We accept payment via cash, checks, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
Please bring your picture ID and insurance card to every appointment
It is common for medical insurance companies to require pre-authorization for services. Please work with your insurance company or primary care physician to obtain pre-authorization before your appointment with us.
Can I Pay Online?
Yes. It is our goal to make paying for top-quality eye and vision care as convenient as possible for our patients.
Pay Your Bill Online
Fees and Payment Policy
At the time of your appointment, we will collect any necessary co-payments. Please reschedule your visit if you are unable to make your co-payment. For visits deemed medically necessary by a physician, a $15 Co-Pay Service Charge will be incurred.
Medical Insurance Accepted
We work with a large number of medical insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid. Coverage will vary by insurance provider and individual insurance plan, so coverage, co-insurance, and out-of-pocket costs will vary by each individual and their treatment needs. Contact your insurance provider to determine our office’s participation.
Is My Treatment Covered by Insurance?
Procedures that are deemed not medically necessary, or elective, are rarely eligible for insurance coverage. However, our patients who incur out-of-pocket costs still have options. We accept funds from FSA, HRA, and HSA accounts, and we also work with CareCredit®, a trusted medical lender.
Medical Financing Options
With CareCredit®, our patients are able to select the payment plan that works best for them. Many CareCredit plans offer no up-front costs, a range of monthly payment options, no annual fees, and no prepayment penalties.
What Can I Finance?
Our patients can use CareCredit to finance any and all eye care and vision services and treatments we provide. This includes:
- LASIK and other Vision Correction Procedures
- Cataract Surgery
- Advanced Intraocular Lenses (IOLs)
- Dry Eye Treatments
- Eyelid Surgery
- Routine Exams
- Co-Pays and Uncovered Expenses
FSA, HRA, and HSA Accounts
Patients are able to use funds from a FSA (Flexible Spending Account), HRA (Health Reimbursement Account), or HSA (Health Savings Account) to pay for out-of-pocket costs. Money from these employer-sponsored accounts is tax-deferred and is specifically designated for healthcare expenses.
If you would like a copy of your medical records, please call us at (614) 766-2066.
You can also print and complete this Medical Records Release Form and submit it by Fax or mail to the address listed on the form.
By law, turnaround time for medical form release requests must be within 30 days. We will make every effort to achieve a turnaround time of 7 – 10 days.