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Welcome to the new patient center for In Focus Eyecare! We understand that your time is precious and that you need an optometrist who is professional, yet convenient for your lifestyle. In order to make the transition to our office smoother for you, we have created a New Patient Center with everything you need to get started.
In an effort to make you more comfortable when you arrive at our office and to streamline the new patient process, you will be able to complete all the necessary items prior to your first visit. At In Focus Eyecare, we strive to make sure the time we spend with you during your visit is quality time.
Please contact your insurance company to make sure we are considered in-network by your insurance. If you would like us to file your in-network insurance claim for you, we need your insurance information at least one day in advance of your appointment. We are not able to verify coverage and obtain authorization for insurances if we do not have your information until the day of your appointment. If you are not able to get us the information before your appointment, we will provide you with an itemized invoice at the end of your visit that will allow you to submit the claim to your insurance company.
How long will your visit take? Please be prepared to be here at least one hour for your visit. This time may be lengthened or shorted by coming with paperwork already completed (or unfortunately previous patients' paperwork NOT being completed in a timely manner), pretesting, working in emergencies, simple healthy or more complicated vision exams, need for additional tests or referrals to specialists. We know your time is as important as ours so we will do our best to keep on schedule. Choosing glasses and lenses may extend this time.
Thank you for choosing us, we look forward to see you.
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