Office hours: Monday through Friday 8.45 am to 5 pm.

We are open during lunch hour.​​

Patient examinations


  • We will contact all patients scheduled for a routine examination several days prior to their examination and ask them the questions on the COVID-19 assessment screening test.  A positive answer to any question will result in the patient having to reschedule their examination to a later date.
  • Any patient with a cough for any reason will have to reschedule their examination to a later date. We realize allergy season is present, however, for the health of fellow patients, staff, and the doctors we will not take this unknown risk unless the patient can provide documentation of a COVID-19 test being negative in the last three days.
  • All patients will be required to wear a mask (cloth, surgical, N95 and KN95 are all suitable) and sanitize their hands upon entering the office. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you on a cost recovery basis.
  • Staff will contact you prior to your exam to query the COVID-19 assessment screening test, verify personal information, medication, allergies, etc.
  • We ask patients to arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the examination.
  • Only the person with the examination appointment is to enter the office unless assistance is required by the patient (parent of a child, mobility issues, etc.). Only one person is to provide assistance. Persons providing assistance will have to leave their name and contact number with our front desk staff for contact tracing in case it is required.
  • No NCT (air puff tonometry) will be performed. Intraocular pressures will be measured utilizing different methods that require the use of eyedrops that will not adversely affect your vision.


Spectacle and contact lens pickups


  • Appointments will be required to pick up spectacles and contact lenses to ensure no more than 15 patients are in the office at one time.
  • Curbside pickup can be arranged in our front entrance to minimize person-to-person contact and maintain physical distancing.


Spectacle adjustments


  • Appointments will be required for spectacle adjustments.
  • Patients will be queried on the COVID-19 assessment screening test. A positive answer to any question will result in the patient having to reschedule their spectacle adjustment to a later date.
  • All patients will be required to wear a mask (surgical, cloth, N95 & KN95 are all suitable) and sanitize their hands upon entering the office.  If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you on a cost recovery basis.





Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, optometric offices were closed by the government of Saskatchewan on March 23, 2020, except for all non-elective (i.e. emergency/sight threatening) procedures. The government of Saskatchewan announced Re-Open Saskatchewan on April 23, 2020 and stated that as of May 4, 2020 optometric offices can reopen under strict Medical Professional Guidelines.

The Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists has released Clinical Guidelines for their members to follow upon reopening their offices for optometric services. The following are the procedures in effect in our office.

Covid-19 office procedures

289 Bradbrooke Drive, Yorkton SK

Telephone 306-783-4569 ​