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Here are the Medical Plans we accept:

  • 1199

  • AARP (Secondary)

  • Aetna

  • Affinity Health Plan

  • American Progressive (Secondary)

  • Amerigroup

  • Meda Blue HMO & PPO

  • APWU Health Plan (Secondary)

  • Beech Street

  • Blue Cross Blue Sheild

  • Cigna

  • Emblem Health

  • Empire Plan

  • Magnacare

  • Medicaid

  • Medicare

  • Meritain Health

  • Multiplan

  • Mutual of Omaha

  • MVP

  • Oxford(Liberty and Freedom)

  • PHCS


  • Tricare

  • Today's Options PPO

  • UMR

  • UHC


Here is a list of the Vision plans that we take:

  • Blue View Vision

  • National Vision Insurance (NVA)

  • Eye Med

  • Aetna Eye Med Discount

  • VSP

  • Met life


We accept cash, check, visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, FSA and HSA accounts, and Care Credit as payment options.

If you do not have insurance or your deductibles are too high no worries here is a listing of our exam pricing

  • New Patient Full Exam ( Exam, dilation, refraction, and optos ) $165

  • Existing patient Full Exam ( Exam, dilation, refraction, and optos ) $100

  • Follow up exam starting at $50

  • Emergency Exam starting at $50 

FSA/HSA Plan Holders

Your employer may offer an FSA/HSA plan that you put funds into.  FSA/HSA  holders can pay for the following through their accounts.

  • Co-pays and deductibles

  • Prescription Glasses 

  • Contacts

  • Routine Eye Exam Fees

  • Prescription Sunglasses

Differences Between HSA/FSA:

FSA plans:

  • ​Funded by the primary account holder

  • Normally expires at the end of the year

  • Account holders have to keep record of their expenses.

HSA plans:

  • Usually seen with plans with high deductables

  • No expiration date

  • May gain interest over time if you don't use it

Remember to always look over your plan and policy, there might be some limitations.  The first step into using your FSA/HSA  is to make an appointment to see one of our doctors, to learn if you have any vision issues or need glasses or contacts.