Frequently Asked Questions
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Please see our Insurance page for all our accepted insurances.
Yes, all payments are due at the time of the patients visit.
Yes, we require all current insurance information when you come into the office for the exam for optimum care.
According to the insurance industry, it is the insurance members responsibility to know what their coverage consists of prior to any doctors appointment.
Yes, as long as we have all of the correct member numbers and member information.
Yes. Any HMO plan is required to have the referral from the PCP by the patient prior to or by the day of the appointment.
Normally, exam appointments last 1 hour unless special testing is included, then it can be longer. So always plan on 1 to 1.5 hours for exams. Also if you go to our optical to order glasses or contacts, then more time may be needed.
We would appreciate 24 hours notice unless it is an emergency situation. Appointments are set-up for the doctor so he can give the patient the most thorough exam and individual attention they might require.
Yes, we have a "Wait" list that we use to put patients on that would like or need to come in sooner than the appointed time they are scheduled.
A new patient exam is $165.00, an established patient is $145.00, a contact lens patient is charged extra for the measurement to fit a new or current contact lens prescription during their exam.