Welcome! You're in great hands.

We make sure all our patients feel welcome, safe, and taken care of. Please note that an average eye exam may last up to 2 hours.

For a shorter time in the waiting room, please bring the following items to your appointment:

  • Your driver’s license or photo ID

  • Your medical insurance cards
    (Please note: We do not participate with vision plans.)

  • A referral (if required by your insurance)

  • A list of all your medications

  • Your pair(s) of eye glasses and/or contacts

  • Your contact lens prescription (on the contact lens box/vial)

  • Patient registration forms

New Patients:

You can download and complete new patient registration forms before your appointment or we can provide you with them when you arrive at our office. Please plan to arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to your appointment time so we can complete the registration process in a timely manner. Thank you!

As of 2012, our office ONLY accepts medical insurance, and no longer accepts vision plans. Due to this change, the only type of visit that is covered by medical insurance is a medical eye exam. Routine eye exams will not be covered by medical insurance at our office and will require patients to pay out of pocket. Nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism fall under the category of refractive services and DO NOT qualify as medical conditions.

For more information on routine vs. medical eye exams, please click here.

We participate with most major medical insurance plans, including Medicare. Please call our office for more details and to see if we accept your plan. For more information about insurance, please click here.

check out our FAQ here for any questions!