Click on the Patient Forms icon above to access our online patient portal to fill out and submit the necessary patient forms prior to your visit. You will also be able to digitally sign necessary documents related to your visit.

Click here to see which types of insurance we accept and what type of financial assistance is available.

In order for our Patient Care Coordinators to verify patient eligibility and confirm that patient will be covered for services at time of appointment, please provide as much insurance information as possible when scheduling your appointment.

This includes:

  • Patient’s Full Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Vision Insurance carrier and ID#
  • Medical Insurance carrier and ID#
  • Full Social Security Number

Or if patient is not the policy holder, please include all of the above for the patient and also include:

  • Policy Holder’s Full Name
  • Date of birth
  • Full Social Security Number

Our office keeps both Vision and Medical insurance on file for all patients.

If you don’t know who your insurance provider is, please contact your employer or the Customer Service or Member Services number on the back of your insurance card(s).

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • dry eye
  • flashes/floaters
  • eye pain
  • chemical burn
  • sudden vision loss
  • “cobwebs” in vision
  • foreign body in eye(s)
  • red, itchy eyes
  • sudden double vision
  • trauma to the eye(s)
  • sudden onset of pain
  • severe light sensitivity
  • contact lens associated pain
  • red eye,

These may be signs of a more serious medical issue and would not be considered a routine eye exam, but will instead be submitted to your medical insurance. Co-pays and deductibles apply.