Coronavirus (COVID-19) UPDATE:

We offer TELEMED for urgent eye issues for our patients that are not comfortable coming into the office.

What is urgent?
1. Chemical in the eye within the last hour
2. Sudden loss or decrease in vision
3. Foreign body in the eye, injury or forceful trauma to the eye or orbit
4. Sudden onset of persistent, severe pain in or around the eye or with movement
5. Sudden onset of significant flashes of light or floaters
6. Sudden onset of double vision
7. Sudden onset of drooping eyelid
8. Severe contact lens related pain or loss of vision
9. Follow up care of ocular surgery within the last two weeks

We can deliver curbside or ship or come in at your descretion.

We will be answering phone calls to address any eye issues, and for patients who need to order glasses or contacts.

The safety of our patients and staff remains our highest priority!
Your health and safety are our top priorities, and at the heart of every decision we make. We believe it is critical to do our part to help reduce the transmission of COVID-19.

We are diligently following guidance and best practices advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Academies of Optometry(AOA) and Ophthalmology (AAO).

All of us here sincerely hope that you, your family and friends are all healthy during these stressful times. Our office is open during this time of Covid-19 outbreak, BUT we are taking extra precautions to keep our patients and staff safe.

1.When you come into the office, we are going to ask you to wash your hands. (please don't be offended, we are following CDC guidelines)
2.When we hand you the clipboard and pen, please know that the clipboard has been thoroughly sanitized and the pen is yours to keep. (if you wish not to keep the pen, we will sterilize it for the next patient)
3.There will be no more magazines in the office for the time being. (this will cut down on multiple hands touching and spreading germs.)
4.We will have a bottle of sanitizer and wipes at the front desk. If you should need one, please help yourself.
5.Starting today when we schedule exams, we are going to space out patients as much as possible to minimize the number of people in the office at one time.
6.We ask that you come to your exam by yourself, or at least minimize the number of guests. If you have people come with you, please ask them to look around LensCrafters or other places in the mall so that our small office complies with Social Distancing.
7.If you have a Contact Lens Exam, you will receive a trial of contact lens solution to use while in the office, instead of using a large communal bottle.

We are doing what we can to look after your health and your vision, and as always, we appreciate you being our patient.

We need your support to weather this storm and take care of your team! We would love to supply you with contact lenses, back up glasses (measurements on file), vitamins, allergy drops, or gift certificates.

We will do all that we can to continue to provide our patients with the best possible vision during this difficult time, and we will get through this together! Please feel free to contact us if we can help in any way.

We wish everyone good health during this pandemic. STAY SAFE!

Best wishes for good health and stay safe,
Dr. Dan Stadelman, Dr Margaret Phillips and Staff


Contact Lens Wear is Safe, however:
• Proper Hand Washing is Essential.
• Disinfect Contact Lenses.
• Discontinue Lens Wear Only if Sick.

Also remember to:
• Disinfect Your Eyeglasses.
• Eyeglasses are Not Proven to Offer Protection.

• Mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough, and difficulty breathing
• Symptoms may appear in as few as 2 or as long as 14 days.

• Spreads person to person through small droplets from nose or mouth when a person with COVID-19 coughs or exhales.
• Can catch the virus by touching objects and surfaces that droplets have landed on and then touching eyes, nose or mouth.

Steps to take to minimize risk:
• Wash hand with soap & water for at least 20 seconds
• Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
• Avoid close contact with people that are sick.
• Stay home when you are sick.
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw away.
• Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze with your elbow or a tissue will greatly reduce the number of germs that are able to spread to people and objects around you. Even if your illness doesn't seem very bad to you, it could be much more serious for someone who catches your germs.

What Is Social Distancing? Social distancing is a way to keep people from interacting closely or frequently enough to spread an infectious disease. Here in the office we're asking you to not sit next to each other to observe Social Distancing. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations, please be respectful of others boundaries.

READ MORE about Coronavirus Eye Safety
(CDC) Center for Disease Control ➤
(AOA) American Optometric Association ➤
(AAO) American Academy of Ophthalmology ➤

Lifetime Eyehealth Associates
1718 E. Kimberly Rd.
Davenport, IA 52807
(563) 355-3912
Lifetime Eyehealth Associates 1718 E. Kimberly Rd. Davenport, IA 52807 Phone: (563) 355-3912

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