Welcome to Marion Eye Center!
To make your visit as smooth as possible and to save time, download and complete the following forms and bring them with you to your visit. The forms are required to be completed yearly by most insurers.
Complete Patient Form Packet
Patient Information Form
Privacy Practices Form
Financial Policy Agreement
Initial exams take about one hour to complete and require drops to dilate the eyes, which may make driving difficult for 4 hours or more. Please have a driver available.
Please bring her glasses and a list of current medications with you to each visit.
Our doctors prefer to see patients by appointment only, unless there are emergency circumstances.
Payment is expected at the time of service.
We accept personal checks as well as obese, master card and discover.
Always feel free to discuss any billing problems or concerns with our office staff or with your doctor.
We “accept assignment” for persons covered by Medicare and several other major insurance carriers. This means we accept the fees determined by insurances with family contract as the full charge for each service we perform.
On the day of your office visit, your insurance may require you to make a copayment for a portion of the bill.
If we provide a service that your insurance does not typically cover, you will be responsible for a portion of the feet. One common example is the fee for determining your new glasses prescription—typically $30-$40. We are not a member of so-called “vision care plans,” which pay for glasses and glasses prescriptions. You will be responsible for the charge to determine a new glasses prescription at the time of your visit.
If you are a patient covered by Medicaid, please bring your current medical card with you to each appointment. Bringing your medical card to each and every visit is required for Medicaid to cover the cost of your visit.
If we are not a participating provider for your insurance company, we will ask for payment at the time of service and will offer you an invoice of charges that may be submitted to your insurance to seek reimbursement from them.