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Eye Conditions that Require Emergency Care

Bleeding from the eye

Large foreign objects stuck in your eye

Sudden loss of vision

Chemical burn

Blood in the white part of the eye

Cuts and scratches

Pupils that are not the same size

One eye is sticking out or bulging

Eye pain

Discharge from the eye

Double vision

Severe itching

Things to Avoid if you Have an Eye Condition

Rubbing or applying pressure to your eye

Trying to remove objects that are stuck in your eye

Using tweezers or any tools in your eye

Putting ointments or medications in your eye

If you experience an eye injury or any of these symptoms or conditions, seek emergency care. Our ER is safe and open 24/7. Our teams wear PPE. We sanitize our premises regularly. We follow social distancing practices, limit visitors and screen everyone before entering the hospital.

Your Safe Care is Our #1 Priority.

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