Educated and skilled in the latest technology

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

At the London Vision Clinic, our ophthalmic technicians take patients through testing across their journey. They play a vital role in the patient process. Before treatment, they test and screen your eyes to provide your optometrist with data. This helps their assessments of your eyes and treatment recommendations. They are very happy to walk you through what each machine measures and answer any questions.

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 on the day of surgery. Of course, they will be happy to answer any clinical queries you may have, before or after treatment.

During treatment, nurses assist surgeons in the operating theatre as they carry out procedures. After treatment, ophthalmic technicians repeat the same tests to inform aftercare recommendations.

Zuzana - Senior Lead Nurse

Zuzana – Senior Lead Nurse

I joined the clinic as a staff nurse in 2005 and have since experienced lots of great changes as well as significant growth of the clinic team. More recently, I was promoted to Senior Lead Nurse and have enjoyed training our newer nurses.

I had my own laser eye surgery in 2006 and ever since I have loved the freedom my improved vision has given me. It was such an interesting experience being on the other side of the surgery, rather than assisting the surgeon! In 2018, I had Laser Blended Vision to treat my need for reading glasses. The clinic 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. In my spare time, I love travelling and reading. I love trialling new recipes and workouts from The Body Coach, and began piano lessons a few years ago!

Farjana - Ophthalmic Technician

Farjana – Ophthalmic Technician

I was raised and schooled in London. I have always worked in the health care sector, having previously held a role in a local pharmacy. I enjoy meeting patients from all walks of life and helping in their journey to see better. In my spare time, you’ll find me spending time with family and friends, travelling the world and also trying different restaurants in the UK and abroad!

Henal – Lead Intraocular Nurse

Henal – Lead Intraocular Nurse

I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2017. I spent over a year working within the NHS in the Vascular department before joining the London Vision Clinic nursing team. I am privileged to be part of such an amazing and hardworking team, and clinic. I really enjoy working in such a friendly and welcoming environment for both staff and patients. Outside of work, I enjoy exploring all that London has to offer, and you can usually find me out socialising with friends and family or exploring new areas.

Holly – Deputy Lead Intraocular Nurse

Holly – Deputy Lead Intraocular Nurse

I was born and schooled in Ireland where I later studied for my General Nursing degree and graduated in 2018. I worked in a Respiratory unit in Ireland before I went over to Amsterdam to live for a year. I later made the move over to the UK in 2021 and started my role at London Vision Clinic. There is so much to get involved in living in London and it is still relatively close to home for me! When I’m not travelling, you’ll find me at the gym or with friends.

Monica - Nurse

Monica – Nurse

I am originally from Portugal and after completing my nursing degree, I came over to the UK for my first nursing job in 2013. More recently, I have lived mainly around picturesque Cambridge. In September 2021, I decided to moved to London which is when I started my journey at London Vision Clinic. In my free time, I enjoy exploring exhibitions around London – there is always so much happening! I also practice yoga whenever I get the opportunity.

Waheebah – Ophthalmic Technician

Waheebah – Ophthalmic Technician

Born and raised in London, when at sixth form, I wasn’t sure what if I wanted to go University or do an apprenticeship. I ended embarking upon an apprenticeship in the eye health sector. I worked for Specsavers for nearly two years and then worked for an independent optician in Covent Garden. Eventually I realised I wanted to be involved in the clinical side as I already had the knowledge and experience in the optical industry. I wake up every morning, and feel very lucky in what I’m doing now. It’s such a positive environment, and I enjoy meeting new patients every day. Outside of work I love to travel and go for picnics. I have huge passion for latest fashion/make-up!

Becky – Lead Ophthalmic Technician

Becky – Lead Ophthalmic Technician

I have worked in the Optical sector for over 7 years, working at a mixture of local opticians and at Moorefield’s Eye hospital as an Optical Assistant. I joined London Vision Clinic in 2019, after moving down to London from Birmingham. Everyone is so helpful and easy to talk to at the clinic, it’s a happy place to work. Everyone loves what they do. It’s a joy to work with such a great team. In my free time, I love being with my friends and family. I try to explore new areas all the time and love coming across unique and interesting places.

