Welcome to Evansville Eyecare Associates

Evansville Eyecare EyewearBannerEvansville Eyecare Associates, Inc. has been located on the Evansville Walkway since 1958. We are an independent, private optometric practice and have enjoyed tremendous success and growth due to our commitment to patient care and service. Our eye doctors strive to provide you with a high level of care at a reasonable fee. YOU are the most important person in our office.

Optometry is the health care profession concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of eye disorders and diseases. Treatment is provided by means of glasses, contact lenses, and medications. In addition, related health conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and hardening of the arteries can be diagnosed by looking into the eye. The ocular side effects of these health conditions are closely monitored to prevent unnecessary loss of vision.

Our eye doctors and staff are very knowledgeable and courteous with many years of combined experience in eyecare. Both our doctors and staff have been professionally trained, and we all attend continuing educational seminars to stay current with the many new developments in eyecare.




Evansville Eyecare Associates

On Monday, May 4th, Evansville Eyecare will resume Monday through Friday normal business hours from 8:30am to 5:00pm. We will not be open on Saturdays for the month of May or June.

The COVID-19 virus is unprecedented in our lifetime and requires an unprecedented response. The health and well-being of our patients, employees, and community are our top priority. We are constantly monitoring the latest news and following advice from the CDC and other health authorities on how to best protect our patients and team. We wanted to share new policies and precautions we have taken in our office to ensure a safe and clean environment.

We ask that all patients stay home if you have experienced any cough, shortness of breath, new loss of smell/taste, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, or sore throat in the last 3 weeks. In addition, if you have had any exposure to a person with these symptoms, please stay home.

In office:

  • All doctors, staff, and patients will wear masks at all times.
  • We will continue to re-disinfect all hard surfaces in between each patient encounter.
  • We will limit all patient visits to one person unless a parent or guardian is needed.
  • We will practice social distancing in the office and only allow one patient in each room or
    area at a time.
  • We have decreased the number of patients scheduled per hour and will have only two
    doctors and six staff in the office each day until May 26th.
  • We are keeping the front door locked and will have you call upon arrival. Our front
    waiting room is closed.
  • We are dispensing glasses, contacts, and other products outside to your car. Once you have
    been notified your glasses or contacts have arrived, call when outside our office and we will bring
    to your car. If you are unable to park very close, we will have you walk to the bench outside of
    Shing Lee’s restaurant. Of course if you are unable to walk there, we will find your car.
  • If an adjustment is needed to your glasses, you will make an appointment with a technician. It is
    also fine to wait and pick up your glasses up at this appointment.
  • No appointment is needed for glasses repairs. Call when you arrive, we will come get them, and
    you can either wait in car or come back for pick up, depending on the problem.

During exam appointments:

  • Again, we ask that you stay home if any symptoms or exposure in the last three weeks to the
    COVID-19 symptoms listed above.
  • We ask that you call our office when you arrive for your appointment.
  • We will take your history and medication list over the phone when you arrive.
  • You will wait in your car until the technician/doctor is ready for you.
  • We will check temperature and oxygen saturation level upon entry to our office.
  • You will wash your hands in the restroom or sanitize if you have your own.
    (We are running low, sorry.)
  • Visit is limited to one person unless a parent or guardian is needed.

Now is the time for our community to work together in solidarity to stop the spread
of this virus and its shattering consequences. Thank you for your understanding and stay well.

We look forward to “seeing” you very soon!

Dr. Roger Haywood, Dr. Kim Haywood-Pfender, Dr. Michelle Oglesby, Dr. Kyle King
Jenny, Marcia, Tiffany, Corrie, Jonesy, Michelle, Heather, Aly, Kyle, Theresa, Adrienne, Andrea