We Now Offering Eyecare Services via Telemedicine!
Telemedicine means being able to see the doctor when and where you need care. It’s a great way to get the health care you need while practicing social distancing.
Our top priority is the health and safety of our patients, families, staff, and community. During COVID19 pandemic, we’re following the CDC recommendations to keep everyone safe. Knowing that you have the ability to connect with our Eye Doctors gives you the extra peace of mind you need.
There WILL be an Optometrist on call in the event of an emergency. Should you require emergency care, please call our office for an appointment as you normally would and one of our optometrists see you.
When you call your provider’s office for an appointment, tell us why you’d like to be seen. Eye emergencies include the following:
Loss of or Decrease in Vision
Veils, Curtains, Spider webs, Fog, etc.
Foreign Body (Something in Eye)
Doing our part to keep you safe
In our efforts to keep you and our team safe, we are pleased to announce that we’re now offering telehealth services!
From the comfort of your own home
You can now have the expertise advice of your trusted Millennium Eye Center doctors without ever leaving your home.
Our Telemedicine process is simple
Simply let our staff know that you are interested in a telehealth visit and we will then schedule an appointment for you.
Stay safe, stay well
At Millennium Eye Center, we’re concerned with the health and well-being of our patients, our families, our team, and our community. We wish all of you continued health and strength during this challenging time. Continue to follow the CDC recommendations to keep your family safe.
What your visit will look like
Call/text our office to schedule an appointment to see if your visit qualifies for a telehealth exam.
Medical history-One of our technicians or opticians will initiate contact to collect important medical history information for the doctor, for your visit. Expect a call within the next 60 minutes from your eye doctor, who will ask you more questions to make a diagnosis and recommend a treatment plan.