COVID-19 Protocols

Updated 11/11/2021

For patients visiting Oklahoma Eye Surgeons, we are committed to the highest standards
to ensure the safety and well-being of all patients, visitors and staff.

We screen to protect you, your families, and our staff:

We screen all employees daily – anyone with symptoms of a possible respiratory
illness is not allowed to work until they are better.

We screen on arrival all patients and visitors for symptoms of possible COVID-19.

All patients and visitors are screened prior to and upon arrival, and if symptomatic, will not be
permitted to enter the building.

We clean our hands and spaces and make it easy for you to do the same:

We have increased the frequency and intensity of cleaning of all high touch
areas throughout the office.

We require frequent hand-cleaning, and have added hand sanitizer
stations so patients and staff can clean their hands easily and frequently.

We protect everyone in our environment:

We require all employees and unvaccinated patients/guests to wear a mask at all times while in the building. 

We understand there is no longer a state mask mandate; however,

there are exceptions for medical facilities.

All non-essential guests must wait in their vehicles while our
patients are being cared for by our doctors and staff.

Only one essential visitor is permitted to accompany each patient.

Essential visitors are defined as:

Support persons for patients:
One family member
Two (2) parents of patients who are under the age of 18 years old
Attorneys of patients
Companions for patients with intellectual and/or physical disabilities

Vendors and contractors whose urgent, non-deferrable services are deemed
essential for the functioning of Oklahoma Eye Surgeons activities.

Emergency Services Personnel (e.g., EMS, Fire, Law Enforcement)

All other visitors are considered non-essential.