COVID-19 Update:  We’re back as of May 4th! 

Read our full announcement here.

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COVID-19 Update: May 4th Opening

We’re Back!

We can’t wait to see our wonderful patient family again!

On May 4th, we begin seeing patients with a reduced schedule.

Some things are different, but what stays the same is our personal and thorough care!

If you have a mask, we ask that you please wear it while in the office.

If you are not feeling well, please reschedule your appointment to decrease the risk of others becoming ill.  Remember to sneeze or cough into your elbow or a tissue and wash your hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds.

Some Updates

The waiting area has fewer chairs now to allow for better spacing, therefore we ask that only patients enter the office unless they are a minor or need help moving around.

We have sanitizing procedures in place to protect our patients and staff.  Please be assured, no “bug” will find sanctuary in our office!  Our new UV disinfection system installed into our climate control will help keep the air pure and clean!

Also, we have a few new faces on our wonderful staff team!  You’ll enjoy getting to know them as they bring their experience and provide a fresh outlook on patient care.

As circumstances continue to change, we’ll adapt and be better for it in the long run.

May we not let this historic event pass without remembering how we each rose to the occasion despite our fear and uncertainty.  May we be able to look back and say, “This was our finest hour!”

Dr. William Lynch, Jr.

Primary Care Optometrist