The first step towards better vision is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office by phone or complete the appointment request form below.. One of our scheduling coordinators will contact you to confirm your appointment.
Please do not use this form to cancel or change an existing appointment.
Note: Messages sent using this form are not considered private. Please contact our office by telephone if sending highly confidential or private information.
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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(English) >New Patient Form(Español)
> 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