Nurses at the London Vision Clinic

Nurses at the London Vision Clinic combine art with science. The art is developed through experience with patients. The science comes from the knowledge gained through education and ongoing professional development.

At the London Vision Clinic, nurses play a vital role in every step of the patient process. Before treatment, they conduct tests and imaging on your eyes to provide the data optometrists need to carry out their assessments and provide you with treatment recommendations.

Should you be suitable for treatment, our nurses will sit down with you and provide you with instructions on how to administer your eye drops and post-treatment medications. Of course, they will be happy to answer any clinical questions you may have, before or after treatment.

During treatment, nurses assist surgeons in the operating theatre as they carry out procedures.

After treatment, nurses will repeat visual tests conducted prior to treatment, in order to provide optometrists with the necessary data that informs their aftercare recommendations.

The following are a few of the nurses that have chosen to practice at the London Vision Clinic.

Maria – Lead Nurse


Maria, our Lead nurse, graduated as a nurse in Sweden in 2005. After a few years within different fields of nursing, she decided to move to London in 2007 and shortly after that started working at London Vision Clinic. In her spare time, she likes exploring London by foot, cooking and eating out, going to shows and exhibitions and keeping fit.

“Working at London Vision Clinic is amazing, not only because of all the happy patients we have but also because it’s incredible to work with such a dedicated and hard-working team”

Zuzana – Senior Nurse


Zuzana joined the clinic as a staff nurse in 2005 and experienced lots of great changes as well as significant growth of the clinic team. Since then, she has been promoted to a Senior Nurse and trained a number of new nurses. Zuzana herself had laser eye surgery at London Vision Clinic and ever since she has loved the freedom her new vision has given her. She loves travelling, reading, The Body Coach (recipes and workouts!) and has also recently taken up piano lessons.

“LoVC is a very special place for its patients as well as its employees. Both receive the best in every possible way. I am very happy and proud to have experienced both.”

Ciara – Nurse

CiaraCiara graduated from General Nursing at Cork in 2014 and moved straight to London where she then worked in Trauma, Vascular and Orthopaedics in the NHS for over a year. She also spent some time working in a private cosmetic surgery clinic before joining LoVC team. Outside of work, she love to cook, bake and explore London.

“I enjoy being a part of such a hardworking and experienced team, the attention to detail is second to none. Being a part of the patient’s journey before, during and after surgery at LoVC is incredible.”

Henal – Nurse

HenalHenal graduated from University of Nottingham in 2017. She worked in the NHS in the Vascular department for over a year before joining the LoVC nursing team.

Outside of work, she enjoys travelling, exploring London, socialising with friends and family and going to the gym.

“I am privileged to be part of such an amazing and hardworking team. I enjoy working in such a friendly and welcoming environment for both staff and patients.”

Rugile – Nurse

Originally from Lithuania, Rugile moved to London in 2013. Her studies focussed on adult nursing at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. She later qualified as a registered nurse in 2019. Shortly after this, she was posted to the day surgery unit but was later redeployed to the critical care unit during the Covid-19 pandemic. Rugile joined the clinic in 2021 after choosing to focus on Ophthalmology.

“I love my new role as a clinic nurse in LoVC; everyone has been really nice and supportive since I joined. I am looking forward to learning more about the world of ophthalmology.”.

When she’s not at work, she loves exploring and travelling, spending time with friends and discovering new restaurants.

Brinda – Ophthalmic Technician

Brinda grew up in New Zealand and has a background in Optometry and Biomedical Science. She worked in the optical sector for two years before joining the clinic. Having only moved to the UK in 2020, she hasn’t explored much of Europe yet although she has been to visit Scotland! Some of her favourite travel memories include watching the sunrise while having breakfast at Angor Wat and spending New Year’s Eve at Mount Koya in Japan! Outside of work, she loves reading, especially fantasy genres and proudly owns all of the Harry Potter books!

Claire – Nurse


Claire moved to the UK, after graduating from General Nursing in Ireland. Initially, she worked in Trauma Orthopaedics before moving to London to further her nursing career.

In her spare time, Claire likes to travel, socialise and bake.

“It great to be part of the team here at LoVC. The atmosphere in the clinic is very friendly and welcoming. It’s a privilege to work in such a prestigious clinic.”

Becky – Lead Clinic Technician

BeckyBecky has worked in the Optical sector for +5 years, working in local opticians and also in Moorefield’s Eye hospital as an Optical Assistant before joining London Vision Clinic. Becky moved to London From Birmingham in 2006. In her free time, she enjoys travelling and seeing new and interesting places when she isn’t exploring she enjoys spending her time with her family and friends.

“I was very nervous when I started at LoVC but when I got to meet all the team I knew there was nothing to worry about, everyone is so helpful and easy to talk to that I settled in really easily. Everyone is so happy and are here because they love what they do. It’s a joy to work with such a great team that I come to work every day happy and I enjoy my role.”

Florence – Ophthalmic Technician

Florence - Ophthalmic TechnicianFlorence moved to London from Ireland in 2004 and has worked in the healthcare sector for +6 years. She has previously worked in areas of Vascular Surgery and Oncology within the NHS as a Nursing Assistant before joining London Vision Clinic. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, going to gigs with her friends and spending time with her family.

“It is great to be part of the LoVC team, everyone is supportive and it is a breath of fresh air to work with such a positive team. I love coming to work every day and seeing the difference we can make in our patient’s lives. I am constantly learning on the job which makes my working life here at the clinic, exciting and new every day”

Aurelia – Clinic Technician

Aurelia – Clinic TechnicianBefore moving to London in 2014, Aurelia graduated from the University of Transylvania in Brasov, with degrees in Sports teaching and Management of Sports. She always has a smile on her face and loves being surrounded by people. In her spare time, you can find her at the gym, or visiting family.

“Working at LoVC and being part of a team that changes people lives, makes me feel like anything is possible. Each day, I leave knowing that I have made a difference to our patient’s lives, and I smile knowing that tomorrow is another day for us to help people getting their vision back”

Emily – Ophthalmic Technician

Emily moved to London from York back in 2014 to train at the renowned Millennium Performing Arts Theatre school. After graduating in 2017, she held various roles between the performing arts sector and customer service roles. She joined the clinic in early 2021 after deciding she wanted a new adventure and challenge. In her spare time, she still likes to perform as a singer as part of a post-modern jukebox vocal trio, and is a huge musical theatre lover!

“I’ve always dreamed of going into the health sector, as helping people is a real passion of mine. I was drawn to the clinic for its outstanding research, technology and patient care. I love the patient-facing aspect of my role, surrounded daily by incredible people – both the patients we treat and the fantastic team here at London Vision Clinic. I’m delighted to be part of such a hardworking and supportive team, improving not only patients vision but their quality of life.”