In Focus and Dr. Morrison take the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously. In order to be of help to the greater good of the country we were closed to all routine care in April 2020. All patients were rescheduled except for emergent and urgent patients. 

We are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of sanitization as we begin to see our patients again in May 2020 and beyond, and are following both CDC and American Optometric Associations recommendations closely. Please read the following to see what we are doing in order to keep you safe. 

1.) Scheduling: Because we are a concierge practice, we only see 1 patient per hour to give them our undivided attention and time. In May, we will continue with a 1 patient per hour schedule to avoid patient interaction. 

2.) Sanitization of Surfaces: We will continue to sanitize all surfaces in between each patient with medical-grade cleaner. We will leave 30 minutes to 1 hour in between appointments for full sanitization of our office: waiting room, testing equipment, and exam room before the next patient arrives.

3.) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): All staff and Dr. Morrison will wear masks. We ask every patient to also wear a mask or face covering in to their appointment. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you.

4.) Temperature Check: Patients temperature will be taken upon entering the office. 

We kindly ask that patients adhere to the following protocols: 

1.) Please arrive to your appointment alone. If you are under 18 you may be accompanied by one guardian. Exceptions may be made if needed. Please contact us if you require assistance. 

2.) Please wear a mask or face covering to your appointment. If you do not have a mask one will be provided to you.

3.) For those who have yet to undergo insertion and removal training for their specialty contact lenses, we are asking to watch the videos on our website and practice at home before arriving at the appointment. This limits the interaction time between you and the Doctor. 

4.) If you, or anyone you have come into contact with, has tested positive for COVID-19 or has a fever of 100 degrees or more, please call to reschedule your appointment for a later date.