As a healthcare provider, the health and safety of our patients and staff is an absolute priority as we address your eye care needs.
The following represents the precautions we are asking of you as you visit one of our locations:
* EVERYONE MUST WEAR A FACE COVERING (MASK).
* PRACTICE SAFE SOCIAL DISTANCING OF 6 FEET.
* THOSE WITH A TEMPERATURE OF 100 DEGREES OR ABOVE WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED.
* IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING YOU WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED.
* ONLY THE PATIENT IS ALLOWED IN THE EXAM ROOM WITH THE DOCTOR.
* ONLY ONE PARENT OR GUARDIAN IS ALLOWED IN THE EXAM ROOM IF THE PATIENT IS A MINOR.
* IF YOU HAVE BEEN EXPOSED OR DIAGNOSED WITHIN 14 DAYS YOU WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED.
We are also taking additional protocols at the store level to provide you with the safest patient care possible. Click thru to our website for more information.
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Our stores carry a wide range of eyeglass frames for men, women, and kids. We also offer prescription safety glasses for work, hunting, sports and wherever else life takes you.
Every eye exam is entirely administered by a licensed optometrist - NOT a technician. Comprehensive eye exams do more than test your vision – they can help prevent vision problems down the road & even diagnose other serious health issues.
Wisconsin Vision accepts more vision insurance providers than any other WI eye care center. We’re here to help you get the most bang for your buck – even without insurance coverage.
Our eye doctors are all licensed optometrists (OD) who perform your entire eye exam and prescribe corrective lenses if needed. Our doctors can also diagnose, prevent, and treat a wide range of eye problems.
As Wisconsin’s largest independently-owned optical company we’ve made it our business to give back to the communities that helped us grow from a single store in 1978 to over 25 eye care centers spanning the state.
Local ownership of business means people who live and work where you do are involved in development decisions impacting our lives and local environment. At Wisconsin Vision, our patients are our neighbors. You’ll make real connections and enjoy exceptional personal service.
Many of our opticians and eye doctors speak Spanish. To ensure a Spanish-speaking staff member is available to assist, please contact your Wisconsin Vision location for an appointment.
As an essential healthcare provider the health and safety of our patients and staff is an absolute priority as we address your eye care needs. Learn more about the precautions we're taking and asking of you prior to visiting one of our locations: