Patients are seen by appointment only so scheduling is very important.
Please notify us as soon as possible should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. We ask that you give our office 24 hours’ notice should you have to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Please allow at least one and one-half hours for your eye exam. Your initial evaluation is usually very extensive and may take longer should additional tests or procedures be indicated.
Your eyes will be dilated at the time of your appointment.
In some patients this can temporarily impair your vision so you may want to arrange alternative transportation prior to your visit.
Everyone at the office of Dr. Greenhaw is committed to providing the utmost in quality eye care.
Upon arriving, you will be greeted by friendly receptionist who will swiftly assist you in registering as a new patient or checking in as an established patient. You will be asked to complete a medical history form for Dr. Greenhaw to review. Your insurance information will be verified so that we may file your insurance if appropriate. We accept Medicare and assignments and participate in several health plans. Depending on your insurance and deductible requirements, your co-payment or charges will be due at the time of service unless other arrangements have been made.
Once you have checked in, an ophthalmic Technician will escort you to one of our examination rooms.
Our technicians are all trained professionals who will review your medical history and help to establish the reason for your exam. They will also perform several diagnostic tests, including the refraction (vision test), glaucoma (eye pressure) check, and dilating your pupils. This will assure that Dr. Greenhaw has a maximized view of your retina allowing him to better assess for ocular diseases.
Our technicians are constantly gaining new skills through continuing education workshops, self-study, an instruction from Dr. Greenhaw.
Our technicians are trying to perform any diagnostic add tests that Dr. Greenhaw may order including fundus photography, test for color vision, potential vision tests, muscle balance assessment, and mapping out your peripheral vision. They are also able to instruct patients on proper contact lens handling and maintenance if indicated.