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Emergency Visits Only During COVID-19 Crisis

Effective immediately, Spinak Medical Eye Center will be limiting services to EMERGENCY VISITS ONLY. All other appointments, procedures, and testing currently scheduled are postponed and will be rescheduled as soon as possible as the current health crisis allows.

To be clear, there has not been any known exposure to COVID-19 in our office, patients or staff members. However, in light of the current rapidly accelerating health crisis, we feel it necessary at this critical juncture to safeguard the health of our patients, staff and all family and friends they could come into contact with by taking the strongest measures to increase social distancing NOW. Please be reassured that the doctors will be available to continue to provide medical care; over the telephone or video chat if possible, but if necessary, with a face to face evaluation in the office with proper precautions.

As we all face an unprecedented health threat to our nation, we ask that you please be understanding and patient as we navigate how best to continue taking care of you at this time. As always, our phone lines are open, we are here to help and please feel free to call us with any questions or concerns.

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