Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Aloma Eye Associates will be closed to all non-essential eye care needs
With the situation of COVID-19 developing and spreading so quickly, we wanted to let you know what we’re doing to help contain the virus.
We will be closing our office, per CDC recommendations, to routine care, non-emergency & non-urgent medical care, starting Friday, March 20th.
We will remain available by office phone (407-671-3100), Monday through Friday, from 9am to 1pm until it is appropriate to reopen the clinic to normal patient care.
If you need to pick up glasses or contact lenses we ask that you call first so we can deliver your product in the most appropriate way. Thank you for your understanding.
We are planning to reopen for all types of visits as soon as the CDC and other governmental agencies have determined that it is safe to do so.
Appointments & rescheduling for future routine visits can be made by calling 407-671-3100 or going to our website scheduling system at www.Alomaeye.com. Please keep in mind that if things change for worse those appointments in early April may need to be rescheduled.
If you are experiencing conditions requiring emergency medical attention, please call the office at 407-671-8077 & leave your name, your concern, and your phone number. A telemedicine approach will be our method if possible.
As always, if you are need of contact lenses before our office resumes normal clinic hours, you can call or email the order to our office at 407-671-3100 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contacts can be shipped directly to the address of your choice.
This is an evolving issue with new information coming forth daily & we are closely monitoring directives from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Florida Department of Health, and other news sources.
We appreciate the trust that you place in Aloma Eye Associates and hope your family is safe, healthy & enjoying some downtime at home. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and take actions necessary to help keep our staff and patients safe.
Amy Ward, OD, and Staff