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|Time of appointment:||1 a.m|
|Given names:||2 Simon|
|Date of birth:||4 1989|
|Address:||5 Adams Terrace, Wellington|
|Name of insurance company:||6|
|Date of last eye test:||7|
|Patient’s observations:||Problems seeing 8|
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Optometrist: Good morning, can I help you?
Simon Lee: Yes. I’m here for an 1 at ten o’clock with the 2 . I’m a little early. I know it’s only ten to ten.
Optometrist: Are you Simon Lee?
Simon Lee: Yes, I am.
Optometrist: I’m Rachel White, the optometrist here today. Come in and take a seat.
Simon Lee: Thanks.
Optometrist: Before we test your eyes, I just need to get a few 3 from you. So, Simon, what’s your full name?
Simon Lee: Simon Anthony – that’s A-N-T-H-O-N-Y. And my family name is Lee: L double E.
Optometrist: And your date of birth, Simon?
Simon Lee: The 1st of June, 1989.
Optometrist: The 21st of June.
Simon Lee: No. The first of June.
Optometrist: Whoops… sory! 1989 – ah, same year my son was born! What’s your current address?
Simon Lee: I’m living at a hall of 4 .
Optometrist: Which one?
Simon Lee: At 5 Hall, not far from here, in Adams 6 .
Optometrist: University Hall… And do you have any medical 7 ?
Simon Lee: Yes, I’m fully covered
Optometrist: And who are you 8 with?
Simon Lee: I’m with ’Health for life’.
Optometrist: Healthy Life.
Simon Lee: No. People always get that wrong. It’s Health for Life. They’re part of some big insurance 9 .
Optometrist: Good! Now, Simon. Have you ever had your eyes tested before?
Simon Lee: Yes, once. But not recently. It was when I was still at school.
Optometrist: So 10 when would that have been?
Simon Lee: Probably around September 2007. No, on second thoughts, it must’ve been the year before – September 2006. And my 11 was fine then.
Optometrist: But you’re having a little 12 now, are you?
Simon Lee: Well, yes … since I started at university, I’ve been having difficulty with distance vision. I can’t always see things in the 13 .
Optometrist: Well, let’s have a look. Now I’m just going to 14 your left eye. Can you read the 15 line?
Simon Lee: Yes. R… B… Q… S…