Health Safety Notification

Due to COVID-19 and per CDC guidelines, we are seeing patients on a modified schedule. Patients are required to wear a mask or face covering while in clinic. Unfortunately due to the PPE shortage, EANW cannot provide masks to patients. Upon arrival to the clinic, you will be asked if you have experienced a fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and/or sudden loss of taste or smell within the past 14 days. We will also take your temperature. All visitors will be asked to wait in the car, unless they are needed for the appointment (caregiver, interpreter, etc.).

First Hill

Location

1101 Madison Street Suite 600Seattle, WA 98104

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Phone

206.215.2020

Business Hours

Mon - Fri 8am - 5pm

Fax

206.215.2022

Closed Saturday and Sunday. Holidays may affect these hours.

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Services We Provide

Our First Hill clinic is proud to provide the following eye care services.

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Advanced Imaging

Eye Associates NW has the latest imaging technology in ophthalmology. We can image the cornea at the front of the eye, to the retina at the back of the eye.

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Center For Eye Comfort

The Center For Eye Comfort is dedicated to the treatment of dry eye and ocular surface disease including chronic red and irritated eyes

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What to Expect During Your Visit

 

Prior to your Visit

Please bring your photo ID, insurance card, and a list of current medications to your appointment. If you have glasses, be sure to bring those with you. If you wear soft contact lenses, insert them 2 hours prior to your appointment. If you wear hard contact lenses, insert them 4 hours prior.

During your Visit

We may do additional testing based on your specific ocular or health history. You should expect that we will check your vision, your ocular pressure, provide you with a glasses prescription, and dilate your eyes to check the health of your retinas.

After your Visit

You may be light-sensitive or having difficulty focusing up close for a few hours as your dilation wears off; however, you will be safe to drive.