FAMILY EYE CARE FROM CARING OPTOMETRISTS IN KATY, TX
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Thank you for entrusting Grand Vision with your eye care needs. As you are aware, the circumstances and information surrounding the COVID-2019 crisis are constantly changing, therefore, we would like to take this opportunity to update you with regards to our office re-opening date as well as the protocols and precautions we have put in place to protect and ensure the safety of our patients and staff.
Following Texas Governor Gregg Abbotts relaxation of the Stay At Home Order, we are performing a soft reopening of our practices as of 4/22/2020. Our hours of operation will be Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm by appointment only as we will NOT be able to service walk-ins at this time. Our goal is to ensure a safe and sanitary environment for everyone in our office, therefore the following protocols and procedures will be strictly adhered to for all of our patients:
–We will be scheduling one patient every half hour to reduce the total number of people within the office at any given time. This restriction allows us to stay below the 10 person recommendation by the CDC and the Texas Governors order.
–If you have even mild symptoms of cough, respiratory distress, a temperature at or greater than 99.5 degrees, loss of taste and/or smell or have been around anyone who has been even mildly sick DO NOT COME TO YOUR APPOINTMENT. We are asking that you call our office to reschedule your appointment by at least 2 weeks into the future. Once you arrive at one of our offices for your appointment, WE WILL BE CHECKING YOUR TEMPERATURE prior to entering our office. If you are observed to have a cough (EVEN IF YOU FEEL IT IS ALLERGIES) and/or temperature at or greater than 99.5 degrees you will be asked to reschedule.
–Since we will be minimizing the number of people within our office, upon arrival please do not come directly into the office, but instead call and we will come to the door to let you in once it is appropriate to do so. We will only be allowing two family members into the office at a time, so if need be please make the necessary arrangements prior to scheduling your appointment.
–If you are over 65 years old, immunocompromised, or have a predisposing lung condition like asthma or COPD, you need to exercise extreme caution during this time period. We recommend following the CDC guidelines to reduce your exposure which may mean waiting for a more opportune time to have an eye exam.
–We will be requiring you to wear gloves and a mask while in our office and we ask that these are not removed throughout the time spent in our facilities. Should you not have gloves or a mask we will provide them for you upon your arrival.
–In order to minimize office contamination we are requiring that limited items be brought into our offices. Allowed items are a cell phone and wallet per person. All other items to include food, beverages, purse or any other additional items will be asked to be left in your car. It is recommended that you leave valuable items at home or if brought with you, put into your trunk while you are in our office to minimize theft potential.
–To keep within the social distancing guidelines, while in our offices we ask that you maintain at least 6 feet from other individuals when possible.
We are also strictly following CDC guidelines for cleaning, including staff training on these measures. This includes but is not limited to:
–All staff will be wearing masks and gloves.
–We will be regularly cleaning and disinfecting counters, reception room areas, and all spaces where public interaction occurs. We are cleaning at least every hour using bleach and germicidal wipes and/or alcohol as an additional precaution.
–All Individual examination rooms are disinfected after every patient exam, including all surfaces, instrumentation, door handles, and equipment.
–Alcohol sanitizer is available in all areas of our office.
We are working diligently to ensure our patients and staffs safety while at the same time, provide the necessary services to take care of your eye care needs. Grand Vision greatly appreciates you cooperation at this very difficult time and we look forward to see you again soon.
Grand Vision Doctors and Staff
Grand Vision Center is among the first eye care providers to offer a new innovative test, the AdaptDx Dark Adaptometer, that helps us diagnose Macular Degeneration at a very early stage and monitor disease progression. If you are experiencing problems seeing or driving at night or it is becoming increasingly difficult to read in dim light, talk to us about scheduling an AdaptDx test.
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Dr. Brett Donaldson and Dr. Ryann Donaldson at Grand Vision Center in Katy are therapeutic Optometrists and optometric glaucoma specialists providing comprehensive eye care for adults and children.
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Grand Vision provides Katy and the surrounding communities with comprehensive eye health care for adults and children. We stay abreast of the most recent advances in all aspects of eye care, from the latest in eyewear lenses to new procedures for contact lens or laser vision correction. We accept medical and vision insurance.
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Dr. Brett and Dr. Ryann Donaldson are a dynamic duo of brothers and therapeutic optometrists providing patients in Katy and the surrounding communities with the highest quality eye care. Both are graduates of the University of Houston – College of Optometry graduating just one year apart from each other.
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Since 1999, we have been serving Katy and the surrounding communities with comprehensive eye health exams for adults and children. In addition to Grand Vision’s patient care in the office is our commitment to community programs, partnerships and involvement. Read more about our community involvement.
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Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
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If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.