Important Covid-19 Information

Eye Consultants SA is still consulting following the opening of the South Australian borders on 23rd November 2021 and the introduction of Covid-19 to our State.

Your health and wellbeing, that of our staff, and indeed the community, is of great concern to us.

Please do not attend our Clinic

  • If you have experienced cold or flu-like symptoms or loss of sense of smell in the last (7) days.
  • If you have associated with anyone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last (7) days.

Restrictions continue in regard to social distancing, 1.5 metre spacing and hygiene.

We are restricting the number of people in our waiting room, and ask that patients attend their appointment on their own.

Please contact our staff prior to your appointment to discuss any needs you may have for a carer to accompany you in our rooms.

A child is to be accompanied by one carer only.  No siblings may attend.

Please enter our rooms wearing a mask, and use the hand sanitizer provided.

ECSA COVID-19 principles

At Eye Consultants SA we acknowledge that the current situation is disruptive and stressful for all.

Our focus at Eye Consultants SA is to:

  • Provide as safe an environment as possible for all patients and staff
  • Remain open in order to continue providing you with high quality eye care.

We base our approach on:

  • The best available current Health evidence
  • Current State mandated laws and regulations.

On the best available evidence we believe that:

  • COVID 19 is a highly dangerous disease which has caused serious illness and death around the world
  • Vaccination is the most effective means of reducing the risk of infection, transmission, illness and death
  • Wearing masks, social distancing and reduced interpersonal interactions further reduce the risk of transmission

Please note that mask wearing is mandatory (by SA law) upon entry to a Medical practice in South Australia.

According to the SA Health COVID risk assessment algorithm ECSA staff (and possibly some patients) are at risk of needing to quarantine for 7 days if exposed to a COVID-19 positive case. In this event it may be impossible for ECSA to provide any service to patients during the period of quarantine. Clearly we will take all possible measures to avoid this by:

  • Ensuring all staff and patients wear masks at all times – Doctors may be wearing the more protective (and uncomfortable) N95 masks and eye protection when examining you to reduce the risk of transmission/infection.
  • Ensuring social distancing guidelines are adhered to.
  • Minimising the number of people entering the practice.


Thankyou all for your understanding during these challenging times. We hope to continue to be able to provide you with your usual service until things revert to a more normal setting.

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