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Deadly Vision Centre

Deadly Vision Centre

Shop 5/347 Stuart Highway, The Narrows NT

Deadly Enterprises is Australia’s first Aboriginal-owned optical provider. Our goal is to contribute to closing the gap in eye health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians by providing access to culturally safe and socially responsive eye care. We strive to meet the eye care needs of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities that we work in through three key objectives: Deliver culturally safe and socially responsive eye health and vision care services. Provide access to a range of affordable, appropriate and fashionable (Deadly) eyewear Improve coordination of care and facilitate system navigation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait

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