Would you, or a person you know, like to talk to someone about an eye condition?
Do you, or does someone you know need some practical support?
Our Eye Care Liaison Officer, (ECLO) service, offers emotional and practical support at the point of diagnosis of an eye condition. This service is available at the 12 main eye clinics and through the 258 optometric practices (opticians) across the five Health and Social Care trusts of NI.
We provide an immediate point of contact for someone who is newly diagnosed with serious sight loss.
Giving you an opportunity to discuss:
Providing information and advice on:
Supplying information on:
Making contact with community services on your behalf:
The ECLO Service exists to offer a point of contact for anyone seeking further help, advice or assistance at any time - just give us a call.
You can contact your local ECLO either during the Eye Clinics across Northern Ireland, or via the following phone numbers.
If in doubt, just call the RNIB NI premises in Belfast and we'll be happy to point you in the right direction.
028 9032 9373
Adrienne Hull - 028 9032 9373
Royal Victoria Hospital:
Susan Caskey - 028 9032 9373
Covering Ulster, Downpatrick, Bangor, Newtownards and Lagan Valley hospitals:
Lorraine McCadden - 028 9032 9373
Covering Craigavon, Daisy Hill, Armagh and South Tyrone hospitals:
Diane Hudson - 028 9032 9373
Covering Causeway, Braid Valley, Antrim Area and Magherafelt hospitals:
Eimear Barbour-Mulholland - 028 9032 9373
Covering Omagh, Erne and Altnagelvin hospitals:
Catriona Doherty - 028 7136 6060