New Patient

Your Initial Visit

Welcome to Retina Specialists of Indiana. We are committed to providing you compassionate and expert care.

When you arrive, you will be greeted by our friendly staff who will kindly ask you to complete the new patient forms packet, collect your insurance card(s) and photo ID to have them scanned into our system. You can save time in the office by printing and completing the new patient forms before your appointment (see below). We also can email or text you a link to the forms.



New Patient Forms

To expedite your paperwork process, you may print and fill out our forms and bring it with you to your appointment.


About Your Appointment

  • Please plan to arrive approximately 20 minutes early to fill out all necessary paperwork.
  • We will talk with you to get a better understanding of your medical history.
  • We will perform a vision test.
  • We will use a series of drops to dilate your pupils, and they may remain dilated for up to a full day.
  • If medical intervention is needed to address your eye disorder, we will help you decide the most appropriate course of action.
  • Depending on the diagnosis and treatment plan, your treatment may be performed in our office, in the surgery center, or in a combination of both.
  • We recommend that you have someone else drive you home after your first appointment.

What to Bring

Please bring the following items with you to your appointment:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance card(s) and co-pay/co-insurance/deductible if one is required by your insurance
  • Complete list of medications
  • Your prescription glasses and/or contact lens
  • Any medical records/notes from your referring doctor
  • A translator/interpreter if needed
  • Completed new patient forms packet
  • A family member or friend to drive you home after your appointment
  • Dark pair of sunglasses to wear after your appointment

About Payment

We accept most healthcare plans. and are a participating provider for Medicare. Your insurance provider may require written authorization from your primary care physician before any office visit, diagnostic procedure or intervention.

Please come prepared to pay your co-pay, co-insurance and/or deductible. Payment will vary according to your insurance coverage and it will be expected on the day of your visit. 

Patients have the right to request a non-binding good faith estimate of the total cost of their exam, imaging and procedures that is valid for 30 days.

Our office accepts credit cards, cash and checks.