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Fig Garden Optometry will be closed March 17th to April 3rd

Updated March 16th

Given the information from the CDC and following the actions of our governor and our state professional association, we feel compelled to CLOSE our office to all “non-urgent / non-essential” services.

We are convinced the best way forward as a community is to exercise extreme caution and careful social-distancing for the remainder of this month.

The office phone WILL be answered during the regular work hours and our doctors will be on-call and available 24/7.  If you have an URGENT concern with your eyes or vision, we want to know.   If your care requires examination, we will meet you at the office and you will be seen in a safe and clean manner with the doctor and at least one other staff member.  If you’d like to make an appointment for April 6th-onward, we can accommodate that as well.

It is our hope that these days of uncertainty will draw us toward a steady, thoughtful, caring and reasoned approach to our fragile natures and our approach to the communities we live within.  While it is not a time to ‘panic’ – we can play a part in reducing the severity and impact of this disease on the most vulnerable among us.

Donna Goebel, Jeffrey Krohn and Alesha Jensen, ODs—-Fig Garden Optometry