For the health and safety of our patients, staff and community, we have new protocols in place for office visits. Please click on the links below for additional information, and to complete any necessary paperwork prior to your visit.
What is a Pediatric Ophthalmologist?
College, medical school, residency and children's hospital fellowship: at least 13 years of education and surgical training to earn an MD and acquire the knowledge needed to treat your child with expert care.
What to Expect
We believe that all children should be treated as our own. Our goal is to provide your family with a medical visit that is as pleasant and informative as it is professional. We look forward to serving your family!
Paperwork for Your Visit
Your first appointment with us requires a lot of information so that we might properly diagnose and develop a treatment plan for your child. Fill out necessary forms beforehand to make your visit as smooth as possible.
Understanding Your Insurance and Visit Coverage
Medical v. Vision Insurance
Will your insurance cover the doctor's visit? Will it cover glasses if they are prescribed? Why is there a difference?
Medical Plans We Accept
We currently accept most insurances, including Cigna, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield NC, and MedCost. If you have questions about your coverage, please contact our office directly.
Our modern office is ready for your visit!