Dry eye is the most common reason why people visit eye doctors, and with dryer air on the way it is important to know how best to keep your eyes properly lubricated. Watch Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, explain how to keep your eyes healthy during the upcoming winter months.
Updated safety measures during COVID 19 – May 5, 2020
- Posted on: May 5 2020
We recognize the importance of routine care in maintaining eye health, but also respect the need to keep everyone safe during the coronavirus pandemic. As we open back up routine medical and surgical services, our goal is to maintain quality of care while refining safety measures.
You will be met at the door by a staff member and asked a few simple COVID risk assessment questions in addition to a quick forehead temperature check. We will all be masked and will ask you to do the same. We are allowing cloth masks or can supply one if you wish. Clinic hours will expand with fewer physicians in office. This will allow us to more easily respect social distancing guidelines while still seeing the same volume of patients. All rooms will be wiped down and sanitized between patients. All high touch surfaces will be frequently cleaned.
We are here for you now, as we have been for the past 40 years, and continue to appreciate the opportunity and privilege of keeping this community seeing well.