Monthly Archives: April 2020
Give a Gift. Save 30%.
SHOPPING MADE EASIER. South Jersey Eye Associates is offering 30% off when you buy a gift certificate*—for a member of your family, a friend, or even for yourself—between April 6th and May 6th.
Call the office at 856-455-5500 (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM) to order yours. Gift certificates will be mailed.
*Restrictions apply. Offer cannot be used on packaged promotions (including sales) or with insurance. Costa and Maui Jim eyewear brands are excluded. Gift Certificates purchased under this promotion can be redeemed after June 1, 2020.
COVID-19 Update: Modified Office Hours
In response to the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, South Jersey Eye Associates will be modifying our office hours starting Monday, April 6, 2020. These hours will remain in effect until Thursday, April 30, 2020.
SJEA MODIFIED OFFICE HOURS
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Our office staff will continue to process orders and answer your phone calls. Feel free to leave a message should you need to contact us off-hours.
Dr. Brandon Wuzzardo will remain available for emergency and Virtual Eyecare* visits for the duration of this crisis. Unfortunately, we are unable to schedule routine eye exams at this time.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Enter our virtual waiting room at www.southjerseyeye.com
If you should experience an ocular emergency outside of our office or Virtual Eyecare hours, please contact South Jersey Eye Associates’ main number at 856-455-5500 and follow the prompts for assistance.
We are here for you and look forward to seeing you soon!
April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month
Observed in April and sponsored by Prevent Blindness, Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month is designed to educate women about what they can do to help stop vision loss.
Women tend to put the health of others first before themselves, however, their health should be a priority, especially as it relates to vision. Studies show…
- More women then men have cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration
- Women have a higher prevalence of dry eye than men
- Women are at higher risk for eye disease than men
- Hormone changes from pregnancy, perimenopause or menopause, may affect women’s vision.
Some tips for women to follow to protect their vision, include:
- Stop smoking
- Wear sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat
- Avoid sharing eye cosmetics
- Advise your eye doctor if you are pregnant
- If you notice any changes in your vision, contact your eye doctor immediately
- Schedule a regular comprehensive dilated eye exam
We look forward to seeing you soon.