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Visioncall appoints managing director

Michelle Le Prevost will lead the domiciliary eye care provider’s operations

Michelle Le Prevost
Scotland-based domiciliary eye care provider, Visioncall, has appointed Michelle Le Prevost (pictured) to the newly-created position of managing director.

Ms Le Prevost, who is the former managing director of Black and Lizars, will lead Visioncall’s teams and operations across the UK.

Director of Visioncall, Brian McGuire, said: “Graeme Manson [finance director] and I have looked long and hard as to how we now execute the next significant growth phase of the group and believe that Michelle has the perfect credentials and people-based attributes to achieve our vision.”

With the appointment of Ms Le Prevost, Mr McGuire will now focus innovation and strategic planning at Visioncall, developing a new technology platform and business opportunities.

Speaking about her appointment, Ms Le Prevost said: “I am both proud and excited to be joining Visioncall in the newly created role of managing director.”

“Throughout my induction period I have been hugely impressed with the caring values brought to life everyday by our hardworking teams, both office-based and in the field. Domiciliary optics is a challenging but highly rewarding vocation enabling vulnerable and isolated patients to access eye care services, improving both their sight and their quality of life,” she added.