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George & Matilda Eyecare signs Eyelines

Tasmania’s largest independent optometry network, Eyelines is the latest group to join the George & Matilda network.

Established in 1993, Eyelines will bring all of its thirteen practices into the network in the coming weeks.

George & Matilda Eyecare CEO, Chris Beer, said the partnership was underpinned by a shared set of values between the two networks.

“Eyelines’ commitment to servicing their local communities with an emphasis on eye care expertise perfectly marries with George & Matilda’s approach. We are excited to work with them to create a world class experience for their 30,000 patients across Tasmania.”

The team at Eyelines were impressed by George & Matilda’s commitment to deliver high quality eye care solutions

CEO of Eyelines, Will Downie, said: “The team at Eyelines were impressed by George & Matilda’s commitment to deliver high quality eye care solutions, tailored to fit the patient’s individual needs. Our focus has always been on how we can deliver the best for our patients and we believe the partnership with George & Matilda will allow us to do just that.”

Optometrist and senior board member of Eyelines Derek Fails said, “As part of the George & Matilda network we will be able to build the future of optometry in Tasmania, providing the very best in technology and training, while always putting the patient’s needs first.”

Eyelines joins a number of other independent optometry groups that have signed on as members of the George & Matilda network, including Peter Hewett Optometry, theeyecarecompany and Hanks Optometrists.

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