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Please bring the following with you on the day of your appointment:

  • The completed registration forms
  • Your current insurance cards
  • A valid picture identification card
  • Co-pays for specialists as noted on your insurance card
  • Referrals from your primary care physician if your insurance requires a referral to see a specialist.    (NOTE: Without a proper referral, payment will be due at the time of the office visit.)
  • A list of all medications and eye drops that you are currently taking
  • Any contact lenses or glasses that you currently wear


About your office visit:

  • Your eyes will be dilated for the examination.
  • You may not feel comfortable driving, so you may want to arrange for transportation.
  • Your visit may last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the type of evaluation.
  • Diabetic patients are asked to bring a snack in case the appointment runs into their lunch or dinner time.
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COVID-19 Concerns- Please Read
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, please know that Retina Center of Texas’s priority is your health and well-being. We are taking all precautions possible at the time of your appointment. For your safety, we kindly ask that you wear a face mask during your appointment. Our staff will be checking patient and staff body temperatures and will also carry out a COVID-19 risk assessment questionnaire before you are admitted into our office.

We are currently only allowing the patients scheduled for an appointment to enter our office. If medical assistance is required then one other person may enter with patient. Thank you in advance for your understanding and cooperation.