Below is most of the information you will need before your first appointment. If there's anything else we can help you with please feel free to call us!
Checklist for your first appointment:
Insurance card - if you are using any type of insurance, please remember to bring your card(s). Some vision insurance companies may not provide a card, if they don't, your regular medical insurance card is fine. We will also need a photo ID of the insured or a parent/guardian.
Current glasses and/or contact lens boxes if you are currently wearing contact lenses.
Current medication information - if you have a list, we would be happy to copy that for you at our office.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Simpson Optical accepts many insurance plans that specifically provide vision coverage. Some of these are:
EyeMed Vision Care
Vision Service Plan (VSP)
Vision Care Plan (Humana CompBenefits)
Davis Vision – for exam and contact lenses ONLY, must be used at our Meijer Way location only
We accept the following major medical insurance companies – some of which MAY provide a routine vision exam:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (Anthem)
Humana (please check to make sure referrals are not required)
Aetna (please check to make sure referrals are not required)
Medicare supplements – we accept most traditional Medicare supplement plans, please call us if you have questions about whether we accept your supplement.
Your human resources department can tell you if you have a vision rider. We will also be happy to assist you in any way we can.
Unfortunately, we do NOT accept:
Avesis (we DO accept Fayette County Public School retirees)
National Vision Administrators
Spectera/OPTUM or United Healthcare Vision Plan
Cigna (we DO accept the CignaVision Plan vision rider if you chose that option)
UK HMO (we DO accept the EyeMed vision rider if you chose that option)
Any self-funded HMO
If you do not see your insurance company listed above, please contact us with the information on your insurance card and we will be happy to check for you.
When you schedule your appointment, we will ask for your insurance information and verify whether or not you have coverage for a routine eye exam before your appointment. However, verification of benefits is NOT a guarantee of payment from your insurance company. You may receive a bill for services not covered by your insurance company.