Welcome to our Online Patient Center! Here you can get information about what to expect during your visit with our doctors as well as important forms you can complete before your appointment to save time.
We want your visit to be as stress-free as possible. Our staff will do everything we can to make sure your experience is pleasant and convenient. If you have any questions about these forms, please don't hesitate to contact us.
What to ExpectWhen you visit our office, you will be warmly welcomed and we can answer any questions you may have about completing the paperwork so that Michigan Vision Institute may see you. Our team will work together to evaluate your eyes and provide relevant eye care treatment information, review your vision benefits and payment options, fit you for glasses or contact lenses, and focus on exceeding all of your expectations. If at any time you have questions about the process or your specific health information, please ask.
Patient FormsPlease download and fill out each of the following forms.
5300 Gateway Center
Flint, MI 48507
Always get in quickly and out! The staff is very nice and comforting, and the Doc's are very good!
There are two types of insurance that cover eye care, Vision Insurance, and Medical Insurance. Michigan Vision Institute must bill the appropriate insurance as legally directed.
Vision Insurance - (EyeMed and VSP, etc.)
This type of insurance covers routine vision care (i.e. regular eye exams for
glasses and contacts) when no medical eye problem or related complaint
specifically exists. Following is a list of some common eye conditions for
which Vision Insurance would be billed:
- Amblyopia - lack of development of vision in one eye that is not correctable with lenses
- Anisometropia - unequal refractive error
- Astigmatism - misshaped curvature of the eye
- Emmetropia - normal eyes
- Hyperopia - farsighted
- Myopia - nearsighted
- Presbyopia - bifocals
- Age-Related Macular Degeneration - deterioration of the macula (central area of the retina)
- Blepharitis - swelling or inflammation of the eyelids
- Bullous Keratopathy - condition in which the cornea becomes permanently swollen
- Cataracts - a clouding of the eye's natural lens, which lies behind the iris and the pupil
- Conjunctivitis - swelling (inflammation) or infection of the membrane lining the eyelids (conjunctiva)
- Corneal Edema - swelling and inflammation of the cornea
- Corneal Erosion - breakdown of the outermost layer (epithelium) of the cornea
- Corneal Injury - injury crystal clear (transparent) tissue covering the front of the eye
- Diabetes - a group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose levels
- Diabetic Retinopathy - diabetic eye disease caused by changes in retinal blood vessels
- Dry Eyes - chronic lack of sufficient lubrication and moisture on the surface of the eye
- Ectropion - turning out of the eyelid (usually the lower eyelid) so that the inner surface is exposed
- Entropion - turning in of an edge of an eyelid, causing the lashes to rub against the eye
- Eye Pain - also described as pain behind the eye, eye socket pain, shooting or stabbing pain in the eye
- Floaters - tiny spots, specks, flecks and "cobwebs" that drift aimlessly around in your field of vision
- Foreign Body - any object originating outside the body found in the eye
- Glaucoma - buildup of pressure inside the eye that causes damage to the optic nerve
- Headache - pain or discomfort in the head, scalp, or neck
- Herpes Simplex - infection that is caused by a herpes simplex virus (HSV)
- Iritis - inflammation of the iris
- Keratitis - inflammation of the cornea
- Lupus - chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body
- Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction - tear duct obstruction prevents tears from draining normally
- Ocular Hypertension - pressure inside the eye, called intraocular pressure, is higher than normal
- Pterygium - non-cancerous growth that starts in the of the clear, thin tissue (conjunctiva) of the eye
- Ptosis - a drooping eyelid
- Rheumatoid Arthritis - autoimmune disease causing inflammation of the joints and surrounding tissues
- Strabismus - misalignment of the eyes, inward or outward
- Uveitis - swelling and irritation of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye
The doctors of Michigan Vision Institute accept many medical insurance plans including, but not limited to:
- Blue Care Network
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- McLaren Health Advantage
- McLaren Health Plan Commercial
- Medicaid - established patients only
- Priority Health
- Total Health Care Commercial
prior to your appointment.