ATTENTION: Read about our COVID-19 precautionary measures.

Corona virus update:

It is our primary goal to offer you and your family a safe experience while providing the best eye care possible.  To that end, please be aware of our most updated office policies and procedures pertaining to COVID prior to entering our office:

1)  To decrease the time spent in our office, please come prepared with the insurance form (found HERE) and patient registration form (found HERE). You can print them out at home and complete before arriving to the office. Please remember to bring your insurance card as well.
2) Please consider making arrangements for your other children who are not being examined. This is to help limit how crowded our waiting room and common areas become, to reduce the likelihood of transmission. Thank you for your cooperation.  

3) As of May 1st, 2023, masks will be encouraged, but not required, in our office. The exception to this will be that if the patient or anyone else in your party has any upper respiratory symptoms (cough, sneeze, etc.), we reserve the right to require a mask. If there are significant increases in cases of COVID or other infectious diseases in the community, we reserve the right to require masks at a moment’s notice even if this website has not been updated. We can provide a mask to you if you do not have one.
4)  If you or anyone you are bringing to our office has COVID symptoms or tested positive for COVID, you must reschedule for at least 5 days after the onset.  If you truly have an urgent eye issue and it has not yet been 5 days, please call us and one of our doctors can advise you.
5) We have removed magazines and toys from our waiting room. Please bring any toys or activities you may need to keep your children occupied.