Due to the Ontario Optometrist Job Action, all OHIP covered eye exams (including under 19 years old, and over 65 years old, Diabetics and patients with eye diseases) will be temporarily unavailable from September 1, 2021. See the website: Saveeyecare.ca, and check back for updates on availability. Thank you for your understanding at this time.
Eye Test in Ottawa
We have some exciting news!
We are now accepting Current and New patients during the current pandemic. These are unprecedented times and as always, our top priority is to keep you safe and healthy while you are with us. In response to COVID-19 we are following additional safety precautions. These are the changes that you can expect when you come in for your next appointment:
An intake form will be provided by email or phone to ensure proper flow through the office.
Patients must come to their appointments alone. If you need assistance, we ask that you only bring one caregiver. We also ask that you show up at the exact time of your appointment. If you arrive early, please wait in your car, until your appointment time. This is to ensure that there is enough space in the office for us to safely distance.
Everyone 3 years or older must wear a facial covering/mask when coming to the office.
Before you enter the office you will be asked a Covid-19 screening questionnaire, your temperature will be taken, and hand sanitizer will be provided. Please wear a mask to your appointment.
We will be wearing masks, safety glasses, and some team members will be wearing face shields for everyone’s safety and protection.
Increased disinfecting procedures on all machines, equipment, and surfaces areas around the office meet and exceed guidelines from the College of Optometrists and Ministry of Health.
To ensure comprehensive exams, our new office policy recommends digital retinal imaging on all patients age 6 years and older.
The optical will be by appointments only, to ensure proper distancing. All frames and surfaces will be disinfected between patients.
When repairs are required, we will provide our curbside service to maintain social distancing.
Absolutely no food or beverages allowed in the office.
We look forward to seeing you at the office.
Our office is located at 2310 St. Laurent Blvd., Suite #311 Ottawa, Ontario.
At Conroy Optometric Centre, we’re dedicated to providing our patients with top-quality service from our optometrists & opticians in Ottawa and in the surrounding area. We proudly perform comprehensive eye exams and can detect a number of conditions.
We specialize in:
- Eye Examinations
- Glaucoma testing (with intra ocular pressures)
- Binocular vision assessment
- Visual field assessment
- Contact Lenses
- Single/Bifocal/Progressive Lenses
- Sports Frames
- Fundus Photos
- OCT (optical coherence tomography)
- Pre & Post Refractive Laser Surgery Care
- And more!
We offer an extensive variety of eye tests/exams to meet your needs, including:
- Visual Field Tests
- MOT Vision Test
- Colour Vision Test
- RCMP Vision Test
- Police/ Fireman Vision Test
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Our comprehensive treatment doesn’t end after diagnosing. We have a wide variety of designer frames and lenses including single vision, bifocal, progressive and occupational lenses.
If you have questions about what an Ottawa-based optometrist or optician can do for you, give us a call or send us an email. One of our helpful staff will be happy to answer your questions or concerns. Make sure that you bring your current eye-glass if you are using one to our clinic during your eye test in Ottawa.
Read more about general safety tips for contact lens and also other articles in our blog section.
Conroy Optometric Centre
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Conroy Optometric Center is a proud participant in the Eye See…Eye Learn® program.
Eye See…Eye Learn® provides comprehensive eye exams by local Doctors of Optometry to junior kindergarten students in participating school regions. The eye exams are covered under provincial health insurance (or OHIP) when you show your child’s health card. This means that there is no out-of-pocket cost for the eye exam.