clients of all ages.
Optometry has evolved in many ways, largely due to technological changes, and we can always interest and surprise people.
Vision and Eye Health awareness is improving via family experiences and those from the Good Vision For Life, Macular Degeneration, Diabetic and Glaucoma Foundations.
Peter D’Arcy Optometrist provides clinics and equipment to the Katungal Aboriginal Corporation Bega and Narooma and is a member of the Bega Chamber of Commerce and always maintains continuing professional development requirements.
We contribute to the Vision Care Program, Optometry Giving Sight, St Vincent de Paul and Caritas among others and support local schools and community in their fund raising.
We assist Optometry Aid globally by donated glasses from Bombala,Bega,Merimbula.Eden,Narooma.
We are not part of a corporate chain or multinational.
We are locally owned and run family optometrist practice supporting the local community,employing local qualified staff.
Glasses, lenses and frames all vary in quality and durability whether they be eg Specsavers or OPSM or your independent optometrist because of material, coating and design differences. We have the latest fashion styles and technology.
They are not all the same. We help tailor solutions for you from the huge array of options.
Lens and frame costs are set by
• Wholesale laboratory costs
• National Wage Review Decisions
• Consumer Price Index
• General Accounting Input
Examination fees are set by the Department of Health and we do not charge more than the schedule fees.
Independent optometrists can choose their own optical laboratories for the best lens and frame for a particular patient.
Cheaper lenses and frames can easily comprimise on quality and durability.