Statement Regarding COVID-19
Effective immediately to follow the latest guidelines from the CDC, Governor’s office, and other professional medical organizations, we will be rescheduling routine care appointments until further notice. We will reevaluate this daily as the situation allows.
Our new hours will be Monday thru Friday from 9 AM to 1 PM, during which you may call ahead to arrange curbside pickup of glasses or contact lens orders. Unfortunately we are unable to provide adjustments to glasses at this time.
We will continue to see medically urgent appointments. It is our goal to keep unnecessary visits out of the hospital system to reserve valuable resources for critical patients. We manage ocular emergencies daily, and will continue to do so during this time.
Outside of office hours, the Doctors’ cell phones are always listed on the answering machine message and they can be called to address emergent conditions.
Please contact our office for help with the following:
If we are managing your medical conditions like Glaucoma, Diabetes, etc.
If you have acute changes in vision, pain, signs of infection, ocular injury, etc.
If you recently had cataract surgery and are scheduled to have a post-operative visit.
If you are out of contacts and would like us to extend your prescription. We can offer free shipping to your home with a minimum two box purchase.
If you have broken glasses with no backup options.
IF IN DOUBT, Call.
We ask your patience as we all try to adapt as best we can and move through these unprecedented times. We are here to serve our patients but also need to protect our employees and do our small part in containing the virus by practicing appropriate social distancing.
David A. Shilling, O.D.
Nicholas A. Peiffer, O.D.