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State of the Art COVID Safety Measures

All Medical Optometry America locations are fully equipped with the following state of the art technology and protocols in order to keep patients and doctors safe from COVID exposure:

Limited Patient Flow

Only patients may enter the office for an appointment. Spouses, friends, caregivers, and parents may need to wait outside. They are permitted to assist patients to the front door before handing them off to our technicians.

All doctors and staff complete temperature checks at the start of every shift. In addition, patients will receive a temperature check immediately upon arrival. If the patient has a fever they will be asked to leave the office and reschedule their appointment.

Patients will check in over the phone upon arrival from the parking lot. Once the exam room has been sanitized, patients will be called in for their appointment.

If patients are required to wait for any reason during their appointment, they will be socially distanced from other patients via multiple waiting areas.

All doctors and staff use N-95 masks and face shields. All patients are required to wear a mask upon entry. If the patient does not have a mask, they will be provided one at the door. In addition, the office will feature plexiglass dividers at the front desk to limit exposure.

All equipment and exam rooms will be fully sanitized immediately following each patient exam. All patients can be assured that our equipment, exam chairs, etc. have been sanitized prior to their examination.

Air filtration devices will be installed in every room at each location.

Medical Optometry America offers multiple sanitizing stations. Some are free standing and others will be mounted to walls. Our team will also be sanitizing all high-touch places and common areas between all patient visits.

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