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.”

Hannah – Nurse

Hannah – NurseSince graduating from Nottingham in 2013, Hannah has primarily worked in A+E. She joined the clinic in December 2018 and has not looked back since! In her spare time, she loves going to the gym, cooking and listening to music.

“I really enjoy working at London Vision Clinic as everyone here is so professional and dedicated. It is a really special place to work.”

Pooja – Nurse


Pooja graduated from City University in 2014. She then worked as a district nurse for the NHS until she joined our team in 2015. Pooja is passionate about nursing and loves that she has an impact in changing people’s lives. She is a very outgoing and friendly individual, who loves socialising with friends and family. She keeps active by going to the gym every day and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In her spare time she also enjoys travelling and photography.

“I feel privileged to work at London vision clinic; both the patients and the staff are a pleasure to be around. Our happy and friendly patients are a reflection of our excellent customer service provided here at London Vision Clinic. I am very thankful to be part of such a wonderful team!”

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.”

Abigail – Clinic Technician

Abigail – Clinic Technician

Abigail graduated from the University of York with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences. Having spent time working in a pharmaceutical lab, she decided she wanted a patient-facing role and so joined the LoVC team as an Ophthalmic Technician in 2018. Outside of work Abigail enjoys finding great food in London, practicing yoga and reading.

“The LoVC team could not have been more welcoming and supportive when I joined the clinic. I love meeting new patients and being part of this life-changing process for them. It is truly a pleasure to work here!”

Megan – Clinic Technician

MeganOriginally from New Zealand, Megan graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Anatomy in 2013. She worked as an Ophthalmic Technician in a Glaucoma Clinic for five years, before moving to London in June 2018 and joining the LoVC team. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring London, travelling, going to the theatre and playing Netball.

“It is a privilege to work with the team at LoVC. Everyone is professional, knowledgeable and extremely supportive and friendly. Working here has made the move to London a breeze.”

Ellie – Clinic Technician

Ellie – Clinic TechnicianEllie graduated from University of Kent in 2018 with a BSc in Biology. Having worked previously part-time in an independent optician, Ellie decided she wanted to combine her bioscience knowledge and clinical experience, and joined our team as an Ophthalmic Technician in 2019. Outside of work, Ellie enjoys socialising, finding great food to eat in London and going to the gym.

“It is amazing to be part of such a friendly and supportive team at LVC. I love meeting new patients and being part of their life-changing journey. It is a joy to work in such a welcoming, hard working, and prestigious clinic.”

Anna – Nurse

Anna – NurseAnna graduated from the University of Bradford in 2014 and has primarily worked in surgical nursing. She specialised in ophthalmic and cataract surgery almost 4 years ago after finding it such a fascinating and rewarding specialty. Anna moved to London in 2018 and in her free time she enjoys exploring the city, visiting museums, baking and finding fun things to do with my friends.

“LVC is such a great place to work, everyone is so welcoming and approachable. All the staff are passionate about their jobs and are committed to providing the best quality care possible. It’s still a bit of a shock to have found a job where I want to come to work every day!”