Your First Visit

To help ensure your first visit with us is a great experience: 

When making your appointment:
Please be prepared to provide as much information as possible, so we can schedule an appropriate time slot.  We need to know:

  • The purpose of your visit (blurry vision, annual check-up, need more contact lenses, diabetic eye exam, red painful eye, etc.)
  • Any significant medical eye problems you’ve had
  • Any health problems that could affect your eyes
  • Your insurance information for routine vision AND for major medical. We’ll need the primary insurance holder’s full name, date of birth, and insurance ID number.

New Patient Paperwork:
Please fill out your new patient paperwork ASAP, and make sure we receive it NO LATER THAN one week before your scheduled appointment.  This will help us estimate your out of pocket costs and ensure your scheduled time slot is the right length. 

Download and save the file.  You can then fill out the fields electronically and save your changes.  You may or may not be able to complete the signature fields.  That’s OK.  Please complete everything else, and we’ll collect your signatures at check-in.  You can email your completed paperwork to  Or, if it’s easier, you can drop your paperwork off during regular business hours.

If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please notify us 72 hours in advance of your appointment to avoid a $50 late cancellation fee.

 The day of your appointment:
Please arrive 15 minutes early.  Patients arriving more than 5 minutes after their scheduled appointment time will need to reschedule.  See our ‘location’ page for help finding our office.(link to location page)

Be prepared to pay exam co-pays prior to being seen.  Materials co-pays and ‘out of pocket’ expenses for materials will need to be paid in full before glasses or contact lenses may be ordered.

We accept cash and Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and Care Credit
We do not accept checks.