Welcome to Chu Vision Institute
Our eye care team at Chu Vision Institute is thrilled to provide comprehensive vision services to patients and their families throughout the Southern Minneapolis area, including Bloomington, Eagan, Apple Valley, and Lakeville, MN. Our welcoming office features many amenities, including ample comfortable seating, veteran and handicap-accessible parking, free guest Wi-Fi, a number of private treatment rooms, wheelchair accessibility, and an on-site surgical center and laser suite where a number of our more advanced procedures are carried out. Once you arrive, you will be greeted by a member of our team who will help you check in.
Our operating rooms are accredited by the HFAP (Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program), which means Dr. Chu and his team are able to perform comprehensive surgical treatments while maintaining the highest standards in safety, cleanliness, and sterilization. In our surgery center, we house the most cutting-edge lasers and devices available in the eye care field. Our office also features a clean, quiet recovery area where patients will be taken and cared for following an operation.
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES
The health and safety of our patients is our team's top priority. To provide you with the best care possible, our team has put in place protective measures to ensure that we are able to offer our same standard of high-quality care safely and effectively. When you visit Chu Vision Institute, you will be asked to wear face coverings. As soon as you arrive, a member of our team will be waiting by the door to let you in. All of our equipment is disinfected or disposed of regularly throughout the day. In order to maintain physical distancing, we have removed most chairs in our welcoming area and have added protective barriers.
In some cases, we are able to offer telehealth checkups for patients, allowing you to conveniently speak to Dr. Chu and his team from the comfort and safety of your own home. While not every appointment can be completed via telehealth, our patient care team will always make sure to provide this option whenever possible.
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