Patient Resources

Clinic Schedule

Our Calendar/Clinic Schedule is now published. If you are already a patient a copy of our schedule has been mailed to you. If you have misplaced it or have not received it please click here for a copy. The copy online is always the latest so please check back to see if any changes to clinic locations, dates and times.

All forms are created in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.

Click here to get a copy of the Patient Letter.

Click here to get a copy of the Doctors Letter.

Click here to get a listing of our most frequently asked questions.

Click here to download the Patient Handbook For Prosthetic Eye Care.

Click here to get insurance information on what is usually covered by most Insurance Companies.

Click here to download our Patient Information Form.

 

Resource Links

  • LostEye - Support group for anyone that has lost an eye.
  • Eye Cancer Network -- The Eye Cancer Network is an educational web-site about the diagnosis and treatment of ocular tumors, eye cancer, and orbital diseases for patients, their families and the health professionals who care for them. Hosted by Dr. Paul T. Finger, M.D. The Eye Cancer Network's web page describing the surgical process of removing an eye, and what to expect afterwards.
  • Eye Care Foundation -- New York-based non-profit organization formed to treat diseases and cancers of the eye.
  • ASO - American Society of Ocularists -- An organization of ocularists with members in many states and nationwide. This is an excellent place for you to start your search for an ocularist and to learn more about ocularistry and your new eye.
  • Choroidal Melanoma Chat Group - Discussion group on treatments, doctors, problems and advice.
  • NEBO -- The National Examining Board of Ocularists was formed in November, 1980, in response to the need for more uniform standards in the field of ophthalmic prosthetics (artificial eyes)
  • DGCKids -- The Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments is committed to helping children who are blind or visually impaired reach their full potential through individualized education and therapy services for infants (birth to three years) and their parents and through support services for children of all ages, their families and the community.
  • RPB -- Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) is the leading voluntary health organization supporting eye research directed at the prevention, treatment or eradication of all diseases that threaten vision.

 

 

 

 

 
 
     

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