New Patients

Welcome To The Eye Specialists New Patient Center!

We strive to make your experience at Eye Specialists as convenient and pleasant as possible. This area of our website provides the information about what to expect at your appointment.

In addition, the forms required at the time of your visit are available online to provide the convenience of completing them in the comfort of your home prior to your appointment.

About Your Visit

There are many things to worry about in life, your eyes should not be one of them. At Eye Specialists, we want to ensure you are prepared and educated about your visit and the health of your eyes.

Patient Registration

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time for parking and registration. You will be asked to complete Registration forms.

For your convenience, you can download and complete these forms prior to your arrival to expedite your visit. Bring these forms and your insurance cards to your visit.


Prior to seeing the doctor, preliminary testing will be performed by an experienced ophthalmic technician. Please bring the following information with you:


Contact Lens information
Names of medications including eye drops
Allergies to medications

Privacy Policy

Eye Specialists is committed to maintaining the privacy and confidentiality of your health information.

In our Privacy Policy, we describe how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can obtain access to this information. For more information, contact our compliance/privacy officer at (402) 292-6514.

Click here to download our Privacy Policy

Below, we've also included a list of the most commonly asked questions about coming in for an eye exam.

 What occurs during my exam?

 Comprehensive exams are typically completed with dilation. At the time of your visit the doctor will look at the full spectrum of your eyes. The doctor will complete a refraction to determine your glasses prescription. Your eyes can be the gateway to your health, helping to diagnose high blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, and other medical conditions.

 What is a refraction?

 A refraction is the procedure done by the doctor to obtain a glasses/contact lens prescription. The question "Which is better, one or two?" is frequently used to help fine tune your vision. The doctor will release a prescription if necessary. This procedure is not covered by all insurance companies. Our refraction policy is available for review in our forms section.

 Why is my health and lifestyle information important?

 Every individual can expect to have their history reviewed in detail by the doctor to help determine the type of examination needed. Your environment and lifestyle plays a role a significant role in your visual and ocular health.

 Why do you have to dilate?

 Dilation enlarges your pupil which allows the doctor to obtain a full view of the retina. In some cases, dilation may not be needed.  After the drops are instilled you will notice an increased sensitivity to light and blurred near vision lasting approximately 2-4 hours.

 What is that blue light?

 The instrument using the blue light is called a Tonometer. At Eye Specialists, we use the process of applanation to measure the pressure in your eyes. A combination drop of yellow dye and numbing agent is instilled in each eye. Measurements are completed after the tip of the probe gently touches your eye. This is used in lieu of the ‘puff of air’ for pressure checks.

Online Forms

Eye Specialists offers our patient form(s) online so they can be completed in the convenience of your own home or office.

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Download the necessary form(s), print it out and fill in the required information.
Fax us your printed and completed form(s) or bring it with you to your appointment.

Patient Registration Forms - Required (Both pages)

Download & Print Form - Patient Information

Download & Print Form - Authorization and Release

Download & Print Form  - Refraction Policy

Consent to Treat a Minor Form - Required (if patient is under 19)

Download & Print Form

Payment Options

Eye Specialists believes in the value of eye care for you and your family. We have products and pricing to accommodate all budgets. Check out our Promotions page! Our office participates in most insurance programs. To learn more about our payment options, please call our office directly.

Our office accepts cash, checks and major debit and credit cards including MasterCard, Visa and Discover.

Don't forget to use your:

Flexible Spending Plans
Health Savings Accounts (HSA)
Medical Savings Accounts (MSA)
All of the above plans can be used for your eye care and eyewear needs, including eyeglasses, contact lenses, routine office visits and medical office visits.


Most insurance plans are accepted at our office. Since there are so many plans and coverage varies widely, please call your insurance company to verify your coverage and benefits.

No Insurance

Please call our office directly to discuss our payment policy. You may also contact our billing department by email at