It’s 2 a.m. and you wake up in a cold sweat. You forgot to make a eye appointment. Perhaps a headache has you counting sheep rather than getting sleep. Or, maybe you’ve finally decided your blurry vision is making life difficult. Whatever the reason, we have news for you.
Introducing online scheduling with Sunshine Optometry
That’s right. Immediately schedule your next appointment with Sunshine Optometry using your smart phone, laptop, or tablet, at any time—day or night. It’s a new era of patient convenience. This system—available on our website—puts you in the driver’s seat. Schedule your next glasses or contact lens exam with a few clicks for you and your family.
Get 24/7 access to our schedules
Looking for an appointment at 2 p.m. next Thursday? Find out if a opening is available immediately. Simply click "Schedule Online Now" the the appointments page, select your type of exam, and then select the time(s) and date(s) that will work best for you.
Finally, provide some basic information, and you’re all set. An associate will contact you as soon as possible to confirm your appointment. Afraid you might forget what day and time you scheduled that appointment for?
Our scheduling system provides automated voice messages, emails, or text reminders if you prefer. It’s that simple!
We can even text, call, and email you when your glasses and contact lens orders are ready for pickup. Of course, for those preferring the human touch (or voice rather), you can always call our office and receive the same great customer service you’ve grown accustomed to. We love to chat with you about your eye care needs.
Try it today and see how easy it is!
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