To schedule an appointment with us, please call 610-565-6780. We make every effort to accommodate your scheduling and special eye care needs. If you are unable to keep your appointment, kindly give 24 hours notice so that we may accommodate other patients with urgent eye care needs. If you have a special condition that requires treatment please let our knowledgeable staff know so they can direct you to the right doctor. When you call to schedule your appointment, we will request your insurance information in order to help facilitate your check-in process on the day of your visit.
Please provide a form of identification and a list of the current medication you take.
The Day of Your Visit
When you arrive for your first appointment, you will be asked to complete a packet of new patient forms. All forms are available on our website for you to print. If you have access to a printer, please print and fill out the forms and bring them with you on the day of your appointment. Some of these forms are required by law. We understand that they can be an inconvenience and a bit lengthy but they are very important. To protect your identity we will ask for your license and your insurance card and scan them into your record. You will then be greeted by one of our eye care technicians who will review your health questionnaire, gather your ocular history, screen your vision and provide any testing that your physician will require to meet your individual needs. Please bring a list of all of the medications you take and how you take them.
All new patients will undergo a complete dilated eye exam to screen for eye diseases. Please be prepared to stay for one to two hours. If you are sensitive to dilating drops, please make arrangements for someone to drive you home, or to remain in the office for a few hours while the drops wear off. You may wish to bring a pair of sun glasses to wear home to cut down on the glare you may experience.