Mrs Elizabeth Ralph

Professional Services Consultant
Contact Lens Specialist


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Latest News

LATEST NEWS! This column will carry the latest news for ADP-EyeCare patients and/or prospective patients. 

23/05/2020:  Dry Eye Clinic Video published - watch here.

03/05/2020:  Remote non-urgent consultations with Andrew D Price, now available 7 days/week, day or evening by phone or Webcam Consult. Send initial email to  

03/05/2020: A collaborative agreement between private ophthalmology and Andrew D Price at the Dry Eye/Contact Lens Clinic of ADP-EyeCare at Focus-In Opticians of Rhyl. See more.

04/04/2020: Lipiflow page discusses treatment. See In-Practice/Clinic Professional Treatments under Dry Eyes Clinic menu-point.

25/03/2020:  New feature of the ADP-EyeCare website is the downloadable, savable, optionally printable Contact Lens Referral documents with all fields open for text. Go to ADP-EyeCare where you will find it under the Contact Lens Menu Point.

15/03/2020: Latest Covid-19 guidance for professionals and patients in regard to contact lens and spectacle wear can be fiund here

22/02/2020: New feature of the ADP-EyeCare website is the downloadable, savable, optionally printable Dry/Watery Eye/Blepharitis Referral documents with all fields open for text. Go to ADP-EyeCare where you will find it under the Dry/Watery Eye Menu Point.

05/02/2020: The use of two new instruments for diagnosis and treatment of dry eye and contact lens discomfort included in appointments - Me-Check and MyMask. See Mr Andrew D Price - Portfolio.

22/01/2020 ADP-EyeCare announce a new dry eye clinic will commence in Stoke-on-Trent in the first week of March 2020, in addition to the current one in North-Wales. To find out more email Andrew D Price FBDO(Hons)CL , COA:  

07/01/2020: Contact lens wearers who would like to improve their hours of comfort please see 'Clinical Trials - Can You Help?'

28/12/2019: 'Monovision' where one eye is corrected for distance and the other for near, is sometimes an option for cataract/refractive surgery. It is vital you have the opportunity to judge if this is suitable for you before surgery, this can be done easily as part of the Cataract or Refractive Surgery Referral Clinic. The 'target' prescription is then known in advance and is provided to the surgeon.

07/12/2019: Mrs Elizabeth Ralph FBDO CL joins ADP-EyeCare, providing specialist services in the East Midlands. 

28/10/2019: Do you have Colour Blindness/Colour Vision Deficiency (CVD)? A unique contact lens is available that may help you differentiate colours more easily. Read more. Email:   

26/10/2019:  Wear glasses/contact lenses currently and would like to consider reducing or eliminating your need for them by refractive surgery, or you require cataract surgery and thinking of a private procudure? We can offer information and examinations to assess your sutability. Email: 



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ADP-EyeCare – An Introduction

ADP-EyeCare – An Introduction

Thank you for visiting this website, we hope you find it not only interesting but educational and thought provoking as well.

ADP-EyeCare is formed of two associates, who not only collaborate on specific aspects of eye care, but also offer their own individual eye care services. One is Mr Andrew D Price FBDO(Hons)CL, COA, CEO and Joint Clinical Director of ADP-EyeCare, who provides eye care in North Wales and in early 2020 Stoke-on-Trent. The other is Ms Beth Ralph FBDO CL, Joint Clinical Director who provides eye care in the East Midlands and South Yorkshire.

Mr Andrew D Price FBDO(Hons)CL, COA (North Wales)      Mrs Beth Ralph FBDO CL (East Midlands & South Yorkshire)
Mr Andrew D Price FBDO(Hons)CL, COA
(North Wales and Stoke-on-Trent)
     Mrs Beth Ralph FBDO CL
(East Midlands & South Yorkshire)

Under the same menu heading you found this page you will find their individual portfolios. We hope both make interesting reading.

There are a number of specialist pages on the website, if you are interested in the topics discussed and can travel to North Wales or Stoke-on-Trent (Mr Andrew D Price) or the East Midlands/South Yorkshire (Mrs Beth Ralph) please contact the relevant person using the email address given. If there is only one email address given for a particular practitioner it indicates the other doesn’t as yet provide that service.

View Mr Andrew Price's personal portfolio and/or Mrs Elizabeth Ralph's personal portfolio. Both practitioners welcome initial email conversations with prospective patients and/or referring colleagues. If the patient is referred from a fellow ECP the aim is to obtain a successful outcome and refer the patient back for co-management and all their other eye care needs. Email communication from other HCPs such as GPs, pharmacists, dermatologists etc are also welcomed. An optional Dry Eye/Blepharitis referral form for Mr Andrew Price can be found here, while Mrs Elizabeth Ralph's Dry Eye/Blepharitis referral form can be found here.

COVID-19 Emergency: During Covid-19 emergency remote co-management of non-urgent/non-emergency patients available nationwide to ECPs/HCPs, patient referred back with report for all eye care when your practice returns to normal functioning, email Andrew Price This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Elizabeth Ralph This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For Mr Andrew Price post 'lock down' arrangements for private new patient appointments will change; new patients are asked to send an initial email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (or a patient's phone number will be provided by Focus-In Opticians in Rhyl so they can be called) this will enable the best approach to be mapped out, which following the return email or short phone conversation may be an extended telephone or video consultation or a practice visit. The initial email/short telephone conversation is without charge or obligation to proceed further. 

The ability to conduct telephone/video consultations will not fully replace 'face-to-face' and the tests that can only be done physically, but rather dovetail into a care appointmet schedule, rather than bring a patient in every time. The normal 40 minute appointment will be extended to 1 hour. 


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