Scheduling Appointments

Please arrive a few minutes early to allow time for registration and bring your insurance card with you. For Medicare patients, please bring your Medicare card and a secondary insurance card if you have one. New patient visits usually will last 1 hour to 1.5 hours and your eyes may be dilated. Plan to have someone drive you home if you think you won’t be able to drive safely with your eyes dilated. Family members are always welcome to sit in on your exam, if you wish them there.

If you wear glasses, please bring them to your appointment. In order to have the most up-to-date medical information about each patient, it would be a great help to us if you can bring a list of all your current systemic and eye medications to your initial visit.

If you want to have a contact lens exam, please tell our receptionist at the time of scheduling. Please bring a copy of your contact lens prescription, contact lens box, and contact lenses with you if you have a pair. If you have a pair of back-up glasses, please bring them too.

If you are unable to keep an appointment, we ask that you kindly provide us with at least 48 hours notice. This courtesy on your part will make it possible to give your appointment time to another patient or avoid overbooking. Same day appointment cancellation or no-show is subject to a cancellation fee.

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  • Please use this form for general information purposes only. DO NOT send personal health information through this form. Specific patient care must be addressed during your appointment.Please complete the following form to request an appointment. Please also note that availability will vary depending on your request. Your appointment will be confirmed by phone by a member of our staff. Thank you!
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