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Reopening May 13th

The government of NB has given us the go ahead to reopen our clinic! As you can imagine, this reopening will look a little different from how our office ran prior to COVID-19, but many of the protocols will feel familiar in this post Covid world. We have taken every precaution to comply with all provincial COVID-19 regulations set out by the NB Association of Optometrists and Public Safety.

We will need to observe physical distancing while in the office, which means the biggest change to how our office works is a limited number of people will be allowed inside at any given time. In order to ensure physical distancing can be observed, we will have a staff member at our front door to help guide everyone in. Appointments will be necessary for eye exams, and we can now book appointments for a glasses fitting or repair, contact lens assessments, and for curbside pickup of any products, including Eye Drops, Lid Wipes, Omega-3’s and others.

What this means for you coming in to our office:

  • In order to confirm your appointment, and be admitted to the building, you will need to answer the COVID-19 screening questions, as directed by Public Safety

  • Wearing a mask will be mandatory while in the office (for all Doctors, staff, and clients)

  • In order to keep time spent in office to a minimum, some questions normally asked upon arrival will now be conducted over the phone before you arrive

  • We can accommodate walk in’s for those looking to choose new glasses, or in need of an adjustment or repair; however, we will only be able to admit a certain number of people in office at one time, so you may be asked to wait in your car or outside if we are at capacity. To prevent a wait, you can book an appointment for these services as well.

  • For any appointments, we will ask that you please come into the office without anyone else (with certain exceptions).

  • We ask that patients please not arrive into the office more than 15 minutes before their appointment. If you do, you may be asked to please wait in your car until closer to your appointment time.

SEE clearly with Spectrum Eyecare & Eyewear

Our team provides the highest quality eye care, service and products. Through experience, innovation and passion, we commit to enhancing your health and the way you see the world.

We are pleased that you have chosen our office to look after all your eye care needs. Regular eye care is essential for adults and children of all ages for the detection of any eye disease. Prevention is key for many vision problems and early intervention is critical especially for children.

Vision is our most important sense, accounting for about 80% of all we learn in life, Finding the best alternative to see more clearly is the prime objective of work here for our patients who do not have this ability naturally.

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If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.

Please call our Fredericton Eye Clinic at: 506-300-3066 for further instructions. Use your best judgment on urgency, if you feel your need to find the nearest emergency room.

Fredericton 506-300-3066
Minto 506-300-3010
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