Acuity Eye Group Remains Open for Urgent and Emergency Patients and Now Offers Telehealth Services

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In order to prevent spread of the virus and to “flatten the curve,” Acuity Eye Group is currently focused on treating urgent and emergency patients in their offices. Additionally, Acuity Eye Group is now offering telehealth exams. Through this service they can minimize exposure while still offering care at the highest standards and uphold their commitment to protecting patients’ eye health and vision. Telehealth gives patients easy access to an Acuity Eye Group ophthalmologist through the convenience of a smartphone, computer, or tablet.

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“Acuity Eye Group prides itself on being innovators within the healthcare and ophthalmology space,” said Dr. Tom S. Chang. “In these difficult times, the well-being of our patients and team members is paramount, and innovation will play a critical role as we weather this pandemic together.”

COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to impact our lives in countless ways; at Acuity Eye Group, it’s also impacted the way they practice. In order to prevent spread of the virus and to “flatten the curve,” they are currently focused on treating urgent and emergency patients in their offices.

Additionally, Acuity Eye Group is now offering telehealth exams for eye care patients in need. Through this service they can minimize exposure while still offering care at the highest standards and uphold their commitment to protecting patients’ eye health and vision. Telehealth gives patients easy access to an Acuity Eye Group ophthalmologist through the convenience of a smartphone, computer, or tablet.

“Acuity Eye Group prides itself on being innovators within the healthcare and ophthalmology space,” said Dr. Tom S. Chang, co-CEO and founder of Acuity Eye Group. “In these difficult times, the well-being of our patients and team members is paramount, and innovation will play a critical role as we weather this pandemic together.”

A telehealth appointment could be a good option for you if:

  • You are concerned about coming in due to risk from COVID-19
  • You are too ill to come in
  • You are uncertain if your eye condition requires a visit to the office
  • You need a prescription refill

Acuity Eye Group has 48 clinics throughout southern and central California and is home to some of the nation's top ophthalmologists who specialize not only in general ophthalmology, but also in pediatric ophthalmology, cataracts, glaucoma, and retina disease.

For more information about Acuity Eye Group or to schedule a telehealth exam, visit AcuityEyeGroup.com

About Acuity Eye Group:
At Acuity Eye Group, they are committed to helping ophthalmologists and optometrists realize their full potential while providing best-in-class patient care to all those in need. They are experts in the business of ophthalmology with years of experience in the industry. Acuity Eye Group has world-class doctors and surgeons on their founding team who are still in practice today including Tom S. Chang, Michael Samuel, and Michael Davis. Established as one of the largest, integrated eye care service groups in the country, Acuity Eye Group prides itself on its mission to improve patients' quality of life through excellence in eye care and patient experience.

Headquartered in Pasadena, CA, the Company offers access to ophthalmology services from Visalia to San Diego. Patients interested in being seen at one of the many Acuity Eye Group clinics in California can schedule appointments through the 24/7 Call Center at 800.898.2020. Those interested can also request appointments directly on the Acuity Eye Group website at AcuityEyeGroup.com where they will find additional information on Acuity Eye Group’s doctors, locations, and the diseases they treat.

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