Make An Appointment
To make an appointment at our Chandler, AZ office, please enter "Sight On Site" in the Company field and choose EYE EXAM or NON EYE EXAM accordingly. You can also text or call our office at 480-331-6360. Availability will vary by week.
If we are coming to your office or community event, enter the clinic name supplied to you by your event coordinator (often your company name). As you start typing, the clinic name should be available to choose from. Make sure you click on your clinic name once it pops up or it will not work. Once you choose your clinic you will be able to select the dates and times that are available for your clinic. If we are not yet set up to come to your office or event, or you cannot locate your clinic name, please contact us.
If you need any assistance, please call to schedule over the phone at 480-331-6360 or email [email protected]After you schedule, please log into our patient portal to do your paperwork at https://www.soseyecare.com/portal/
Protecting your Eyes & our Community
We’ve created an experience that prioritizes hygiene and safety without sacrificing our quality of care.
We will continue to be an appointment-only office to make it easy to maintain social distancing. Please come alone to your appointment. One additional family member will be permitted if necessary.
HAND & RESPIRATORY HYGIENE
Doctors and associates are operating with protective equipment. For our safety and yours, all patients and customers will be required to wear a mask for all Doctor appointments and any face-to-face interactions (measurements, certain adjustments, etc).
Doctors and associates are thoroughly cleaning their hands before every patient and customer interaction.
Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes are available for everyone in the store.
Doctors’ equipment is thoroughly cleaned before every exam. All products on display are thoroughly cleaned. Associates are cleaning the store throughout the day. Associates are disinfecting every pair of glasses after they’re tried on.
Thanks for helping us! And remember, if you’re experiencing symptoms of respiratory illness, including cough and fever, please stay home.