Patient Information


Pilot Point Family Eye Care accepts a wide range of both vision and medical insurance. If you have insurance related questions or need help navigating this often frustrating and confusing area, please call our team. We are happy to help you understand your benefits and how to make the most of them!
Vision Insurance

Medical Insurance

New Patients


When you’re ready to schedule your appointment at Pilot Point Family Eye Care, please click the link below.  Our online system will walk you through registration and allow you to fill out your patient forms prior to your arrival.  This will speed up the process and ensure we can get started on improving your eye health right away!  We can’t wait to meet you!

Optometry technician at Pilot Point Family Eye Care.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?

Please bring your ID and insurance information to your appointment. In addition, please bring your current glasses, contacts, and written prescription (if available).

Do I need to have one of the vision or medical insurance plans listed on your site to be seen?

Absolutely not! We will work with you to determine if you are a cash pay patient, covered or out of network and assist in submitting the proper paperwork.

Should I bring my current or old contacts and glasses even if they are not working?

Yes! Even if your current glasses or contacts are not working the best, it is always helpful to know what your previous prescription may have been. This allows the doctor to more easily troubleshoot what is not working for you.

Can I order my glasses and contacts the same day?

Yes! You will be able to pick out frames and order lenses the same day as your appointment. Depending on your prescription, your lenses may even be able to be edged in house and available within 1-2 business days.