Coming Soon!

Eye Associates Northwest is happy to announce we will be upgrading our EMR system as well as patient portal and online bill pay options. The roll out for these updated patient interfaces will take place through November. During this time, the patient portal and online bill pay features will not be available while we get these systems back online. During this time, please call our clinic line or billing lines for assistance. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.

Health Safety Notification

Patients are required to wear a face mask while in clinic to protect other patients and our staff. Please wear your mask for the duration of your visit unless your exam necessitates its removal. We appreciate your cooperation.

What to Expect During Your Exam

An ophthalmic technician will do several tests prior to the doctor examining your eyes, including obtaining a thorough personal and family medical history, dilating your pupils, testing your visual acuity for distance and reading, checking your intra-ocular pressure (a test for glaucoma), and refraction.

Pupil dilation is an extremely important portion of the exam, as it allows the physician to see all the way into the back of the eye using a slit lamp. He or she will look for signs of eye disease or general health problems such as diabetes or hardening of the arteries that may show up in the eyes.

If no special testing is required and no other exam (such as contact lens) is required, your appointment will last approximately 1 hour, but please allow extra time before or after your appointment to visit our optical department where one of our qualified opticians can help you choose the best frames for your needs.

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