Prepare For Your Exam

Prior To Your Appointment:
  • Please contact our office more than 24 hours in advance of your appointment to reschedule, to avoid a $30 cancellation fee
  • Submit the patient health history form as soon as possible after scheduling your appointment for your comprehensive exam
Please send the office images of the front and back of your major medical insurance cards. Some diagnoses or testing fall outside of routine coverage and can be billed to your medical insurance. If this is not possible please bring the physical cards with you to your exam.


If you have diagnoses that affect your ocular health and ability to see, please contact your previous provider for the most recent record summary. These records can be faxed to 614-789-5758 or sent to Any previous imaging such as retinal photos or OCT scans can be helpful to add to our records as well.
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Bring your most current pair(s) of glasses with you to your eye exam. This includes correction for distance, reading, computer/hobby, and prescription sunglasses.

If you are a current contact lens wearer, please wear them into your comprehensive exam, and also bring the parameters of your contact lens prescription. A physical copy of the prescription, contact lens boxes, or foils from individual blister packs or photos of the aforementioned can be used to provide this information.
Medical Insurance and Vision Care Plans:
We make every effort to obtain your benefits prior to your appointment. However, it is ultimately your responsibility to provide us with any information required to file your claim. Please bring your insurance card to each visit.
There are two types of health insurance that will help pay for your eye care services and products.
  1. Vision care plans (such as VSP and Eyemed) only cover routine vision exams along with eyeglasses and contact lenses. Vision plans only cover a basic screening for eye disease. They do not cover diagnosis, management, or treatment of eye diseases.
  2. Medical insurance plans do not cover anything considered routine, such as refraction, contact lens evaluations or materials.
Medical insurance must be used if you have any eye health problem or systemic health problem that has ocular complications. Your doctor will determine if these conditions apply to you, but some are determined by your case history.
If you have both types of insurance plans, we may be able to bill some services to your medical insurance and other services to your vision plan using coordination of benefits.

We participate in the following medical insurance plans:
Anthem BCBS
Medical Mutual of Ohio
United Healthcare

We participate in the following vision plans:
Vision Service Plan (VSP)

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