What To Bring To Your First Examination

  • Your glasses or contacts (if you wear them). Ask if you should stop wearing your contacts for a few days before the visit.
  • A list of any health conditions or allergies
  • A list of all medications and supplements you take
  • A list of any specific questions you have about your eye health
  • Your medical insurance information. Most policies don’t cover routine eye care, but if there is a diagnosis, such as dry eyes or glaucoma, you might get coverage. Vision insurance will cover some routine eye care, but most ophthalmologists (MDs) don’t take part in these plans.

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    Insurance and Financing

    West Coast Eye Care is happy to accept a number of insurance plans. If you don't see yours listed here, please contact our office.

  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross
  • Avesis
  • Blue Shield
  • Care 1st
  • Cigna
  • Community Health Group
  • Eyemed
  • Health Net
  • March Vision
  • Medi-cal
  • Medicare
  • MES Vision
  • Molina Healthcare
  • Sharp Health Plan
  • Tricare
  • United Healthcare
  • Vision Service Plan
  • Patient Satisfaction Survey

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