Our Mobile Clinic Near Pemberton

Mobile Optometry For Your Community

Sea to Sky Optometry is proud to offer specific optometry services through a mobile clinic that can reach many communities in the region surrounding Pemberton.

Where Do You Provide Mobile Service?

To date, we have provided mobile services to the following communities:

  • Bella Coola – Nuxalk Nation
  • Mount Currie – Lil’wat Nation
  • Pavilion Lake – Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
  • Rivers Inlet – Wuikinuxv Nation
  • In-SHUCK-ch Nation – Q’aLaTKu7eM First Nation
  • SkookumChuck – Skatin Nations
  • Port Douglas – Tipella First Nation
  • D’Arcy – N’Quatqua
  • Klemtu – Kitasoo / Xai’Xais First Nation

What Services Does Your Mobile Clinic Provide?

We currently offer the following services through our mobile clinic:

  • Comprehensive eye exams for people and families of all ages
  • Eyeglasses that are fully covered by Pacific Blue Cross and First Nations Health

Contact us today for more information and to book your mobile clinic visit!

 

 

Our Locations

Mobile Clinic

Sea to Sky Optometry is proud to offer a mobile clinic that can easily visit your school, business, or community. Currently, we have helped the communities of:

  • Bella Coola – Nuxalk Nation
  • Mount Currie – Lil’wat Nation
  • Pavillion Lake – Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
  • Rivers Inlet – Wuikinuxv Nation
  • In-SHUCK-ch Nation – Q’aLaTKu7eM First Nation
  • SkookumChuck – Skatin Nations
  • Port Douglas – Tipella First Nation
  • D’Arcy – N’Quatqua
  • Klemtu – Kitasoo / Xai’Xais First Nation 

Contact us today for more information and to book your mobile clinic visit!


Mobile Clinic

Sea to Sky Optometry is proud to offer a mobile clinic that can easily visit your school, business, or community. Currently, we have helped the communities of:

  • Bella Coola – Nuxalk Nation
  • Mount Currie – Lil’wat Nation
  • Pavillion Lake – Ts’kw’aylaxw First Nation
  • Rivers Inlet – Wuikinuxv Nation
  • In-SHUCK-ch Nation – Q’aLaTKu7eM First Nation
  • SkookumChuck – Skatin Nations
  • Port Douglas – Tipella First Nation
  • D’Arcy – N’Quatqua
  • Klemtu – Kitasoo / Xai’Xais First Nation 

Contact us today for more information and to book your mobile clinic visit!


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