Optometrist & Contact Lens Specialist

About Harrison Eye Care

Harrison Eye Care is an independent opticians in North Leeds which took over McNicholas Opticians in 2015 after retirement of the previous owners.  We pride ourselves on our friendly one-to-one customer service and our small trustworthy team will always try to make you feel welcome and valued as patients.  We believe eyesight is the most important sense we have, and at Harrison Eye Care we are passionate about caring for the health of your eyes and giving you the best vision possible.

Catherine HarrisonCatherine Harrison is an optometrist who graduated professionally in 1999. Since then she has worked for a number of large high street opticians as well as smaller independent practices. This has enabled her to develop a wide range of clinical skills including diagnosis and management of ocular conditions, accurate prescriptions, contact lens fitting and dispensing skills.  Catherine has been working at the practice as resident optometrist since 2009 and is thrilled to be taking over the practice.

Sarah FordSarah Ford is our receptionist who has been with the practice for over 15 years. She is an integral member of the team and knows many of our patients well. She is highly skilled at arranging the clinics and ensuring the practice runs smoothly on a day to day basis. If you have any queries then Sarah will invariably be able to assist you.

Liz CravenLiz Craven joined the practice in 2016 having previously worked at a local nursery, and before that as a primary school teacher. She is very friendly and will endeavour to help with any of your queries. Liz and Sarah share the responsibilities of running the reception.

Harrison Eye Care proudly supports St Gemma’s Hospice.

As a continued effort to support our local community Harrison Eye Care donates £1 to St Gemma’s Hospice for every spectacle frame sold in the practice (excluding NHS frames). The hospice provides much needed help and support to patients and family of those affected by degenerative conditions and those requiring palliative care. We also support other charities within the practice including Guide Dogs for the Blind.