On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will sweep over North America. The tristate area will be a prime location, as Hopkinsville, Kentucky is the site where the best view of the eclipse will occur. This is a once-in-a-lifetime event, but it comes with its own set of dangers. Looking directly at the eclipse can permanently damage your eyesight. Below are some links on how you can safely watch the eclipse.
- Safe Solar Eclipse Viewing Infographic
- How to Safely Watch the Great American Eclipse of 2017
- Solar Eclipse Eye Safety
Our New Website
Talley Eye Institute would like to welcome you to our new website. In this upgrade we have added several new features to benefit our patients, referring doctor network and staff. The design consists of a higher contrast between the background and content making it easier to view. We have developed this website to be responsive, meaning, the site can scale to automatically fit the screen of the device you are using, computer, tablet or smartphone.
Our Eye Conditions index has a vast amount of information regarding all types of eye conditions. We provide detailed descriptions, causes, symptoms and suggested treatment methods for a variety of conditions. For the visual person, we have photos and videos describing the conditions we treat.
We have also revamped our forms pages for both patients and referring doctors. Some of the forms have remained the same, while others have been converted to a form that can be filled out directly on our website. Now instead of you having to download a form, fill it out and scan it in and email, or fax it to our office, or risk leaving it at home, you can complete the form right here online and it when submitted it will be directed to the correct personnel at our office!