A bit about COVID-19 and our Clinic:
Our College of Optometry has instructed that we can once again begin seeing regular patients, under strict guidelines. Lot of things have changed, all of which are designed to keep our Doctors, our staff and YOU safe. If you had an appointment scheduled with us during our COVID closure, we WILL be in touch to reschedule you. We appreciate your ongoing patience as we work our way through this list of over 1000 people. We can only permit a maximum of three patients in the clinic at any time, so appointments will be spaced accordingly, with only one of our Doctors in-house at a time. In addition, it is crucial that we remain closed to all walk-in traffic so we can maintain physical distancing in our small space. Entry into our clinic is by appointment only. Even though we would love to see you, dropping by cannot be permitted for any reason for now. Please know that we are here for you, and we are fully committed to keeping our community seeing its best.
Please feel free to reach out by calling 705-435-2020 or email [email protected] if you are experiencing changing vision or emergency eye problems, have broken or lost your glasses, require a frame adjustment or repair, need to confirm an offered appointment, or wish to order contact lenses or eye drops. We will be in touch as soon as possible.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN OFFERED AN APPOINTMENT, HERE ARE THE DETAILS WE DISCUSSED WITH YOU AT TIME OF BOOKING:
* You are not ill or experiencing COVID symptoms. You have not travelled in the past 14 days.
* You will arrive alone (unless you have a parent/child or caregiver situation) and bring as few items as possible to your appointment.
* You will be on time for your appointment in order to avoid other patients.
* You will cancel 24 hours in advance if you can’t make your appointment. Our cancellation policy is in effect.
* Our door will be locked but simply ring the doorbell and we will greet you.
* You MUST wear a mask to your appointment.
* We will take your temperature and ask you to use hand sanitizer upon entry.
* Everyone in the clinic will practice physical distancing.
* You will bring your current eyewear and a medications list with you.
* You will complete our Pre-Appointment Form online (top of website) and submit it prior to your appointment.
* Because frame handling will be limited, you will have fun checking out our Virtual Try On (top of website). Let us know if you find something you like and we’ll have it ready for you!
Inside our walls you will find an inviting atmosphere, where the focus is on preventative eye care and a memorable patient experience. From our vintage eyewear museum to our friendly and inviting team, we know that you’ll love what you see when you visit our clinic.
We believe in the continuous evolution of Optometry as both a profession and methodology. To this end, we have made significant investments in modern testing and diagnostic equipment, imaging techniques, and continuous training and education. Our eye exams utilize state of the art testing procedures and equipment to shorten exam times and improve exam accuracy. More than ever before, we are able to detect and monitor eye diseases (such as Glaucoma, Age-Related Macular Degeneration or Cataracts) earlier and with greater detail.
Check out our newest diagnostic equipment here!
Our Optometrists, Dr. Amarnath and Dr. Peacock, actively participate in local causes and events. You may see us speaking to kids at school, helping raise money for a local charity, or participating in national eye health initiatives. This past year we raised $500 to support Stevenson Memorial Hospital. We have a lot of fun raising money for very good causes!
You may also have seen our articles in the Alliston Herald, called the Eye Opener, where we talk about eye health issues and information about everything from Dry Eye to Computer Vision Syndrome.
NTOC In Support