Curran Optometrists was established in 1960 - during that time the practice has enjoyed providing quality eye care and eyewear to the community. The experienced members of staff show dedication in their work, and fully understand the visual needs of everyone.
Our ethos is to strive for clinical excellence, and we achieve this through a continuous education and training programme for all our staff. We attend seminars and lectures throughout the year and this enables us to deliver the best and most up to date patient care.
The practice utilises all the newest technology in ophthalmic instrumentation to deliver a comprehensive eye examination. In addition, the onsite optical laboratory is fully equipped to carry out spectacle glazing and repairs.
Barry Curran MSc MCOptom.
Trained at Aston University, Birmingham and Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. Barry qualified as an
Optometrist in 1988 and is registered with the General Optical Council. He undertook further study at University
of Ulster 1995-1997 and holds an MSc in Biomedical Science. He also works part time in the Hospital Eye
service in Co Tyrone.
Shanua McHugh BSc MCOptom Prof Cert Glauc.
Shanua was trained at University of Ulster, Coleraine. She was qualified as a optometrist in 2004
and is registered with the general optical council. Having previously practiced in Northern Ireland
and England, Shanua has recently returned to her hometown of Omagh.
A long-standing member of staff, Marion has progressed from reception to all aspects of practice
management. With efficiency, she oversees the laboratory work as well as general day-to-day office
Lisa joined Curran Optometrists in 1992 initially as a receptionist. She now enjoys spectacle frame dispensing
and helps you choose the frame that suits your visual needs. Her special ability is to help you look and feel good.
Spectacle frame design is continuously changing and Lisa keeps up to date with the latest in design and fashion.
Beth works in our optical laboratory to glaze the spectacles and also carries out spectacle frame
repairs. Quality control is vital in this area of our practice and Beth conducts her duties with care
Tracey joined our practice in July 2015 and is our main receptionist. She is responsible for making
appointments and meeting and greeting our patients. Tracey also is in charge of all our Social