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What to Bring
> Photo ID
> Medical insurance cards and vision insurance information (if applicable)
> Medical records from former eye doctor or referring physician (if applicable)
> Out-of-pocket financial responsibilities (i.e. copay, deductible, co-insurance, etc.)
> Current glasses and/or contact lens boxes (if applicable) >New Patient Form
> Questions and Concerns
We pride ourselves on high quality, comprehensive service. As a result, please plan to spend 1½ – 2 hours with us. Wait times will vary depending on the office and the level of complication of the doctor’s previous appointments.
If you have a list of medications, please bring it with you and we can make a photocopy. Otherwise, please bring your medications with you on the day of your appointment.
As part of a thorough examination, your eyes may be dilated. While dilated, you may experience light sensitivity and blurred vision. Please keep in mind that dilation typically wears off in 3-5 hours. If you have experienced problems in the past or if your eyes have never been dilated, we encourage you to bring a driver. Most of our patients can drive following dilation. Please use your best and safe judgment on deciding whether to acquire a driver or drive yourself.
We Look Forward to Providing You with High Quality, Comprehensive, Coordinated Ophthalmic Care