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Since March 23rd Vision Health Specialties has been open only to see those of you who have had emergent eye conditions. We are thrilled to announce that starting on May 1st as part of Governor Abbott’s Open Texas policy, we will be open for both eye emergencies and routine eye and vision care.

We have always worked to ensure our office is a clean environment where our patients are safe from catching an infection, but since March 23 we have revisited every part of our office to make sure we are doing everything possible to make sure our patients are in a healthy environment. The threat of novel coronavirus is still with us and will be for a while. As a response to this new threat, we have instituted the following new policies.

All patients will be required to fill our a COVID-19 risk questionnaire before they are allowed to enter the office; this will be available on our website and at our front door.

It has been a long 6 weeks for all of us. We look forward to seeing you.

For a full comprehensive description of our COVID-19 protocol, please click here

Our practice is right by Target & Rosa’s Café at 4109 North Midland Dr. Midland, TX 79707

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Dr. Cara B. Sczepanski

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Cara Sczepanski, OD is a native Texan originally from Dallas, TX. She completed her undergraduate degree in Business Leadership when she graduated from The University of Dallas in Irving, TX in 2011 with Cum Laude honors. Dr. Sczepanski then attended the Rosenberg School of Optometry in San Antonio, TX to complete her doctorate in optometry in 2016 with Cum Laude honors.

After optometry school graduation, she moved to Portland, OR for 14 months to complete a residency in Pediatrics, Vision Therapy, and Traumatic Brain Injury at a group of private practices called Northwest Eye Care Professionals.

Shortly after completing her residency, Dr. Sczepanski moved to Midland, TX to join her husband and start a family. She joined the Vision Health Specialties (VHS) team in October 2017 to help develop a vision therapy sub-clinic focused on developmental and rehabilitative optometry.

Within the upcoming years, Dr. Sczepanski plans to continue to build upon the vision therapy department of VHS and start and complete her fellowship with the College of Optometry in Vision Development. In her spare time, Dr. Sczepanski enjoys exercising, going to the movies, and volunteering for Special Olympics.