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COVID-19 Alert

We have resumed normal operations. We want you to know you’re safe when you visit our clinic. That’s our primary concern. We’re limiting exposure and working to prevent the possible spread of the coronavirus.

 

Whether you’re coming to our clinic for an eye exam or an optical appointment, here are some important things to know:

 

  • You MUST wear an appropriate cloth or surgical face mask during your visit. Please bring an appropriate covering with you to your appointment. No scarves, bandanas or neck gaiters.
  • Visitor access to the building is limited to patients only. There are two exceptions, for one parent with a minor child and for one caregiver with a patient with an activated power of attorney.
  • We’re practicing social distancing.
  • We’re offering curbside check-in.
  • Public waiting rooms have been eliminated. You should expect to move directly from the comfort and safety of your vehicle to the location of your appointment.
  • Patients see only their care team during a visit.
  • Exam rooms are sanitized before and after each visit. That extensive cleaning extends throughout the clinic.
  • Everyone – patients and staff – has their temperature taken before entering the building, and our staff is screened before and after each shift.

 

We continue to monitor information from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization and the American Academy of Ophthalmology for up-to-the-minute guidance on best practices in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

We appreciate your continued understanding, cooperation and patience during this unprecedented world public health emergency.

 

Please call 877-462-9465 to request an appointment for an eye exam or 920-327-7000 to request an appointment for optical or contact lens services.

 

COVID-19 FAQs

BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists offers a full range of ophthalmology and vision services

We have a highly trained, collaborative team of ophthalmologists, most of whom specialize in one aspect of eye health. We have cornea, glaucoma, retina, pediatric, oculoplastic and refractive surgery specialists.

 

BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists offers more specialty services than any other provider in northeastern Wisconsin. It is the largest ophthalmology practice north of Milwaukee, with six locations in northeastern Wisconsin.

 

It was the first clinic in the area to offer custom LASIK refractive surgery for correcting vision and to provide iris implants for damaged eyes.

 

What services are offered by BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists?

What conditions are treated by BayCare Clinic Eye Specialists?

How do I get to the clinic?

Here is a guide to our locations in Green Bay, Manitowoc, Oconto Falls, Marinette, Sturgeon Bay and Kewaunee.

 

The following links provide mobile-friendly maps that can be printed if desired.

 

Green Bay: 2253 W. Mason St., just west of Interstate 41.

 

Manitowoc: 4801 Expo Drive, near the intersection of Interstate 43 and Highway 151.

 

Oconto Falls: 323 E. Highland Drive, Suite 8, just west of Highway 22.

 

Marinette: 1400 University Drive, Suite 101, near the NWTC Marinette campus.

 

Sturgeon Bay: 30 N. 18th Ave., Building 7, just west of the Door County YMCA.

 

Kewaunee: 1217 Ellis St., west of downtown on Highway 29.

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BayCare Clinic, baycare.net, is the largest physician-owned specialty-care clinic in northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. It is based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. BayCare Clinic offers expertise in more than 20 specialties, with more than 100 physicians serving in 16 area communities. BayCare Clinic is a joint partner in Aurora BayCare Medical Center, a 167-bed, full-service hospital. Follow BayCare Clinic on Facebook and Twitter.