Caring for all your family's vision needs, since 1996

Welcome to Alex Gage Family Optometrist

Practices in Woodseats & Crosspool

Alex and Sarah Gage in the refurbished practice (photograph)
Alex and Sarah Gage.

We are open again!

From 1st July, we will be operating slightly reduced opening hours from 9.30 -5.30 Monday to Friday and 9.30-1.00 Saturday.

We still have some staff who need to keep safe at home so we will be closed at Crosspool on Mondays and Fridays and Woodseats will be closed on Tuesdays for July and look forward to full service from August.
We can book appoinments for both practices at both practices.
We have made lots of changes to safeguard the health and safety of our team, so please take a look at this short video before your appointment.
We look forward to seeing you.

Contact Lens wearers

We are still offering tele contact lens checks using our new AOS Companion App from Advanced Ophthalmic Systems Ltd (AOS)

Download Anterior Companion app to your Apple or Android phone via App Store or Google Play. 

We can arrange home delivery of lenses and solutions for our contact lens wearers. Help on how to take good photos of your eyes is on our resource page.

Call us on 0114 274 8582 for Woodseats and 0114 266 7066 for Crosspool.

When one branch is closed the other branch can book appointments for the other in July. We will be closed at Crosspool on Mondays and Fridays and Woodseats will be closed on Tuesdays.

You can message me on WhatsApp me on 01142748582

Located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Alex Gage is a two practice family optometric business that is proud to provide a warm welcome and affordable vision services for the whole family in convenient locations.

From its practices in Woodseats to the south of Sheffield and Crosspool to the west of the city, Alex, his wife Sarah and his team of experienced optometric and dispensing staff provide free advice and an extensive range of optical services including eye tests, contact lens fitting, sports vision screening,  and Optical Coherence Tomography and Optomap digital retinal imaging.


 

By the way…

In case you are wondering what’s the difference between an optician and an optometrist, an optician is qualified to make and supply glasses and contact lenses but an optometrist (also known as an ophthalmic optician) is qualified to measure eyesight, prescribe corrective lenses and detect eye disease.

Please contact us at Woodseats or Crosspool if you’d like to know more!

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