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Chinese Optometrist, Roger Lee, joins Paterson Burn Optometrists
Chinese Optometrist, Roger Lee, joins Paterson Burn Optometrists
6 June 2017
Paterson Burn Optometrists are thrilled to welcome multi-lingual optometrist Roger Lee to the business. Roger Lee was born in Taiwan and at the age...
Free Eye Screenings in Canterbury with Essilor Vision Foundation
Free Eye Screenings in Canterbury with Essilor Vision Foundation
12 May 2017
Volunteer optometrists from around New Zealand, including Paterson Burn Optometrists, have been offering their time to screen school children for...
Hamilton Students Win Top Prizes for 2017 Excellence in Art Competition
Hamilton Students Win Top Prizes for 2017 Excellence in Art Competition
5 May 2017
Hamilton school students scoop top prizes at the 2017 Paterson Burn Optometrists' 2017 Excellence in Art Competition. The award ceremony which...
Excellence in Art Competition Exhibition and Online Bidding Now Open
Excellence in Art Competition Exhibition and Online Bidding Now Open
18 April 2017
Paterson Burn Optometrists' 2017 Excellence in Art Competition is now open at Creative Waikato and the public can bid on the artworks and vote...
Tokoroa Diabetic Retinopathy Screenings
4 April 2017
Paterson Burn Optometrists and Waikato District Health Board have begun a one year trial initiative in Tokoroa to provide screening for...
Judges Announced for 2017 Excellence in Art Competition
15 February 2017
Three highly-respected Waikato art personalities will be joining this year’s judging panel for the annual Paterson Burn Excellence in Art...
Expanding into Auckland with Ninth Practice Acquisition
1 February 2017
As of 1 February 2017 the Paterson Burn Optometrists group expanded with the acquisition of its ninth practice, making it one of the country’s...
Free glasses and vision screening for low-decile students
Free glasses and vision screening for low-decile students
28 November 2016
Essilor Vision Foundation, a global not-for-profit organisation, approached 2016 with a goal of screening 3000 students from low-decile schools...