everything you need to know
We work really hard to stay on time because we know every minute of your day is valuable. Please help us do this by arriving 15 minutes early for your appointment so that we can get your paperwork and insurance information processed.
What to bring to your appointment:
– Driver’s License: If the appointment is for a child, please still bring a copy of the responsible party’s ID.
– Medical and Vision Insurance Cards: Because we believe in preventative medicine, we look at the eye as it relates to the entire body. Sometimes there are medical issues that can effect vision and a portion of your exam can be filed to your medical insurance. We know insurance and healthcare costs can get expensive and frustrating. We do our best to make sure you get the most out of your insurance benefits.
– Your Current (or old) Glasses and Contacts: Even if your glasses are an old prescription; bring them in. We’ll measure them to let you know how your vision might’ve changed. If you currently wear contacts, bring in your boxes or a copy of your rx.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call or email us prior to your appointment
new patient forms
New patients can save time by downloading your new patient forms and bringing them into their appointment.
Upon arrival, we will process your information and get you prepped for your appointment. Make sure to have forms of identification and proof of insurance. To see insurances we accept, please see the list below. We are always adding new insurance plans to better serve our community so check with us if you don’t see yours listed!
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- MetLife Vision
- United Healthcare Vision
- Davis Vision