CITY CONDITIONS UPDATE: The Wills Eye Hospital building, staff, and patients have been safe during the protests in the City. We will continue to monitor the situation. Tuesday care will proceed as scheduled at 840 Walnut Street unless conditions change. Please contact your physician if you are unable to keep your appointment.

COVID19

COVID-19: Instructions on the Novel Coronavirus for Wills Eye Patients

Dear Wills Eye Patient:

We are enormously proud of our team of doctors, nurses, and staff who have been working tirelessly during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. We have been able to keep our patients and Wills team completely safe, while providing the most complex eye care available in the region.

As we enter a new phase of COVID response and expand beyond urgent-only care, we have implemented many safety measures throughout our facilities under the guidance and recommendations of our federal, state and local governments. These efforts are designed to assure the highest level of safety and care for our patients and our Wills Eye team.

Julia A. Haller, MD, Ophthalmologist-In-Chief of Wills Eye Hospital talks about moving forward with important eye care for all our Wills Eye patients.

IMPORTANT: If you are scheduled for surgery at Wills Eye, please click on the location of your visit below for guidelines and information related to COVID-19.

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