To all our current and future patients,

We hope you are staying safe and well. To do our part in the fight against COVID-19, Northwest EyeCare has been closed since March 17th for all in-person, non-emergency appointments. This policy will remain in place at minimum through April 12th.

The office remains open for telehealth appointments. Our first week of telehealth vision therapy has so far been very well received. If you are a current vision therapy patient and interested in enrolling in remote therapy, call and our therapy coordinator Lindsey will get in contact.

Telehealth appointments with your doctor can also be made for:
-Dry eye appointments
-Eye infections
-Review of current treatments

The office remains open for in-person emergency visits, for example:
-double vision
-new flashes or floaters
-eye pain
-Vision loss or decrease in vision

If you are unsure if you need to be seen on an urgent basis, please call and one of our doctors will review.

If you have glasses or contact lenses that need to be picked up, we can schedule curb-side pick up or have them mailed to your home. If you have glasses break, please call and we can schedule a time for repair or set up replacement. Contact lenses remain available to order over the phone. If your prescription is expired, one of the doctors can review your chart and make arrangements to get you by through the health crisis.

Your health, well-being, and safety are so important to us. Please know that we are here for you.

Bruce Wojciechowski, OD FCOVD
John Reski, OD FCOVD
Macson Lee, OD FCOVD
Julia Sirianni, OD FCOVD
Rachel Jorgensen, OD FCOVD
Elizabeth Powers, OD
Kevin Dittlinger, OD