Your First Visit
We are committed to making patients feel comfortable and delivering you world-class care. This begins with you understanding what will happen during your visit to our office.
During your first visit, a staff member will take a medical history and your retina doctor will perform a complete examination of your eyes. In most cases, both eyes will be dilated, which might blur vision temporarily. Therefore, you should arrange post-appointment transportation prior to your visit.
For your initial appointment with Retina Specialty Institute, please remember to bring these important items:
- Your referral from your primary care physician or referring doctor
- List of current medications, including any inhalers, atomizers, or vitamins/supplements
- Your best glasses
- Your insurance card
Your first visit to take at least two hours or more, depending on diagnostic testing and procedures indicated by your physician. Since we are a subspecialty practice, each of your follow-up visits may be prolonged depending on testing or procedures that are needed. Thank you for your understanding
New Patient Forms
We have made our patient forms available online. You can download and fill them out at your convenience. Please bring the completed forms with you to your first visit.