How are we keeping you safe during your visit?
Updated: May 4
Beginning May 4th, Children's Eye Care is open to see medical patients on a reduced, socially-distanced schedule. Please call if you have a concern and we'll guide you through the process. If appropriate, a Telehealth visit (see blog post below) may fit your situation better than an in-person visit.
Socially-distanced means the following: our waiting spaces have clusters of chairs for those waiting for assistance in optical. Those with a scheduled visit with one of our doctors will be taken directly back to an examination room. Our play area and movie room remain closed until social distancing is no longer required.
We are hoping to return to a full schedule this summer: the timing of this will be determined by the Governor as we pass through each phase.
Please note, we are universally masking, which means we would like you and your children over 3 years of age to wear a cloth mask to the office. We will be happy to provide you with a mask if needed. We encourage you to come with as few people in your party as possible, ideally one parent and the patient.
Each room is disinfected between visits, and our staff and providers are washing hands or using hand sanitizer at the start and finish of every visit. We also encourage you to wash your hands regularly.