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New Patients

To make an appointment, please call our office at (915) 595-4375 between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday. We look forward to providing you with excellent eye care. Below please find a checklist of items you will need to address for your first visit with us:

New patient forms: Please click on one of the links below to print out and complete our new patient forms. Bring these forms with you to your first appointment or you can complete the registration on our patient portal.

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Insurance: Please bring your latest insurance card to your first visit. Many insurance companies require a referral from the primary care physician listed on your insurance plan.  A referral from another specialist or a primary care doctor who is not listed as your primary care physician on your insurance may not qualify. If you are not sure what is required, please stop by our office on a date prior to your first appointment.  Bring your insurance card and we will help you determine if you need a referral and from whom.

List of medications: It is helpful if you bring a list of your medications to your first visit. CLICK HERE to print our handy medication form which you can fill out ahead of time.

Photo identification: Please bring a driver’s license or other government issued photo ID.

Bring a driver: At your first visit, the doctor will likely dilate your pupils.  This involves using drops that make the pupil, the black part of the eye, big so that the doctor can examine your eye for such diseases as glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic changes, etc.  When dilated, you can expect your vision to be blurry for at least several hours. Also, you may want to have a family member with you to help you remember the findings of the examination and to ask questions.

Directions: Please CLICK HERE for directions to our office.

Have sufficient time: Most initial visits require a significant amount of time in our office, often several hours. This is because it takes time to complete the paperwork, verify your insurance benefits, wait for your pupils to dilate, perform testing, and explain your findings. Please note that we try our best to limit the time waiting in our office. However, many times complex patient requirements or emergencies back up our schedule. We appreciate your patience during these times and you can be assured that you will receive the same quality eye care as all our patients. For your convenience, we provide free WIFI.