|In light of the ongoing and evolving situation regarding COVID-19,
our office will be following the latest recommendations set forth by the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
We have postponed all non-emergency and routine eye care. We will resume routine care
May 4th, however, that date is subject to change in accordance with the CDC guidelines. We apologize for any inconvenience.
With this temporary closure, we can protect the health and safety of our patients, staff,
and the communities we serve.
Please note, we will still see patients who experience eye health emergencies and will be available via phone or email to schedule future appointments and help with any eye health,
contact lens or glasses related issues in any way we can.
While our office is closed for routine care, we are still safely
working to ensure we meet your needs:
• If you recently purchased glasses or contacts,
we can ship them directly to you.
• If you have an appointment scheduled during the closure,
we will call or email you to reschedule.
• If you lost or broke your glasses or need contact lenses,
we have several options for you.
Call (740) 687-5865 or
We are all in this together and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Best wishes for good health,
Terry Schultz, O.D. and Staff
|WE WANT TO KEEP YOU SAFE...
All of us here sincerely hope that you, your family and friends are all
healthy during these stressful times.
Contact Lens Wear is Safe, however:
• Proper Hand Washing is Essential.
• Disinfect Contact Lenses.
Discontinue Lens Wear Only if Sick.
Also remember to:
• Disinfect Your Eyeglasses.
are Not Proven to Offer Protection.
We are doing what we can to look after your health and your vision, and as always,
we appreciate you being our patient.
|READ MORE about Coronavirus Eye Safety
(CDC) Center for Disease Control ➤
American Optometric Association ➤
(AAO) American Academy of Ophthalmology ➤
• Mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
• Symptoms may appear in as few as two days or as long as 14 days
• Spreads person to person through
small droplets from nose or mouth which are spread when a person
with COVID-19 coughs or exhales.
• Can catch the virus by touching objects and surfaces that droplets have landed on and then touching their eyes,
nose or mouth.
Steps to take to minimize risk
• Wash hand with soap & water for at least 20 seconds
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose,
and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Avoid close contact with
people that are sick.
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue,
then throw away the tissue in trash.
• Clean and disinfect
frequently touched objects and surfaces.
• Ensure employees
have ample facilities to wash their hands.PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY
Covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze with your elbow or
a tissue will greatly reduce the number of germs that are able
to spread to people and objects around you.
Even if your illness doesn't seem very bad to you, it could
be much more serious for someone who catches your germs.
What Is Social Distancing?
Social distancing is a way to keep people from interacting closely or frequently enough to spread an infectious disease.
Here in the office we're asking you to not sit next to each other to observe Social Distancing.
Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations, please be respectful of