Community Involvement

CNIB (Canadian National Institute for the Blind) VOLUNTEERS

2020 Vision Care Medicine Hat helping with CNIB Volunteers

Dr. Clark Hyde and Dr. Cory McClung have recognized that the local CNIB branch in Medicine Hat is a smaller service centre and it is not yet able to offer the full scope of services needed for our community. As such, Dr. Hyde and Dr. Cory have volunteered at the CNIB since 2012 twice each month to perform low vision assessments for those who are registered with the CNIB and who are in need of low vision assistance. Dr. Hyde and Dr. Cory have found great joy in using their professional backgrounds to serve the community in this regard. As of 2019 however, the CNIB no longer has the same local resources, so Dr. Hyde and Dr. Cory have put their volunteer services on hold for now.


LIONS CLUB RECYCLE FOR SIGHT!

If you have any old or unwanted glasses you may drop them off at 20/20 Vision Care, where they will then be picked up by the Lion’s Club and shipped to those in need of visual correction in third world countries.

According to The World Health Organization, 153 million people have uncorrected refractive errors.

You can either drop them off in store, or you can mail them to…

Lions Clubs International Headquarters
Attention: Receiving Department
300 W. 22nd StreetOak Brook, IL 60523, USA


VOLUNTEER CLASS PRESENTATIONS AT LOCAL SCHOOLS

Dr. Clark Hyde regularly visits local schools to present creative and interactive information and experiments about light, eyes, optical illusions, and much more. Dr. Hyde has been a volunteer with Praxis since 2011, and he feels that making learning a fun experience will not only brighten the minds of students, but will create for our children an enthusiasm and motivation to make a difference in the world. Over the years, Dr. Hyde has done well over 50 class presentations and has visited nearly every elementary school and junior high school in Medicine Hat.


ATHLETIC SUPPORT FOR THE COMMUNITY

20/20 Vision Care has been a proud sponsor of community athletics since it’s inception. Financial contributions currently include organizations such as The Medicine Hat Tigers, The Medicine Hat Mavericks, MHHS basketball, CHHS volleyball, and The Medicine Hat College. Dr. Clark Hyde values the volunteers who helped him through athletics in his youth and has given back to the community by volunteer coaching several sports teams over the years.

Dr. Clark Hyde has coached Tiny Tots Soccer, Softball, club basketball, as well as Junior Varsity Volleyball. 20/20 Vision Care also sponsors a senior bowling league, a youth ball hockey team, and is a supporter of the Medicine Hat Chess Club.

Emergency Contact Information

In the event of an eye injury, seek emergency help right away.
Call : 403-526-2020

COVID-19 NOTICE

We are open now with our first priority being patient and staff safety. We ask you to please wear a mask as we are abiding by all COVID safety protocols set out by the Alberta Association of Optometrists.

Eye exams and contact lenses will continue to be by appointment. Walk-Ins for new eyeglass selection, adjustments and repairs are welcome but traffic control measures will be taken at peak times.

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