Courts Optical announces outreach program for the south

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Courts Optical announces outreach program for the south

(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Courts Optical, St Lucia’s leader in the supply of optical services and trendy fashionable eye-wear products has announced that the company will host its highly anticipated Courts Optical Outreach program this coming Thursday and Friday April 5th and 6th 2018 at the company’s Courts Vieux Location.

We have listened to our customers in Vieux fort and environs and we’re happy to bring another outreach to the Courts Vieux fort store on 05th & 06th of April 2018. Apart from adults, we will be catering to students accompanied by their parents who are currently on Easter vacation. On Thursday, we begin clinic from 10:00 am and end at 4:00pm. On Friday we will begin from 8:30 am and end at 4:00 pm. Customers are welcomed to do a walk in visit.

So this coming week be sure to check out the Courts Optical team, comprising a certified Courts Optometrist and Optical Service representatives as we host an Outreach program at the Courts Vieux Fort Branch from10:00am.

Persons in Vieux Fort and Environs can definitely take advantage of the opportunity to receive “Free Eye Screening” by our professional and knowledgeable Optical team. Appointments will also be made for future visits at any of the company’s Optical locations in the north of the island. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to get a free eye screening from Courts Optical

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  1. Is Courts registered to enter the medical field because i would classify the provision of optical services to fall within that bracket? There is a sharp contrast between the field of business and the provision of medical service. Notwithstanding that the medical field can become a business venture (such as private hospitals and commercial supply of drugs and medical testing), however, with the lack of regulation which currently exists, commercial entities can be offering services which are far beyond their capabilities. They may be offering lower cost alternatives but it may very well be at the expense of the health of lower income people. It may be a case where the motivation to sell glasses may be the ultimate objective rather than the provision of an eye care service, and that is why it should be regulated. In any country the medical field should be closely monitored and regulated because of the extensive risks that it poses especially in lower income sectors.

    The questions that will have to be asked is whether businesses

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