As an essential healthcare provider, Metro Eye will reopen on May 4th to accommodate patients who require in-person eye care or eyewear services. All visits to our office will be by appointment only, in order to diligently comply with all of the latest CDC health protocols relating to COVID-19.
New Office Hours
By Appointment Only
Our team strongly encourages patients to pursue services and products through our Telehealth Clinic online, and to comply with social distancing as much as possible. Services ranging from vision and eye health consultations to frame fittings are available virtually via smartphone, and all products are available for purchase online.
If you are unsure as to whether a visit to our office is necessary, contact us! We would be happy to discuss your eye care needs and advise you regarding the safest way to administer your care. Any visits to our office must be scheduled beforehand, and our staff can assist you with scheduling appointments as needed.
Have Questions for Our Doctors?
Submit any questions that you have regarding available eye care services, health precautions, telemedicine and more! Dr. Amy Jankowski, Dr. Kaelyn Zaporski and Dr. Amanda Kopczyk will personally answer your questions via video, and although our doctor Q&A videos will be publicly shared (to help other patients) your questions will be kept completely anonymous.
We continue to hold our community’s health and safety above all else, and for those who do need an in-person visit we have implemented a series of protocols to minimize contact in every way possible. Appointment confirmations will include a complete set of safety instructions, in observance of the latest CDC guidelines, and Metro Eye requires every patient and staff member to comply with our stringent health protocols.
As we continue to monitor new developments and safety procedures provided by our State Health Officials, we will keep you updated on further changes to our eye care operations.
Stay safe and be well!
The Metro Eye Team