Welcome Dr. Alicia Kim!
October 1, 2021
EyeCare About Eyes is pleased to welcome Dr. Alicia Kim to our practice to care for your eyes. Dr. Alicia is a Northern Virginia native who earned her doctorate of optometry from the State University of New York College of Optometry following her Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech. She is residency trained in Primary Care with emphasis in Ocular Disease, and practices full scope optometry.
Dr. Alicia is happy to care for your eyes especially while Dr. Lily Chen is away on maternity leave.
Click here to read more about Dr. Alicia Kim.
Schedule Your Appointment!
September 10, 2020
EyeCare About Eyes is accepting appointments for new and returning patients for all eye care services. Please note that appointments still need to be made for eye wear orders even if you already have a prescription, eye wear adjustments/repairs, and even eye wear pick ups.
New patients are encouraged to electronically fill out the New Patient Form prior to their appointment.
We look forward to serving you and thank you kindly for choosing us for your eye care needs!
We Are Open for Routine Eye Care Services!
May 11, 2020
Thank you for your patience as we have really missed caring for our patients! Please know that:
We are continuing our sanitation protocols before and after each patient, including sanitizing the exam room, medical equipment, and all eyeglass frames
Appointments must be made for all visits including eyewear pick-ups, however we are offering curbside pick up - give us a call upon arrival and we will bring your order out to you
Appointments are separated to minimize the number of people in the office at one time, and ask that you only bring someone with you if necessary
New Patient Form should be filled out online prior to your eye appointment
All staff and doctors are equipped with PPE (personal protective equipment), and we thank you for wearing your mask and allowing us to check your temperature with a non-contact thermometer upon arrival
If you are feeling ill or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms like shortness of breath, fever, new loss of taste/smell, your appointment will be postponed to a future date. If you are in need for urgent eye care, our doctor may be available for you via telehealth.
Office Updates re: COVID-19
April 9, 2020
We really miss providing eye exams and styling you in the perfect frames! However, with the peak of COVID-19 estimated to arrive in the coming weeks, we feel more comfortable continuing to hold off on routine eye care. We hope to be available for routine eye care including contact lens evaluations starting on May 1st.
In the mean time if you are experiencing an ocular emergency like sudden loss of vision, flashes of lights or floaters, eye pain, or have had eye trauma, please do not hesitate to contact us. We'd rather you speak to or see your eye care professional who has all the proper equipment for evaluation for your eye problem rather than visiting the emergency department. Allow us to focus on your eye concerns so the ER/urgent care providers can focus on their specialties. Currently, all visits to EyeCare About Eyes must be scheduled.
If your glasses have broken, please contact us so that we may safely provide a fix or replacement.
Any contact lens orders will be sent directly to you with FREE shipping! (no minimum) Contact us to help you place an order.
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