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Launched in 2012, ER-Urgent Eye Care Services provides immediate same day/next day eye care consultations for Hospital ER's, Urgent Care Centers, and Medical Clinics.  Our practice provides urgent care at several locations throughout the Metro with weekend and after hours at select locations.  We have an extensive network of ophthalmological subspecialty physicians to provide tertiary high impact care for those patient's requiring such.  
Dr. Thomas Wolf M.D. also provides 24/7 access via his cell phone to all Hospital ER's, Urgent Care Centers and Medical Clinics.  He is available for consult anytime it is needed to insure the best care for patients in need.

Thomas C. Wolf M.D. is a board certified Ophthalmologist and fellowship trained Cornea Specialist.  He is the primary physician and CEO who oversees delivery of these services through out multi-location, multi-doctor eye care offices throughout the greater Oklahoma City metroplex.  We have eye care physicians available 6 days a week for both emergent and routine services.  Dr. Wolf personally provides emergent consultative services on Sundays and after hours at our "ER Suite" in Northwest central Oklahoma City.






Dr. Thomas Wolf and his medical team are pleased to provide primary vision care to the greater Oklahoma City Metro area. Complete family services include routine exams for glasses and contact lenses, primary care, specialty care, optical dispensary, retina, cornea, glaucoma care, and eye infections, as well as urgent care.

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Oklahoma City / South - 500 W. I-240 Service Rd. Call 632-6913

Edmond - 3431 S. Boulevard Call 562-2036

Midwest City - 2150 S. Douglas Blvd. Call 737-1000

Mustang - 207 N. Trade Center Terrace Call 376-0222

Noble - Norman - 905 N. Main St., Noble Call 872-0500

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Convenient locations including:

Edmond: 3431 S Boulevard Ste 105

Phone: (800) MY-EYE-DOC FAX: (405) 562-2116

Midwest City: 2150 S Douglas Blvd Ste C

Phone: (405) 737-1000 Fax: (405) 741-4388

South OKC: 530 W I-240 Service Rd

Phone: (405) 632-6913 Fax: (405) 601-6506

Mustang: 123 N Mustang Road

Phone: (405) 698-EYES (3937) Fax: (405) 308-4255

Yukon: 1030 W Vandament

Phone: (405) 698-EYES (3937) Fax: (405) 308-4255

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