It Pays to Get A’s

  • Students Can Win Laptops or Best Buy Gift Cards
  • 2 Drawings During the School Year
  • December 13th & June 13th
  • Students & Teachers Win

At each drawing we will award one student and one teacher each with a new laptop!

4 Best Buy Gift Cards Awarded Each Time!

Earn More A’s for More Chances to Win!

Rules and Drawing Details:

Open to students in grades 3-12.
Students do not have to be a patient of Carolinas Vision Group in order to enter into the drawing or win.
Students get a raffle ticket with their name on it for each “A” they receive on their report card.
Students nominate one teacher on each ticket entered.
Students with multiple “A’s” who submit multiple tickets can nominate a different teacher on each ticket submitted.
Drawings held December and June 13th.
At each drawing 5 winning raffle tickets will be drawn.
The first winning ticket will be awarded 1 laptop to the student and 1 laptop to the teacher nominated on that ticket.
The next 4 winning tickets will be awarded Best Buy gift cards.

>> Download the flyer and contest rules

Special discount does not apply when used with insurance benefit. Please contact us with any questions!

It Pays to Get A's!

Emergency Eye Care & Medical Emergencies

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We Are On Call

Our doctors are licensed to treat and manage most eyecare emergencies such as eye infections, metallic or dirt particles that get lodged in the eye, sudden loss of vision, etc. If you are a current patient of Carolinas Vision Group or in the South Charlotte area and you feel you have an eyecare emergency that needs immediate medical attention, please contact our Charlotte eye care office at (704) 943-5110.

After Hours Eye Emergencies

If it is after hours, please follow the voice prompts to reach the doctor on call. An after hours emergency fee of $100 will apply.

Eye Emergencies May Include

  • Sudden loss of vision (painful or painless)
  • Increase in floaters, flashes of light, curtain coming over vision
  • Chemical in the eye*
  • Severe eye pain and/or redness
  • Foreign body in the eye**
  • Bleeding, severe head trauma
  • Sudden double vision

* If you have had a chemical exposure to the eye immediately flush eyes w/ saline or water for 15-30 min. and immediately see your eye care provider.

** If you get something in the eye, do not rub or attempt to remove, immediately see your eye care provider.