April 3, 2020
While the current pandemic has placed a lot of things on hold, we understand that your VISION and EYECARE needs still have to be addressed.
We are pleased to offer VIRTUAL AT HOME OFFICE VISITS for you to see your eye doctor. You can now ask any questions or bring up any of your eye concerns with your doctor from the comfort of your own home.
We will use real time audio and video communication to evaluate and treat your eye condition.
Here’s how to request a virtual office visit:
1) Request an Appointment ONLINE from contact page
2) CALL us at 929-281-2760
3) EMAIL us at [email protected]
Once you are scheduled, we will send you instructions on how to connect with us for your virtual appointment. We also have translator services available if English is not your preferred language.
Examples of problems that can be addressed in a virtual office visit:
- Red eyes
- Tearing, discharge, and/or itchiness of the eyes
- Swollen eyelid
- Eye pain
- Decrease in vision
- Concern for eye infection
- Questions or clarifications about eye medication
- Any other questions or concerns about your eyes that need to be addressed by a doctor
For problems that require an in-person office visit, we are still open with limited hours. We have taken every precaution to make your visit as safe as possible.
- Our doctors and staff will be wearing protective surgical face masks, face shields and
- Our doctors and staff will be wearing gloves and changing them in between each patient after following rigorous hand washing and sanitizing.
- The exam rooms are disinfected before and after each
- We are checking the temperature of everyone that walks into our facility; any person with a fever will not be permitted in the
- Social distancing will be
Important reminder: If you are experiencing any signs of illness, such as fever, shortness of breath, cough, etc. and are scheduled to come into the office, please reschedule your appointment or request a virtual office visit instead.
Thank you for entrusting us with your vision and eye care needs. Please stay safe.