We encourage you to have someone drive you to your appointment. Not only will your eye be dilated, but you may undergo laser treatment or other procedures if deemed necessary during your visit.
We strive to give each patient adequate time to evaluate and address their concerns. However, we do handle emergencies frequently, causing delays in the schedule. We appreciate your patience and understanding if delays occur. Below is information to help you make the most of your initial visit with us.
How Can I Prepare for My First Visit?
- Your Driver’s License or Photo ID
- Names and addresses of your other health care professionals and pharmacy
- Your current health insurance cards and insurance authorization, if applicable
- Workers compensation claim information, with authorization, if applicable
- Your current medications in their prescribed bottles or an up-to date list
- Sunglasses to wear after your appointment
- A driver to take you home
What Can I expect from My First Visit?
Why do my Eyes Have to be Dilated?
Physician Exam and Assessment
If you cannot keep an appointment, please give us at least 24 hours’ notice so another patient can use the available time.