ADVANCED EYECARE and LASER CENTER
GENERAL OFFICE POLICIES
Monday: Surgical Day
Wednesday: Cherry Hill or Mullica hill
Thursday : Berlin or Mullica Hill
Friday till 1PM: Runnemede; afternoon: Laser Center
Office Hours are by appointment and may vary depending on Dr. Yaros' surgical schedule.
Some early evening and early morning hours are available.
Dr. Yaros is usually on call 24 hours a day for emergencies. At times, however, another doctor may be covering. At other times patients may be instructed to use the local emergency room or Wills Eye emergency room for emergencies.
Please wait till business hours for non-emergent phone calls, appointment scheduling, or drug refills.
Expect to be called 1-2 days ahead of time to confirm your appointment. Please try to schedule your appointment at a time when you are sure you can keep it and please make every effort to keep it. You are reserving time that could be used for someone else.
Please give us the courtesy of calling as soon as possible if you cannot make your appointment. Please give us at least 24 hours notice whenever possible. We will be very happy to reschedule you.
You may receive your basic care at the office of your choice. Lasers are performed in Runnemede or one of the Surgicenters or Laser Center. Office surgeries are performed in Cherry Hill. Contact lenses are fitted in Runnemede. Testing is done either in Runnemede or the Voorhees Eye Testing Center.
Our offices are conveniently located in Cherry Hill, Runnemede, Berlin, and Mullica Hill along main thorofares where public transportation is usually available. Nevertheless, if transportation is a problem for you, our office can sometimes help. Senhan or other senior services may be available.
Our offices have the following handicap accommodations:
Runnemede: No Step entrance. Wheelchair can be used as exam chair. Handrail in bathroom.
Cherry Hill: No step entrance(use ramp). Wheelchair can be exam chair.
Berlin: No step entrance
Mullica Hill: Handicap entrance ramp and full handicap bathroom
We recommend the narrowest possible wheelchairs as this assists in room entrance through doorways.