Cover Letter - New Patient

Cover Letter for New Patients

 

 

 

Bannett Eye Centers, P.A., Wills Eye Hospital affiliate

Custom Cataract Surgery, Advanced Implant Technology, Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Degeneration Treatment Center, Laser Surgery, Glaucoma, Dry Eye Care, Comprehensive Eye Care

 

With Offices at:

620 N. Broad Street                            - and -                        2250 Chapel Ave., West, Suite 220

Woodbury, NJ 08096                                                             Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

 

Phone: (856)853-5554

Fax: (856)853-5650

www.bannetteyecenters.com

 

Gregg A. Bannett, D.O.                                                                    Kara Della Torre, M.D.

Board Certified Ophthalmologic Surgeon                                             Board Certified Ophthalmologic Surgeon

Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology                                      Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology

 

PLEASE ARRIVE 15 MINUTES EARLY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT. BRING YOUR EYE MEDICATIONS WITH YOU IN A PLASTIC BAGGIE. THANK YOU.

Dear New Patient:

 

Welcome To Our Practice!

In an effort to efficiently serve you, we are sending you these papers prior to your appointment.  PLEASE BE SURE ALL PAPERS ARE FILLED OUT AND SIGNED BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT.

You will need to bring the following to your appointment:

  • Paperwork we mailed you
  • All insurance cards
  • Referrals – if your insurance requires
  • Copay, if your insurance requires
  • Medication list

Please note that one of our doctors is allergic to fragrance, so we ask that you please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, or scented lotions on the day of your exam.  Also, since your eyes will be dilated for the exam, we recommend that you have someone drive you home, as the dilating drops can compromise your vision.  We also recommend that you bring sunglasses with you for comfort from sun glare. 

**Please be aware we do not do Contact Lens services.  We will issue a glass script and refer you out to an optometrist.

 If you have Medicare* and need a refraction (test to determine whether or not you need glasses or if there has been a change in your vision or last prescription), there will be a $45 charge which you should be prepared to pay at your visit.  REFRACTIONS ARE NOT COVERED BY MEDICARE.  If you have a secondary insurance that covers refractions, we will refund your payment after your secondary pays.If you have Medicaid secondary to  Medicare, we do not participate with Medicaid and you will be responsible for the Medicare coinsurance and refraction charge if you have a refraction at your visit. If you have Horizon NJ Health secondary to Medicare, you will either need to get a referral for the refraction from your family doctor or you will be responsible for the refraction charge.

 

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06.12 | 17:36

Dr. Della Torre is wonderful. Listen to my concerns and immediately ordered MRI. I didn't feel rushed.

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23.08 | 18:32

Dr Torre is a great doctor. She would listen to our questions and will find answers and make recommendations. It makes us feel that she cares about her patience

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23.07 | 03:15

I am a fairly new patient of Dr. Bannett's. But, in a short period of time I found him to be extremely professional, thorough and knowledgable.

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