The Eye Care Group is pleased to offer you convenient, secure access to information from your eye care record through an online portal called RevolutionPHR. The acronym PHR stands for “Personal Health Record” and represents an online location where you and only you can view important information about your relationship with us.
You can access:
Key information about you
All about your eye care professional
Manage your schedule and send info
Check on status of glasses
and contact lenses
Billing statements from today
and the past
Ask us about it and
we’ll get your all set up.
*Most major insurance plans are accepted.
The doctors and staff at the Eye Care Group want your visit to be as smooth and satisfactory as possible. Our focus is excellent patient care. We can normally complete your examination and eyewear selections in approximately one hour.
What should I bring with me to my eye exam?
It is important to bring information to your eye exam that will alert your eye doctor to risks you may have for eye or vision problems.
In particular, bring a list of any prescription or non-prescription medications you are currently taking. Include the dosages you take for each medicine or other substance, and how long you have been taking them.
If you currently wear corrective lenses, bring all pairs of eyeglasses you wear routinely, including sunglasses. If you wear contact lenses that were prescribed elsewhere, bring in your contact lens boxes if possible.
Also, be sure to bring a copy of your vision insurance card and any other medical insurance cards you have if you are seeking insurance coverage for a portion of your fees.
Finally, prepare and bring a list of questions or concerns that you would like to discuss with the doctor. And if you are interested in specialty services such as contact lens fitting or laser surgery evaluation, be sure to mention this – both when you schedule your exam and when you check in on exam day.
Part of the examination, such as taking your medical history and the initial eye test, may be performed by an optometric technician who assists your doctor.