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AB Doctors of Optometry Phone: 403.527.1444 Email:


MacKenzie Eye Care Open For Urgent Care Services ONLY

Please phone for service or email! We ask our patients and those who require urgent care services to call prior to visiting our office.  If the door 

is locked, please be patient as one of our staff will come and greet you and ensure that it is safe for you and others to enter. We respect and want to maintain safe social distancing.

We will be available for Urgent Eye Care Needs… eyes, eye pain, eye infections, sudden vision changes or disturbances, eye trauma, foreign bodies and urgent glasses/contact lens needs. Please CALL first. Dr. MacKenzie and team will advise and help.

 Anyone with cold/flu like symptoms (cough, fever, sore throat etc.) or has recently traveled are to PHONE first to arrange appropriate/safe assessment or contact Health Link at 811.
We understand and our team is here to help! We will take all necessary precautions to provide safe care or assist and provide alternative care solutions as required.
It is very important to respect Social Distancing…..Always Call Ahead!
Thank you for your understanding and co-operation! Stay healthy and positive! 
 PHONE: 403-527-1444  or EMAIL:
-MacKenzie Eye Care Team
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