COVID-19 Protocols

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The Wait is Over… Eye Exams are Back!

We are excited to return to our new “normal” and have missed all of our wonderful patients! The safety and well-being of our patients, staff, and doctors are our top priority. We want you to feel safe and confident when you enter through the doors of our clinic. This is why we have carefully taken into account several new enhanced safety protocols that we will be implementing for the foreseeable future.

If you have any questions or need assistance creating an account, contact our office at 289-309-1090 or [email protected] and one of our knowledgeable staff members will be able to assist you.

Before Your Appointment

  • Fill out intake forms sent to you by email.
  • Please arrive alone to your appointment.
  • We will not be taking walk-ins.
  • Please ask about our tele-optometry services!

During Your Appointment

  • Please wear a mask or face covering to your appointment. If you do not have one, we will provide one at minimal cost.
  • Sanitize your hands on arrival.
  • Appointment times will be spread further apart.
  • Patient chairs are at least 6 feet apart from each other in the optical and reception area.
  • Patients will keep 6 feet apart from other patients.
  • Please do not touch display frames.

What We’re Doing to Protect You

  • Every surface is disinfected before and after your appointment.
  • We offer contactless payment systems.
  • All staff members are wearing PPE masks/face shields and gloves.
  • No reading material will be in the reception area.
  • We deep clean our office at the end of every day.

Our Location in Stoney Creek

Where to Find Us?

You can find Perception Eyecare in the Southmount Health Care Centre in the Fortinos Plaza.

Where To Park?

We’re located in a standalone health centre with ample free parking on 3 sides of the building.

Our Address

35 Upper Centennial Parkway,
Unit 1B

Stoney Creek, ON L8J 3W2

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

Monday
9 AM5 PM
Tuesday
10 AM7 PM
Wednesday
9 AM5 PM
Thursday
10 AM7 PM
Friday
9 AM5 PM
Saturday
9 AM2 PM
Sunday
Closed

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