Edited to Add (5/27/21): Bridget and Emily are both fully vaccinated however, due to the close contact nature of our work and the variety of medical conditions of our patients, we are still requiring all visitors to wear a mask while in the office. We appreciate your understanding.
I want to let everyone know that we are taking every precaution to make your visit to AOP as safe as possible. Thorough sanitizing, requiring masks of everyone and spacing out our scheduled appointments have all been implemented to keep you safe and healthy. I have also installed a HEPA filter in the patient room.
In order to make an appointment, please call or email the office and Lynn will be happy to get you on the schedule. But please be aware that we are limiting the number of patients being seen in a day and limiting the days that patients are being scheduled. We greatly appreciate your flexibility while we work through this. We are also requiring that patients knock on the door then wait in their vehicles until they are called in for their appointment. And please do not bring anyone into the building with you unless it is medically necessary. One family member or friend is allowed for artificial eye fittings.
If you are sick and having issues with your prosthesis, please call the office and we will make arrangements to make sure your needs are met.
I am continuing to do everything I can to slow the spread of this virus, I hope you all are too. Wash your hands, wear a mask, get vaccinated and stay healthy.