COVID-19 UPDATE

In compliance with the CDC guidelines we have suspended all routine eye care.

Our office is closed but we are available by appointment for any eye emergency. Depending on emergency, a Telehealth visit is available.

You can reach us by voicemail, text, and email as we are checking on a regular basis. We are also providing glasses or contact lens prescription extensions.

We can’t wait to re-open to our normal hours and see you again!

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Fall Newsletter

Did you know that people with Cystic Fibrosis need approximately twice as many calories per day as someone of similar age and weight? And to help gain weight (which can be a challenge) an additional 500 calories are needed. Sometimes it can be hard for families to afford extra food. If you would like to help, please drop off items from the Cystic Fibrosis Food Pantry List  during normal business hours. Donations will be taken monthly to Levine Children’s Specialty Center to be distributed to local families in need.

 

Ever wonder what happens to used contacts and packaging? Unfortunately, due to size, a lot of the microplastics manage to get into water supplies. Join us in making a difference! Drop off your used contacts (yes, after they have been worn) and the packaging (minus the cardboard box) to our office during normal business hours.