Save time during your appointment by filling out these forms at home. Please bring these forms with you on the day of your scheduled appointment.
- Welcome to the Practice Letter
- Patient Registration Forms
- Email Permission Consent
- Authorization to Share Health Information Consent
- Topical Anesthesia Consent
- HIPAA Consent and Notice of Privacy Practices
- Authorization to Receive/Release Health Records
Please be prepared to bring the following with you to your appointment:
- Current insurance cards/information
- Current drivers license or identification
- Valid Credit Card (Payment is due at time of service)
- A list of current medications
- Diabetic patients might want to consider bringing a snack
- Insurance authorization/referral if your insurance requires this for specialist office visit
Appointments are available from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. We also see patients on an emergency basis as needed. Our practice is limited to diseases and surgery of the retina. Upon your arrival, our staff will enter and update your registration and insurance information. Please have your insurance cards, driver license, a list of current medications, and your copay/deductible. You may fill our your registration forms prior to your arrival. Those forms are available below.
Please remember that the length of your appointment time can very depending on the severity of your eye condition. As we are mainly a referral practice, we are sometimes faced with unpredictable emergencies that require immediate attention. This can sometimes cause our appointment schedule to become delayed. We strive to give each patient the attention and care they deserve.
We do our best to see patients in a timely and efficient manner. Due to the complexity of diseases and the necessary testing, some appointments may require over 2 hours. You will initially be seen by one of our technicians. They will take your medical and ocular history, check your vision and dilate your eyes. The physician will then examine you. Based on their findings, you may need further testing such as photography, fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography and ultrasound. If you need treatment, such as a laser or an intra-ocular injection, this may be done the same day or scheduled for another time. If one needs surgery, this will be scheduled.