COVID 19 Update (5/5/20)
We understand during this time you may have eye care needs that need to be addressed. We want you to know that your safety is our top priority!
We will start to see patients at our clinic locations starting the week of May 11th, however we are doing so with great care and with your safety in mind. To ensure the safety of our patients, staff, and providers, we have implemented the following safety guidelines within our locations:
In Our Clinic:
- We are limiting our clinical schedule. Appointments will be prioritized to medically urgent and necessary while we phase in routine services.
- All staff and our providers will be wearing masks and other personal protection equipment.
- All patients will be required to wear a mask before they enter the building. No patients or their caregivers will be allowed into the office without a mask.
- All patients will have their temperature taken and will be screened for coronavirus risk factors using the CDC guidelines upon entering.
- We will be strictly enforcing social distancing.
- Only scheduled patients and their necessary caregivers will be allowed into our clinics. We ask family and guests to remain in their vehicles as we limit the number of individuals in our facilities.
- Our staff will be disinfecting common areas more often, including check-in/out stations, chairs, countertops, exam rooms, restrooms, phones, computers, doorknobs, and equipment.
- We will have extra hand sanitizer at the front desk areas, clinical areas, and will be reminding everyone to practice proper hand hygiene.
Based on the guidance we have received from the CDC, federal, state and local public health agencies as well as the American Optometric Association, we are confident our eye care office locations remain as safe as possible for our patients and associates. As always, our hope is to make it easy, convenient, and safe for you to receive your eye care services.
We appreciate your patience as we get our clinics back up and running. Thank you for trusting us with your eye care needs.
Dr. Workman, Dr. Kelley, and staff