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Dear Patients, I hope you are all having a wonderful start to 2023! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
The team and I will be taking vacation from this Tuesday to the following Tuesday so from 01/03/2022-01/09/2023. We will be back in the office on Tuesday 1/10/2023. If you call in please leave a voicemail or send us an email. See you all back in a week.
the year passed by so quick and I can't believe we are in Q4 already!
we will be taking a 1 week vacation from Wed 09/14/2022- Tue 09/20/2022 before we gear up for end of the year. We will be returning Wed afternoon 09/21/2022 at 2:00pm. If you call in please leave a voicemail or send me an email directly and I will address your inquiries.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
As we ring in the new year our office will be taking a week off for some vacation time from 01/03/2022-01/11/2022. We will be returning Wed 01/12/2022 to see you all in the new year!
June 15th, 2021
We are elated that the state is opening up today Tuesday June 15th 2021! To continually to help ensure your safety, we as health care providers will still require mask wear in office. We will still be donning masks and maintain the safety and sanitation measures put in place during the pandemic. We will continue to do so as we monitor how rolling back pandemic measures overall affects our neighborhood. You may however remove masks to try on frames and for portions of testing in the office when needed. When you are working and speaking with staff, we ask you to have masks on. We look forward to seeing and welcoming more of you all back!
~ TEAM CUPERTINO OPTOMETRY
May 1st ,2020
Happy first day of May!
As updated from 04/29/2020, from Santa Clara County's newest revisions for Shelter in place, comprehensive routine eye exams are able be performed again. Please refer to this link:https://www.sccgov.org/sites/covid19/Pages/public-health-orders.aspxand
"I’m a medical provider – am I allowed to remain open for preventive and non-urgent care?Yes, if you are a medical provider your office is encouraged to remain open. Under the Order, all medical services, including routine and preventive care, are considered essential. This includes, but is not limited to, mental health services, immunizations, well-woman exams, allergy shots, eye exams, physical therapy, and surgeries. With the exception of dental services, preventive and non-urgent care should generally not be deferred (please see the following FAQ regarding dental services). Many visits involve exams or procedures that must be done in person, but practitioners are encouraged to conduct appointments remotely via phone or telemedicine when it is appropriate and feasible to do so."
This is also in alignment with the American Optometric Association's latest update from 04/24/2020. Please refer to this link: https://www.aoa.org/coronavirus
"As doctors of optometry prepare to resume delivery of complete, comprehensive eye health and vision care under a new phase of the nation's continuing COVID-19 pandemic response, the AOA recommends that clinical judgment and practice operations should be informed by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) reopening guidance of April 19 and the Opening Up America Again plan, as well as all state, state board and local health directives.
The AOA has confirmed with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) officials that the agency's March 17 nationwide recommendation to postpone routine eye care is no longer in effect, and that CMS's specific guidance on reopening facilities to provide nonemergent and non-COVID-19 health care is in force. Under this framework, state-by-state decisions will guide when and how doctors and practices can resume delivery of complete, comprehensive care.?"
The office will resume seeing patients for full eye exams starting next Thursday,05/07/2020, Friday, closed Saturday. Regular weekly schedule will resume on Tuesday 05/12/2020 including Saturdays.
Temperatures will be checked with a non contact thermometer at the reception area when entering the office.We will maintain social distance protocols within the office in areas that have been marked off and be abiding sanitizing protocols for all surfaces a patient interacts with. Please come in wearing masks otherwise one will be provided for you to wear in office. All staff and Dr. Yang will be masked and gloved.
We will be looking forward to seeing you all again as well as new faces! I know a lot has changed in the world and we will all get through this together in the new " normal" !
~Team Cupertino Optometry
I hope you are all well staying safe and healthy! Our Shelter in Place has been extended till May 3rd so the office will be remaining closed for the majority of the weeks to come. Again, for pick up of glasses or contacts or emergency cases the office will be open on Thursdays or Fridays by appointment only between the times of 10-3pm. Phone calls will be re-routed to Dr. Yang if you have an urgent matter and cannot wait, please call her and she will address it promptly. Please keep up the positive mindsets and attitudes and the office wishes to see everyone back in May!
Dr. Yang will be open for tele-medicine inquiries. Whether red eyes, dryness, itchiness please call the google voice number: 408-800-5796 for consultation and for further direction of care.
~Team Cupertino Optometry
MARCH 17,2020 SHELTER IN PLACE ANNOUNCEMENT
In light of the Shelter in Place that has been placed on Santa Clara County, and with strong recommendations from the California Optometry Association, Cupertino Optometry will be in compliance and closed until Tuesday, April 7th 2020. Unless there is new instruction, we plan to re-open Wednesday, April 8th 2020.In any case that there is an ocular emergency, phone calls will be directed via call forwarding to Dr. Yang and she will do phone consultation for whether an office visit will be needed. Any glasses or contact lens orders placed prior to the Shelter in Place, patients will be contacted for pick up on specific dates when they are ready, otherwise they will be ready for pick up in office April 8,2020. Any existing appointments in March, we will help reschedule to beyond April 7, 2020. Lastly, we wish all for you to stay safe in these trying times, to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and hand sanitization. Embrace each day with an open heart, positive mind and kindness. We wish for our community to have a speedy recovery and BEAT COVID- 19!
-Team Cupertino Optometry
From the moment you arrive, we hope you will find an inviting office filled with friendly faces, state-of-the-art technology, and fashions from trendy to traditional. We love what we do, and we want all our patients to see their best, look their best, and to stay healthy.
Our goal is to take exceptional care of your eyes when you are with us, empower you to guard your eyesight, and see your life experiences as vibrantly as you can.
Cupertino Optometry is a full-service, family eye clinic for ages 6 months to beyond. In addition to general optometry, we treat medical issues with the eyes and accept major medical insurances. We also operate a large boutique optical, accept major vision insurance plans, and have a large contact lens clinic with many specialty contacts lenses.
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10680 S. De Anza Blvd. Suite C
Cupertino, CA 95014
OFFICE CLOSED IN COMPLIANCE
TO SHELTER IN PLACE UNITL 4/8/2020
Tuesday: 11 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday: 11 AM - 7 PM
Thursday: 11 AM - 7 PM
Friday: 10AM - 6 PM
Saturday: 8 AM - 4 PM
Sunday & Monday: Closed
We are tucked behind Aqui, hidden in the professional building.