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To Our Valued Patients, It is with great excitement that our office has re-opened as of Monday, May 11, 2020. This will be accomplished by following the guidelines presented by the Alberta Government and Public Health Authorities. Our dedication to protect the health and well-being of our patient's and staff has always been and will always be our first concern. Please be advised to protect all involved in our clinic, we will be requesting:

As always, thank you for placing your trust in I-Care Family Vision & Eye Care and for your understanding during these trying times. Dr. Abdo Kattan and the I-Care Staff are wishing you and your family good health. We are all in this together.  

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Emergency Eye Care Services: Treatment for Eye Injuries and Infections in Stony Plain, AB

I-Care Family Vision & Eyecare Provides Emergency Eye Care Services

Eye Injuries and Infections in Stony Plain, AB

I-Care Family Vision & Eyecare offers emergency services. Dr. Kattan offers emergency services that require immediate and urgent eye care. If your eye is injured, don’t try to judge the severity of it. Immediately seek the opinion of an eye doctor to lessen the risk of hurting your vision. We understand ocular emergencies can arise at any time.

Please call our office: (780)-968-3030 for further instructions. Use your best judgment on urgency, if you feel your need to find the nearest emergency room.

Call Us! 780-968-3030

 

Symptoms that require emergency service include, but are not limited to:

  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Sudden double vision
  • Sudden red/painful eye
  • Pink Eye
  • New onset flashes and/or floaters
  • Foreign body in the eye (especially metal or chemicals)

Things NOT to do while waiting for professional medical assistance:

  • DO NOT press on an injured eye or allow the victim to rub the eye(s).
  • DO NOT attempt to remove a foreign body that is resting on the cornea (the clear surface of the eye through which we see) or that appears to be embedded in any part of the eye.
  • DO NOT use dry cotton (including cotton swabs) or sharp instruments (such as tweezers) on the eye.
  • DO NOT attempt to remove an embedded object.

DO call our office at (780) 968-3030 for further instructions! We are here for you!