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COVID-19 Policy/Procedures Update

We will be temporarily closed on Saturday mornings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus and recommendations set forth by the United States Center for Disease Control, Kimberly Eye Clinic will be rescheduling all general eye exams from Monday, March 23 through Monday, April 13th, 2020. On Monday, April 13th we will reassess the situation. At that time, it is possible that we may need to postpone general exams for an even longer period of time.

We will continue to see those in need of urgent care and post-operative visits by appointment only. Previously ordered glasses and contact lenses can be picked up at the clinic but we will limit the number of people allowed inside. If you need care or assistance, please call the clinic at 920-733-0919.

We appreciate your understanding and working with us to slow the spread of this aggressive and deadly virus. By working together to postpone routine care, we may save a life.