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ABDO reflections post election

Primary eye care reaches out to new government on eye care

ABDO submits its view post election agreed with other parties.

Read the original reaction posted online on Opchat News along with other separate bodies views here

ABDO, AOP and FODO have reached out to the new government to follow up pre-election and manifesto commitments to work with primary eye care to tackle long hospital ophthalmology waiting times and prevent avoidable sight loss.

Primary eye care representative bodies said: “It is time to end avoidable sight loss due to delays in care. We will work with new ministers and NHS leadership to deliver commitments made on the campaign trail and in the manifesto.

“We know what works. We have the clinical pathways, we have the clinical teams and we have the capacity to help make a massive difference quickly and cost-effectively. We are ready to make the long overdue shift from an NHS model overly reliant on secondary care to a more preventive primary eye care service, which delivers more care closer to home.

“It is time for the NHS in England to transform eye care services.  We have let ministers and civil servants know that we are ready to start work to deliver better care for the millions of patients we serve.”

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