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Patient Resources

​PATIENT FORMS

Authorization to Verbally Share Protected Health Information

Patient Contact Information
Patient History
Authorization to Communicate PHI Electronically

Forms are in Adobe PDF format.

FAQs

Yes, all glasses and contacts. Bring your contact lens prescription or box in with you that you are currently wearing.

Yes, including any vitamins you are currently taking.

Typically 1-1½ hours for complete exams. Special examinations and testing may have increased appointment times. Children’s eyes take longer at times to dilate which will make the wait time longer. 

By downloading and completing the paperwork ahead of time you can generally reduce your appointment time significantly.

Some insurance companies do. Please check with your insurance company to find out.

Yes, unless you are experiencing redness or pain.

Generally yes, however it does depend on the physician’s examination as well as the evaluation of your contact fit and power.

All dilated patients are given dark glasses to wear outside to make their vision more comfortable for driving. Some patients prefer to bring a driver if they think they are unsure after dilation. It really depends on the individual.

We accept VSP and EyeMed. We will be glad to help determine your individual benefits when you stop by the optical shop. We are willing to work with patients on any plans and will offer discounts to patients that do not have vision plans. Please visit the eye clinic to speak to an optical staff member.

Yes, it is always a good idea to bring copies of your past ophthalmic history to your appointment.

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