Optometry

Dear Morton Patient,

Morton’s Optometry Team welcomes you back! Over the last several months, preparations have been underway to provide you with comprehensive vision care again.

Morton maintains sanitation procedures with every patient, but in light of the current health crisis, extra sanitizing and personal protection measures are in place:
Upon entering the building, your general health will be screened and your temperature taken with a non-contact thermometer.
A face mask will be provided if you do not have one as it is required while you are in the clinic.
In order to accommodate patients in a socially distant space, only the scheduled patient and one guardian with a minor are allowed.
Every effort will be made to reduce waiting times between patients.
Morton’s infection control is the highest priority. All frames touched will be set aside and sanitized before returning to the displays. Please allow the optometry staff to handle all frames for proper disinfection between patients.

Morton follows infection control guidance from the American Optometric Association (AOA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The most current information is evaluated to ensure the safe and healthy eye care for Morton’s patients.

Thank you for selecting Morton’s Optometry Department. Please call ‪918-295-9360 to schedule an eye exam, frame adjustment, purchase or to pick up glasses.

Morton’s Optometry Team looks forward to seeing you soon.

Dr. Ambreem Shakeel and the Morton Optometry Team

    Dr. Chris Copp, director of Optometry, examines the eyes of a patient.

The Optometry department offers comprehensive eye examination services for the following list of procedures and services: retinal examinations (including blepharitis, chalazion, diabetic, hordeolum management and treatment, hypertensive dilated and retinal dilated, pediatric, and routine); treatment (for glaucoma, ocular allergy, bacterial/fungal/viral infections, uveitis (inflammatory eye disease), dry eye syndrome); cataract evaluation; color vision testing, foreign body removal; geriatric eye care; intraocular pressure testing; lacrimal tear evaluation and lacrimal plug insertion; macular degeneration; ocular trauma; pupils and visual field evaluations; refractions (prism evaluation for palsies and contact lens evaluation); visual acuity testing among other procedures. Surgical excisions are to be added soon. Discounted glasses are available.

Our optometry department provides high quality vision care services. The department personnel work together to assure accurate diagnoses and personalized treatment plans for every patient. Referrals are also made for other supporting health care services.

Optometry services are available at the following locations:

  • Main: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Lunch – 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
  • Nowata: Once a month on a Friday. Call to make your appointment. 

To make an appointment in Tulsa, call (918) 295-9360, and in Nowata, call (918) 273-9911.