May 25, 2020


As we reopen and resume patient care, we are making a lot of changes to ensure the safety of patients and staff.  We want everyone to feel safe at our office.  The main goals are to minimize the number of people inside of the office to allow for social distancing, and hygiene/disinfection.  In order to facilitate those goals here are some changes you will encounter on your next visit:

- Front doors will remain locked at all times.  Only those with an appointment will be allowed in.  Appointment will be required for an exam/office visit, picking up glasses and/or contact lenses, frame adjustments, and browsing for new glasses.  

- For pick-ups, patients may also call us from the front door, or pull up into the driveway near our entrance and we can bring it out to you.

- Only patients with an appointment will be allowed in.  Please do not bring guests to your appointment.  For minors or those needing assistance, one parent/guardian or aide may accompany the patient. 

- Upon entering, everyone will be asked to wash their hands in the restroom, or use the hand sanitizer at the front desk.

- Face mask or face covering is required to enter and must be worn at all times.  Without a mask or covering, your appointment will unfortunately have to be rescheduled.

- When browsing for frames, our optician will help you.  Please allow our optician to pull frames off the board or display that you'd like to try on.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding of our new office policies!  We are excited to return and help our patients! 



May 22, 2020

Our entire team is excited to announce the office reopening May 26th!

We're working very diligently to make the office as safe as possible for our patients for the opening.

Some of the changes we've made are adding sneeze guards at reception desk, optical dispensing tables, and exam room instruments. Masks will be required for everyone inside the office. Seating has been spaced out to ensure proper social distancing. Hand sanitizer bottles are placed throughout the office for easy access. Surface areas and common touch areas will be cleaned and disinfected regularly. Exam appointments will be spaced out to minimize the number of people inside. We're scheduling appointments for the optical. Curbside pick up orders will be available.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during our office closure. We're looking forward to serving you very soon!



March 30, 2020

Our office is temporarily closed until further notice.

We will open our office once the CDC and WA COVID-19 Guidelines allow us to do so. 

Please be mindful of social distancing, proper hygiene, and remain at home as much as possible.

For urgent matters or questions please e-mail . or call 206.522.3131 to leave a message.



March 17, 2020

Wallingford Eye Care will be closing starting Wednesday March 18th through March 31st until further notice.

We have decided to close for the next 2 weeks in order to do our part in protecting our patients, staff, and community from further spread of COVID-19.

We have been practicing proper hygiene, and disinfecting the office to keep everyone safe. However, as the situation in our community worsens, we need to take a more drastic action.

We apologize to anyone who will be inconvenienced by our closure, but public safety is of upmost importance at this time.

If you have an urgent eye matter, please call our office to leave a voicemail message 206.522.3131 or e-mail at . with your concerns. 

Please be careful, be mindful of others, and stay safe.

We look forward to resuming our office hours, and serving you soon.




March 16, 2020

To Our Family of Patients,

We want you to know that we are following the current events of COVID-19 virus closely. The health and safety of our patients and staff are of upmost importance. We understand that our community is on alert, and want to face it head on. Under the guidance of the CDC, we are taking the following precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and staff:

- All community surfaces (doorknobs, handles, pens, etc.) will be wiped down hourly with approved disinfectant.

- All exam room equipment, instruments, surfaces will be cleaned with disinfectant between each patient.

- All employees are required to sanitize hands, chairs, counter tops, and any other surface between patients. As well as, disinfect glasses between patients.

- Any employee displaying flu-like symptoms is required to stay home and seek medical attention.

- Any patient with fever and/or flu-like symptoms will be asked to reschedule their appointment.

- For patients who need a driver, or assistance we ask they only bring 1 guest with them.

- We are requesting that everyone wash their hands for 20 seconds.

Wallingford Eye Care is taking all precautions necessary to keep our space healthy for you to receive the best eye care possible. We will remain open unless there is a state of emergency and we are advised differently. Thank you for your cooperation.

Dr. Susan Roh and Staff


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