BEFORE BOOKING YOUR APPOINTMENT

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY

All of our in office availability is shown on our online system as well, including same day appointments.

BOOKING GUIDELINES

If you are scheduling multiple appointments for your family, each family member requires their own booking. If you are trying to schedule multiple appointments on the same day, please start with the kids' appointments. If you are scheduling them back to back, please all arrive at the start of the first person's appointment time

COVID PROTOCOL: We are still limiting the number of individuals in our clinic and our examining room. We continue to ask that only individuals who have scheduled appointments enter the clinic. Please refrain from bringing additional family members who do not have scheduled appointments. 

IF YOU ARE SCHEDULING A FOLLOW UP: We ask that you please give our office a call at 289-997-3385 to schedule any follow up appointments.

EMERGENCY CARE: Emergency care is available from 10am-4pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and 10am-3pm on Fridays to returning patients only. Please give our office a call at 289-997-3385 so we can best assist you. 

MASK POLICY UPDATE (March 21, 2022)

 

Please note that masks will still be required in health care settings after March 21st, 2022.

All patients 2 and up will still be required to wear a mask to their appointment. 

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. 

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IS YOUR EYE EXAM COVERED BY OHIP?

OHIP Coverage:

  • Children 19 years old and younger are covered once a year for a full comprehensive eye exam by a Doctor of Optometry, and are also covered for any emergencies within the same clinic. If it has not been a full year since your child's last full eye exam, or a valid health card is not presented you will be expected to pay out of pocket for the exam. 

  • Seniors 65 years old and older are covered once a year for a full comprehensive eye exam by a Doctor of Optometry, and are also covered for any emergencies within the same clinic. If it has not been a full year since your last full eye exam, or a valid health card is not presented you will be expected to pay out of pocket for the exam. 

  • Adults aged 20 to 64 years old are only covered by OHIP for a full comprehensive eye exam with a Doctor of Optometry once a year if they have one of the following conditions: diabetes, glaucoma, cataract, retinal disease, ambloypia, visual field defects, corneal disease, strabismus, recurrent uveitis or optic pathway disease. If it has not been a full year since your last full eye exam, or a valid health card is not presented you will be expected to pay out of pocket for the exam. 

  • Adults aged 20 to 64 years old under ODSP or Ontario Works are covered for one full comprehensive eye exam with a Doctor of Optometry once every 2 years and must present their drug card for the eye exam. 

 

Private Insurance:

  • Most insurance companies will fully cover or partially cover an eye exam once every year or two years. You should check with your insurance company to verify your coverage. 

  • We do not bill your insurance directly, we will give you a full receipt that can be submitted to your insurance to receive reimbursement for your eye exam.

 

Fee:

  • The fee for a comprehensive eye exam for an Adult 20 to 64 years old is $80.00. We accept the following forms of payment: cash, debit card, visa and mastercard.