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Insurance & Billing

Payment is expected at the time of service, including any insurance deductibles and co-pays, and any non-covered services or products. Payment may be made with cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. We also accept CareCredit. 

Major Medical Plans

  •  Aetna 

  • BCBS 

  • Cigna – Open Access (OA) plus only

  • Advent Health

  • GEHA

  • GHI – Multi Plan as the network

  • Golden Rule

  • Humana (Excluding Humana Gold)

  • Medicare Part B

  • Tricare – Standard & For Life

  • UHC – United Healthcare

  • UMR

ACCEPTED Medicare Advantage (Replacement) Plans:

  • AARP 

  • Aetna 

  • BCBS 

  • Humana (Excluding Humana Gold)

  • UHC – United Healthcare

Verification of benefits does not guarantee coverage

Vision Discount Plans

Vision Discount Plans offer discounts for a well vision exam along with eyeglasses or contact lenses.  Vision Discount Plans do not cover medical care (the diagnosis, management or treatment of eye health problems)



Contact Lenses

Vision Service Plan


Routine vs Medical

Insurance companies usually categorize visits to your eye doctor as either “routine” or “medical.” But understanding the difference between the two can get a little confusing. Most people who schedule eye exams do so for one of two reasons: It’s time for a routine exam, or you require a medical exam for a specific reason. While both medical and routine eye exams cover many of the same bases, doctors perform them for different reasons. 

Classifying a routine eye exam as opposed to a medical eye exam is also important to your insurance company. The type of coverage for each differs depending on your provider and your insurance plan. It’s important to understand what type of services are covered in your policy for medical versus routine eye exams.  Our patient care coordinators are always here to help answer any questions you may have.

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