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Exciting News!

Prairie Eye Clinic is proud to announce that we are now accepting non-urgent cases!

On Friday, April 24th, the CDC announced that non-emergent surgeries and procedures are now allowed, effective immediately.

This is great news for our patients that have had non-emergent conditions. At Prairie Eye Clinic we know that importance of caring for our patients with vision problems and to provide safe and effective care. In order to ensure the safety of our staff and patients, our clinic adopted and implemented high level safety protocols in mid-March.

We have missed our patients! The staff and doctors are excited to get back to serving the eye care needs for Vermillion and the surround area! Please be patient, as scheduling will be a bit different due to social distancing and sanitizing. We want our clinic environment to be welcoming and safe for all!

We now use UV disinfection on each frame to sanitize before and after our patients try them on.
The wand uses UV-C rays to eliminate harmful bacteria and viruses.
We will also use this technique when we prepare your glasses for dispensing.