In light of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, Tower Clock Eye Center is offering established patients virtual visits via telephone during our reduced hours ahead. Call us at 920 499-3102 and we’ll schedule you to speak 1 on 1 with our doctor on call to answer your eye care questions.
***ATTENTION PATIENTS*** Tower Clock Eye Center physicians will temporarily limit routine eye exams at all their facilities in Northeast Wisconsin for the next 30 days as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The move aims to limit the spread of the virus by anyone potentially infected. “Our goal is to clear the clinic as […]
In light of concerns regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) we’ve temporarily updated our waiting room policy. Some of our patient population is at high risk for complications of #coronavirus and we’re asking patients to help limit potential exposure. Because of this we are looking to minimize non-essential people in our waiting rooms. We understand patients often require that a […]
We’ve been closely monitoring rapidly changing conditions and updated information regarding the spread of the novel #coronavirus (COVID-19). We have implemented several measures at all of our facilities: •Patients who currently demonstrate symptoms of an upper respiratory infection (cough, fever) are asked to reschedule their appointment. •Patients stating they are ill over the phone will be asked […]
Watch Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Dr. Michael Servi, OD, discuss the causes of dry eye, a common eye condition exacerbated during the cold, dry months of winter. He describes the causes and common treatments for dry eye disease. If you suffer from dry eyes, contact us at 920 499-3102 to schedule an appointment.
Several Medical College of Wisconsin students visited Tower Clock Eye Center to learn about eye anatomy and administer basic eye exams. Our doctors gave students special insight into entering the field of optometry and ophthalmology. Tower Clock Eye Center doctors have volunteered time to give instruction to MCW students for several years. We’re proud to […]
Dr. Matthew Thompson, MD, has returned to Haiti to continue his mission work there. He’s performed surgery on several patients, including some children. It has been some time since his last trip to the beleaguered country, due to rioting and uncertainty there. Dr. Thompson is there on behalf of 1Focus.org, a group he is heavily […]
Tower Clock Eye Center will have special holiday hours: Christmas Eve: 8am – 12pm Christmas Day: closed New Year’s Eve: 8am – 5pm New Year’s Day: closed. We wish you a happy holiday season!
Tower Clock Eye Center and Tower Clock Surgery Center will both be closed Thursday and Friday this week in celebration of Thanksgiving. We will reopen with normal business hours on Monday. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!
Last night Dr. Tyson Schwiesow, MD, held a public seminar on cataract surgery with an in-depth discussion on the new Alcon PanOptix trifocal lens. Tower Clock Eye Center surgeons were the first in Wisconsin to perform surgery with this revolutionary new lens. Dr. Schwiesow explained the history of cataract surgery, as well as the most recent developments […]