COVID-19 Update

We regret any inconvenience caused by the new protective measures, but our primary goal is the health and safety of everyone who enters our office.
The following procedures suggested by the Center for Disease Control & Prevention, American Academy of Ophthalmology, as well as Pennsylvania Medical Society are what we follow at Keystone Eye Associates.
1. All must wear a mask in order to enter the building.
2. Patient will remain in vehicles and enter the office only at your appointment time. If you arrive early, we will ask you to wait in your vehicle until your appointment time.
3. Patients and accompanying family members will be asked screening questions. Non-contact temperatures will be taken.
4. Person accompanying patient (1) will remain in vehicle unless patient requires assistance or is a minor. Multiple people may not enter the office.
5. Patients must reschedule if they are ill or exhibiting cold or flu like symptoms, have traveled to affected hot spots within the last 14 days or have been exposed to Covid-19. STAY HOME IF YOU ARE UNWELL.
6. We have reduced the number of patients per day to promote social distancing. You may be called to change your appointment to a different day or time.
7. Our staff use Personal Protective Equipment including masks, sanitizer, cough shields, and gloves if needed.
8. Frequent antiseptic wipe downs in the office and exam rooms between patients.
We love caring for our patients and look forward to seeing you. Please help us keep our patients, staff, doctors safe and understanding the strain we all feel during this time. Thank you!


Pediatric Ophthalmology

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Dr. Leonard B. Nelson has over 20 years experience in Pediatric Ophthalmology, treating patients with Strabismus and Ocular diseases. Dr. Nelson, a board certified Ophthalmologist, is a staff member at several area hospitals including Wills Eye Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University, Lankenau Hospital and also serves as Chief of Pediatric Ophthalmology at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children.

Dr Nelson graduated from the Columbia University and Harvard Medical School. He completed an internship and residency in Ophthalmology at Bellevue Hospital Medical Center in New York. Dr. Nelson completed two fellowships at Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. and the other in Ocular Genetics at Wilmer Eye Institute of Johns Hopkins in Baltimore.

Dr. Nelson received his Master of Business Administration in 2000 from St. Joseph’s University. Dr. Nelson has a number of publications. He is a member of many local and national professional societies, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Strabismus.

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