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Solutions for your eye issues
• Chemical contact with eye or face
• Severe eye, head or face injury
• Sudden loss of all or part of your vision
• Bulging eye
• Painful eye
• Onset of flashing lights, floaters, or a noticeable increase in the amount of flashes and floaters
• Appearance of a “veil” or curtain across the field of vision
• Sudden changes in pupil size
• Eye that is sensitive to light
• Foreign body in the eye
• Double vision
• Post-operative patients with pain in or around the eye, infectious discharge, increased redness, or decreased vision (in either eye)
Contact North Iowa Eye Care Clinic, PC right away, if you are experiencing red eye, sensation of a foreign body, excessive tearing, or the presence of pus or crusting.
If you live in north Iowa, you may come to the Mercy Medical Center – North Iowa; emergency department located at 1000 4th Street S.W. Mason City, Iowa. We cannot offer specific medical advice through this website.
If you are experiencing an eye emergency, it is imperative that you seek immediate medical attention. The eye is a sensitive organ, which can be damaged easily. Damage to the eye can result in a range of conditions that include partial loss of vision, burns and even complete blindness.
There are several ways in which the eye can be damaged. Whether you are dealing with an accident, chemical burn or mechanical injury, quick response can mean the difference between saving your vision or the eye itself.
Take advantage of our 6 board certified surgical ophthalmologists and 2 therapeutically certified optometrists on staff, along with 30 employees, many of whom are certified ophthalmic or optometric assistants.