We will check your eligibility and benefits prior to your appointment. If your insurance requires a co-payment and/or deductible, the applicable amounts will be due at the time of visit.
Secure online payments can be made HERE.
This procedure lets our doctors know what is the best vision that each eye is capable of and what glasses prescription, if any, would be needed to achieve that level of vision.
Medical insurance companies including Medicare will not cover refractions even if the patient is being seen for medical reason. Unless you are using an insurance that we know will pay for your refraction, you will be asked to pay for this service at the time of your visit. As a courtesy we will submit a bill for the refraction to your insurance company, and any payment that we might receive will be forwarded to you.
If you would like our office to share your medical records with another physician, care giver, or with you, please complete our Medical Release form.
You may access the form below to send us the details of your request. Your complete form will be sent securely to the medical records coordinator.
If you require a vision examination for your driver's license, please complete the DMV form and bring it with you at your next visit.
Please be informed that we charge a $20.00 fee for the completion of each form. It will be due when you receive your form.