Comprehensive & Affordable Eye Care
For our eye care services, we accept a wide variety of insurance and medical plans to cover your eye exams and treatments.
We accept all the plans covered by Government Health Plan including Medicaid, Medicare, and more.
Additionally, we accept the following insurance plans:
- → Advantica/ Allied
- → Aetna
- → Alliance PPO
- → Amerigroup
- → Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- → Anthem Healthkeepers
- → Avesis
- → Block Vision
- → BSD
- → Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- → Cigna Vision
- → Clarity Vision
- → Cole Managed Vision
- → Coresource
- → Davis Vision
- → EyeMed
- → First Health
- → GreatWest
- → Guardian
- → Humana
- → MD IPA / MAMSI
- → Mutual Of Omaha
- → NCAS
- → National Capital PPO (NCPPO)
- → National Vision Administrators (NVA)
- → OneNet PPPO
- → Optimum Choice
- → Private Healthcare Systems (PHCS)
- → Spectera/ Optum Health
- → Superior Vision Plan (SVP)
- → Unicare
- → United Healthcare
- → Vision Benefits Of America (VBA)
Whether you are insured or uninsured, our office promises to provide affordable comprehensive exams for you and your entire family.
Insured patients: Since vision & medical insurance coverage can often be confusing, we are committed to ensuring that you receive the maximum benefits afforded to you under your vision and/or medical insurance plan during your visit. Our experienced staff will research your insurance plan and explain how your policy works in order to reduce your out of pocket costs.
Uninsured patients: For individuals and families who are currently uninsured, we offer an affordable flat fee for eye exams, contact lens fittings and eyeglass prescriptions.
Frequently Asked Questions about Insurance
We understand that insurance coverage may be a little confusing. Here are a few frequently asked questions about insurance for eye exams.
What is a copay? This is a flat dollar amount paid for a medical service by the patient at the time of visit. Copayment amounts vary based on your policy.
What is coinsurance? This refers to a cost-sharing requirement between the patient and his/her health insurance company that establishes how much the patient will be responsible to pay versus how much the insurance company will be responsible to pay for medical expenses.
What is a deductible? This is a fixed amount included in the policy that is not covered by the insurance company. The deductible must be “met /paid” by the patient, before the insurance benefits can apply.