Visit our COVID-19 website for information and advice to prevent, detect, treat and cope during the pandemic.
At Crossover Health, we aim to provide the most clear and comfortable vision, especially in this digital age. Education on how to maintain our sight and eye health is our top priority.
A Healthy Focus
We offer personalized primary eye care to promote ocular wellness and prevention, quality of sight, and connection to overall health. Crossover optometrists have earned a Doctor of Optometry (OD) and have a wealth of academic, medical training and professional experience in eye health conditions. We offer personalized primary eye care to promote ocular wellness and prevention, quality of sight, and connection to overall health. Contemporary equipment allows the patient to actively participate and see real-time results during the eye exam. Active engagement fosters confidence in the results. Results motivate patients to proactively preserve their vision and ocular health.
What We Do
Crossover optometrists provide comprehensive exams that include:
- Color vision and stereopsis
- Visual fields
- Intraocular pressure
- Evaluation of anterior and posterior segments including dilation and retinal imaging
- Contact lens fittings
- Binocular vision testing
- Blue light effect education and prevention consultations
In addition, acute office visits are a valuable offering. Having eye specialists onsite allows greater access and convenience in addressing common conditions including red eyes, sudden changes in vision, allergies, and more.
As part of our service experience, most of our clinics carry many common medications prescribed to our patient population. Patients are able to walk out of our doors with a prescription in hand and usually at a lower cost than at a traditional pharmacy. Members may also visit our locations with vision centers, carrying over 500 designer frames and contact lenses—one less appointment to make.