Susan L. (Gayer) Robinson, O.D.
We will reopen May 4th by appointment only!
We ask for your patience as we find a new “normal” for our office. We are practicing social distancing to protect you as well as our staff so we will be seeing patients on a limited basis. We will only allow patients who have an appointment to enter the office.
If you need to pick-up glasses or contact lenses, please contact our office BEFORE you come to arrange a time. To pick up items, we will need to have you arrive within the first 10 minutes of your appointment time or you may have to reschedule. This is to allow us to social distance as best we possibly can.
Due to the current circumstances, we ask that you please monitor your temperature for 24 hours prior to your appointment. If during the 24 hour time period, you have a temperature of 100 or higher or any cough, shortness of breath, muscle ache, loss of smell, recent diagnosis or close contact with a suspected or positive person, please call to reschedule.
We are requiring each person that enters the office to wear a mask to protect you as well as our staff. Also, to maintain social distancing practices, only patients and NECESSARY caregivers (maximum one per patient) will be allowed to accompany a patient into the office. We ask others to please wait in the car.
Please call our office when you arrive so we are able to let you know when it is safe to enter the office.
Thank you again for your cooperation as we are trying our best to serve you but also keep all patients and our staff safe.
Dr. Susan L. Robinson and Staff at Cardinal Family Eye Care
Dr. Susan (Gayer) Robinson grew up in Gahanna and is a 1996 graduate from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. In 2001, she graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry and practiced in a private office for a few years in Cincinnati before returning to the Columbus area. She purchased Cardinal Family Eye Care in 2004.
Dr. Robinson's internships included training in contact lenses, ocular disease, pediatrics, and low vision. She also has experience in pre-operative and post-operative care for cataracts and laser vision.
Dr. Robinson is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), the Ohio Optometric Association and the Central Ohio Optometric Association. For additional information about eye care, please check out the website for the AOA.
We provide care for patients as young as six months through InfantSEE (preferred ages 9 months to 12 months old).
As a member of the AOA, Dr. Robinson is a presenter of the RealEyes program for students to help teach children about the importance of eye exams. For additional information on this program available for students in the state of Ohio: http://ohio.aoa.org/aws/OOA/pt/sp/realeyes