Fireworks Eye Safety

July 2, 2020

The numbers are clear: Fireworks are dangerous and July 4 is an especially risky time for eye injuries. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's most recent annual fireworks injury report (PDF) fireworks caused five deaths and 9,100 injuries in 2018. Nearly two-thirds of the fireworks injuries treated in emergency rooms happened between mid-June and mid-July...

Safety at Home: Preventing Eye Injuries

June 25, 2020

Did you know that about half of all eye injuries happen right at home?

Home activities that can injure your eyes include:

Cleaning - Chemicals like bleach in household cleaning products cause 125,000 eye injuries each year.
Home Improvement - Screws, nails and hand tools can launch into the air—and into your eyes. Power tools can also send wood chips or other substances flying into the air....

All Clinics Open ---Schedule an Appointment Today!

June 18, 2020

Spokane Eye Clinic is open and ready to care for all your vision needs. While we stayed open for emergent and urgent eyecare, the shutdowns did have an affect of some of our services and locations...

Coronavirus and Spokane Eye Clinic

March 9, 2020

While the coronavirus continues to be a concern for our area, your vision is our number one priority. We are keeping a close eye on the virus and doing everything we can to prevent an outbreak in our region. Whether it is the new coronavirus or the yearly flu virus, all of our clinics operate in tandem and ensure surfaces are sanitized and common areas, restrooms, and exam rooms frequently wiped down. We are asking our patients

Important Information on Coronavirus

February 5, 2020

The coronavirus has not made serious landfall here in the states, and federal agencies are doing everything they can to ensure the virus does not spread to our region. While there is no reason to stoke fear or panic, it is always important to inform the public how to stay safe from the Coronavirus in the case of any issues in our region...