We would like to make your appointment as pleasant as possible. To assist us, please bring the following information with you on the day of your appointment.
If you are a new patient and were sent forms in the mail,please complete them at home, and bring them with you to your appointment.
If you were not sent forms to complete, please arrive 10 minutes early to complete them at the office.
Please bring your insurance cards & a photo ID so we can make a copy of them for your file.
Please bring any co-pay or deductible amounts you are responsible for.
If your insurance requires an insurance referral for payment of services rendered, please contact your primary care doctor in advance of the appointment so they can put a referral into the system for you. If we have not received the insurance referral when you arrive for your appointment, you will be asked to sign a waiver which holds you responsible for payment of the services rendered until the referral is received.
A list of all medications you are currently taking, including dosages and frequency.
Dates of any prior eye surgery or other surgery.
Family history of eye problems
Your current eyeglasses, and if you wear contacts the prescription measurements you wear.
If you wear soft contact lenses, we ask that you remove them 24 hours prior to your eye exam visit here. If you wear hard contacts they need to be removed 2 weeks prior to your exam.
Any previous medical eye records and/or diagnoses relating to your eye condition
If your appointment is for an initial evaluation or retinal problem,it is advisable to bring a companion who can drive you home, because the dilating drops used during the examination will blur your vision. We also advise you to bring a pair of sunglasses for your comfort following the exam. If you forget or do not have any sunglasses,a pair of disposable sunglasses will be given to you upon leaving.