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Eye 1st Vision Center has been following the current COVID-19 developments closely and as always the health of our patients and team come first. As a result, our physical office is closed for routine care but we remain available to you for urgent material pickup and ordering of contact lenses. Please call us at 470-367-0062 if you need assistance. Should you have a medical eye emergency, please call Omni Eye Services 404-257-0814. To make an appointment to be seen future, please submit an online request. Be cautious and stay healthy!icon

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