If you have a sudden onset of symptoms that require immediate attention, we strongly urge you to call an office location and we will schedule an appointment at one of our offices as soon as possible. Our physicians are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Scheduling an Appointment
You may call an office location convenient to you to schedule your appointment. Saturday hours are available at specific locations. Routine calls are handled during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
To assist us in facilitating your appointment, please bring the following information with you:
- Insurance information and (if required) referral for medical visit
- Vision plan information for routine visits and eyewear
- Name, address and phone number of your Primary Care Physician
- Name, address and phone number of current pharmacy
- List of current medications and dosage you are taking
- Previous eye care history
- Current glasses and contact lens specifications
What to Expect
- For a routine exam, plan to spend one hour.
- Initial exams for pediatric patients will last approximately one and a half hours.
- Retinal exams are approximately one and a half to two hours. Retinal patients will have both eyes dilated for all retinal visits and procedures. A driver is required.
- Diabetic patients, please notify the front desk staff if you require a snack.
In order to make your visit with us a pleasant experience and to respect the comfort of patients and staff in the office, we respectfully ask the following:
- Due to the high volume of food allergies, please do not bring food or beverages to the medical office.
- Other than working (service) animals, no animals are allowed in the medical office.
- If using electronic games/devices, please use earphones or set on mute in consideration of others.
- Limit cell phone usage to emergent situations only.
- We require 30 days notice for requests of copying medical records.