Patient Information & Forms


We value your time and want your appointments to go as smoothly as possible.

Below, you will find information and all of the items necessary to streamline the registration process and help us provide you with a great and timely experience. 

If you have any questions, please call us at 425.899.5335.


New Patients

Please plan on 60 to 90 minutes for your first exam which, in most cases, will include dilation.

Dilating drops will cause your near vision to be blurry for several hours, will cause you to be sensitive to light, and will cause your pupils to be larger than normal. Please bring sunglasses with you or we can provide you with disposable ones.

To expedite the check-in process, please download and complete these forms and bring them to your appointment:


For All Patients

Every visit we ask that you please bring:

  • your prescription glasses (even if you choose not to wear them)
  • any prescribed or over-the-counter eyedrops that you use or have used in the past
  • a list of all your current medications.
  • f you are thinking of updating your contact lens prescription, please bring your current contact lenses, box and case.

At the end of your exam, your doctor will explain the findings, make recommendations, and answer any questions.


FAQs

Are you taking new patients?
New patients are always welcome!


Where are you located?
We have two office locations for your convenience:

EvergreenHealth Eye Care, Kirkland  Get Directions
12303 NE 130th Lane, Suite Coral 220 | Kirkland, WA  98034

EvergreenHealth Eye Care, Mill Creek  Get Directions
1025 153rd Street SE, Suite 100 | Mill Creek, WA  98012

Call 425.899.5335 to make an appointment at either location.


How do I schedule an appointment?
To make an appointment, call our office during office hours at 425.316.0338. You will be asked a series of questions including your insurance carrier as well as a phone number where you can be reached. We will then attempt to schedule you into the soonest available time that meets your needs. If you need a referral for a medical visit, you will be asked to contact your primary care physician and have one sent to us.


What if I need to cancel an appointment?
If you are unable to keep an appointment, we ask that you kindly provide us with at least 48 hours notice. This courtesy on your part will make it possible to give your appointment to another patient. 


Is there parking available?
Free parking is available on site.


Are you wheelchair accessible?
Our office is wheelchair accessible. We are located on the first floor of our building permitting easy access from our parking lot for wheelchair bound or limited mobility patients.


Do you accept credit cards?
We accept Visa and MasterCard as well as personal checks and cash.


Eye Care Links

National Eye Institute
www.nei.nih.gov
In conjunction with the U.S. National Institutes of Health, this site is devoted specifically to eye care. It includes a patient information library, photos and illustrations, low-vision information, news and events, clinical studies and current research, and patient information in Spanish.


Macular Degeneration Foundation
www.eyesight.org
This site is specifically devoted to providing information regarding age-related macular degeneration and low vision. It includes information regarding adult and juvenile AMD, an AMD pictorial, FAQs, glossary of eye terms, reports and research on AMD, news updates and a free newsletter.


Glaucoma Foundation
www.glaucomafoundation.org
This is a comprehensive site devoted specifically to the causes and treatments of glaucoma. It provides the latest updates on glaucoma and glaucoma research, free newsletters, glaucoma-related news features and support group information.


The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control
www.cdc.gov
The website of the U.S. Public Health Service’s national agencies for control of infectious and other preventable disease offers a wealth of information of interest to the public.