Rugile – Nurse

Rugile – Nurse

Originally from Lithuania, I moved to London in 2013. My degree was in Adult Nursing at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. I later qualified as a registered nurse in 2019. I was posted to the day surgery unit but was later redeployed to the critical care unit during the Covid-19 pandemic. In 2021 after choosing to focus on Ophthalmology, I joined the London Vision Clinic. I love my role as a clinic nurse; the entire team are supportive and make working to achieve the best standard of care enjoyable. Out of work, I love spending time with friends and discovering new restaurants.

Maria - Senior Lead Nurse

Maria – Senior Lead Nurse

I graduated as a nurse in Sweden back in 2005. After a few years within the field of surgical nursing, I decided to move to London in 2007. I started working at London Vision Clinic in 2009. It has been a long and rewarding journey, 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. In my spare time I spend as much time as possible with my little family of three. I have over the years really got into running and completed my first half marathon in 2024.

Karis - Ophthalmic Technician

Karis – Ophthalmic Technician

Before joining the team at London Vision Clinic in early 2022, I was an optical consultant and team leader for five years in a local opticians. I am a huge animal lover, and when I’m not at work I spend most of my time with my dogs, rabbits and cats! Before embarking on my career in optics, I studied horse management at Writtle College in Chelmsford for three years and now have a diploma in horse care. I volunteer at rescue centres to look after any animal in need or that needs a little more attention.


Carol – Nurse

I grew up in Hong Kong and I have always enjoyed working in the health care sector. As a holder of a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychology and a Master of Social Sciences, I have a deep interest in health and human relationships. Before moving to the UK, I was a rehabilitation nurse, a nurse educator and an ophthalmic nurse. I am so grateful to work at London Vision Clinic and be able to provide personalized world-class standards of care and refractive surgery. The people here are passionate, professional, supportive and are ready to go the extra mile all the time! Outside of work, my interests include movies, going to the theatre, and visiting galleries and museums. I am also a dedicated yoga practitioner and traveler!


Julia – Ophthalmic Technician

I am originally from Melbourne, Australia, and have been living in the UK since May 2022. I studied Business Administration, earning a Diploma through Swinburne University of Technology, and, prior to joining the dynamic team at London Vision Clinic, my professional journey led me to various hospitals where I worked in administration, specializing in the field of oncology. When I’m not traveling around Europe, I am most likely having a good time with my friends making the most of London’s parks, or cooking up a feast! One of the joys of living in London is that it’s almost impossible to get bored – there are endless opportunities for fun!


Pauline – Nurse

I was born and raised in East London and went through the usual route for school and university. I worked in various different sectors before going travelling for a year. When I got back I decided to re-train to become an adult nurse at a university in London. I graduated into the year 2020, so my first couple of years of nursing were very eventful; I ended up working in different Covid wards as well as becoming a specialised ICU nurse. In 2022 I join the London Vision clinic and completed my in-depth training in ophthalmic nursing. I still enjoy travelling and experiencing new cultures, especially different cuisine!


Charlie – Nurse

Originally from the North West of England, I moved to London in summer 2022 with my twin sister looking to enjoy city life! I graduated from the University of Cumbria in 2018 and previously worked on a high dependency respiratory unit before joining the clinic. Everyone is so friendly at LVC and I’ve found it to be such a refreshing change in my career! In my spare time I enjoy travelling, trying new restaurants, and having family and friends visit to enjoy everything London has to offer!


Charlotte – Ophthalmic Technician

I was born and raised in New Zealand and, after graduating with a degree in Psychology from the University of Otago in 2022, I decided to move to London. I have always wanted to work in the healthcare sector and I feel incredibly lucky to be able to work with the team here at London Vision Clinic. They are very kind, patient and hardworking, and it’s increased my love for working in ophthalmology even more. I enjoy meeting people from all walks of life and participating in their healthcare journey. In my spare time, I like to explore London, go travelling and check out restaurants and gigs with friends.