Before Your Appointment
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What to Bring to your Appointment
- Photo Identification
- Insurance Cards
- A driver if your eyes will be dilated.
- Current Eyewear
- Contact Lens Rx information (if known)
- Questions for Dr. Hicks regarding the health of your eyes and/or vision
Covid-19 – Prevent the Spread
- At this time, we are requesting that only the appointed patient attends their exam at SeePort. Parents of minors and caregivers are always welcome, of course.
- Currently, face masks are required to enter the office. Dr. Hicks and Staff will also being wearing PPE to protect patients and employees alike
- If you are ill or have a fever, kindly reschedule any routine eye care at this time. If you have infection, pain, swelling, or other medical concerns, we can certainly see you via telemedicine if possible.
- Please feel free to ask us any questions or bring up any concerns. We are ready to help you with whatever you need.
Medical vs. Vision –
Medical Insurance, such as Medicare and United Health Care, is designed for medically based services such as evaluation and treatment of glaucoma, dry eye, eye infections, foreign body removal, or retinal detachments to name a few. Vision insurance, for example EyeMed or VSP, cover vision exams that evaluate nearsightness and farsightness as well as provide benefits towards a pair of glasses or contact lenses. If you have any questions about your vision or health insurance, please visit our insurance page to view plans we accept and helpful information. Any further questions can be answered by calling the customer service number on the back of your card. We are unable to release any insurance information without necessary information to find your benefits (ins company, ID number, Primary Insured).