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  • Routine Eye Care Now An Essential Service in Alameda County

    This past Wednesday, April 29, the Alameda County Public Health Department released an update to the shelter-in-place order effective Monday, May 4. Per the new update, “all medical services, including routine and preventative care, are considered essential. This includes, but is not limited to, mental health services, immunizations, well-woman exams, allergy shots, eye exams, physical […]

    Continue Reading May 2, 2020

  • Limited Services and Hours During the Coronavirus Shelter-in-Place Order

    In response to the shelter-in-place order, Iron Horse Optometric will only take appointments for: 1. Urgent eye care (red eyes, infections, eye injuries, symptoms of retinal breaks such as flashes & floaters), 2. Patients who cannot see and do not have glasses or contacts, and 3. Pick-up of previously-placed glasses & contact lens orders. We […]

    Continue Reading March 17, 2020

  • Dr. Gee is Full-Time! New Doctor Schedule for 2020

    Happy 2020, the Year of Healthy Vision! …and our first year in our newly expanded office! Dr. Emmeline Jang got to spend her New Year holiday on a warm beach in Australia! Dr. Christopher Gee watched fireworks from the Ferry Building in San Francisco, and Dr. Sara Chiu spent it in the warmth of her […]

    Continue Reading January 16, 2020

  • Dr. Christopher Gee Elected Trustee of COA

    Congratulations to our own Dr. Christopher Gee for having been elected to serve on the Board of Trustees of the California Optometric Association! At the COA’s annual House of Delegates meeting in San Diego, CA earlier this year, member optometrists from across the state voted to elect the officers to lead their association. Dr. Ranjeet […]

    Continue Reading September 8, 2018

  • New WIRED magazine article on the epidemic of nearsightedness

    WIRED magazine released a new article today discussing the increasing prevalence of myopia, or nearsightedness. It’s true: we know our eyeballs grow and elongate in our youth, but we don’t yet fully understand the mechanisms by which our eyes calculate when to stop growing. This research is being conducted in labs around the world, but […]

    Continue Reading February 17, 2016

  • Welcome to the New Iron Horse Optometric Group Website!

    We’re proud to announce the launch of our brand new website. The site was designed with you in mind and is chock-full of several useful features. It’s now easier than ever to make an appointment, download patient forms, view current specials and promotions, and learn about the many products and services we offer at our […]

    Continue Reading September 21, 2015