We are Prepared to Take Care of You
We have all been there. You notice a minor health issue. Nothing too severe. A slight but persistent irritation or pain somewhere in your body. The problem bothers you but seems manageable. You can cope with it, so you ignore it in the expectation that it will soon go away. But what if it doesn’t, and what if it is, in fact, the first indication of something more serious? The importance of maintaining your eye health is often overlooked. Ignoring loss of vision or other eye health-related issues can be dangerous.
Sight and vision allow us to connect with our surroundings, keep us safe, and help maintain the sharpness of our minds. By protecting your eyes, you will decrease the chance of vision loss and blindness while also staying on top of any developing eye diseases.
Here at Sterling Vision, we understand how unsettling these times are as we receive updates on the spread of COVID-19. Given the recent announcement from our Governor Kate Brown: Oregon is reopening all non-urgent medical practices on May 1st. We want to assure you that we are fully prepared, and we have taken the proper precautions to ensure that our patients will be seen at this time. All staff are wearing masks, and disinfection protocols are in place.
It is crucial to have your eyes checked. If you are suffering from any eye issue, call our office. With many serious eye issues, time is of the essence. The sooner we can triage a problem, the better the outcome, in most cases. Don’t let issues with your vision become permanent or result in blindness. If you feel ill, please call before visiting. We’re prepared to provide telehealth services using remote communications technologies. We’ve already established a HIPAA-compliant telemedicine system. This system allows for continued personal, face-to-face interactions between you and your provider. They are private appointments you can make from the comfort of your home. Our telemedicine platform uses doxy.me software. We’ll email detailed connection instructions before your scheduled appointment.
Please stay safe and continue to keep yourself informed.
Thank you. Be well, and know we’re here for you.
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