Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Healthcare for You; Advertisement Feature

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Healthcare for You; Advertisement Feature

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THERE is a wealth of businesses throughout the region which can help you maintain optimum health. Quality of service is top priority for The Nutri Centre in Newcastle as their customers return for another year of good health.

Customers will benefit from having qualified practitioners to help them get all they need with the very first visit. Nutritionist, Gareth Zeal, can be found in-store answering questions about the products and how they can help.

To complement the free nutritional advice, the bookshop also provides an invaluable resource for customers and practitioners.

A good range of specialist health books adds more value to the shopping experience at The Nutri Centre. Many customers recommend Nutri Centre products and services to their friends and family, a personal endorsement that they are very proud of.

The range of products, which include herbals, sports nutrition and weight-loss products, with a "can do" customer services approach remains a strong draw for old and new customers. If staff are not able to find what a customer is looking for, they will endeavour to do their best to locate and order it for them as soon as possible.

Easily accessible from the Metro and main roads, The Nutri Centre is located inside Tesco Extra at Kingston Park, which has ample parking for those coming by car.

For more products and information call 0191 286 0020 or visit Healthcall Optical Services is the leading provider of home eye-care services in the UK. It has a national network of branches throughout England, Scotland and Wales, and is a wellestablished company, operating for more than 15 years.

During that time, the business has performed over one million eye examinations for people in care establishments, sheltered accommodation, day centres, and their own homes.

The eye examination is free of charge for the majority of housebound individuals and funded by the NHS. The optometrists whose services it employs are carefully selected for their empathy with elderly and disabled people.

All its clinical staff are vetted by the Criminal Records Bureau and have been checked under the Protection of Vulnerable Adults scheme. …

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