Operating under normal business hours as of 5/11/2020.

All patients are requested to come alone, unless you are a minor, have a disability, or any other special circumstance.

We also are requesting everyone wear a mask, and everyone entering the office will receive a COVID-19 screen.

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Covid-19 Update

We are currently open, but working with reduced hours and reduced staff.

Doors are locked in the office, so please don’t come to the office prior to talking to a Woodard Eye Care staff.

If you have an eye emergency or urgent eye issue please call or text 336-227-4448. We will try to respond to your need as soon as we can. Both Doctors are also available by cell phone ( available on voice mail). Text message and the form on our Contact Us page are the preferred communication during this time.

Urgent and emergent eye issues include the following:

  • Headaches
  • Broken glasses
  • Double vision
  • Flashes
  • Floaters
  • Loss of vision
  • Veils, curtains, spider webs in vision
  • Infection
  • Trauma
  • Pain
  • Something in eye ( foreign body)

These all are issues that should be addressed by an eye professional, please do not go to the Emergency Room during the COVID-19 pandemic with eye issues.

We are following these guidelines until 04/30/2020.

Thank you for understanding during this time. We will all get through the COVID-19 pandemic, and pray everyone stays safe.