A Vision to Serve YOU
Welcome To Retina Associates
We want to make your visit as pleasant as possible. That means more than caring for your eyes. It's important for you to have all the information you need to understand your medical condition and its treatment. So if you have any questions, about anything, please ask.
Please download the Medical History and Demographic Patient Forms above to have completed before you arrive at the office for your appointment.
All new patients must fill these out and we urge all patients to update their information with these forms yearly or when you have any changes to them. We appreciate you keeping your contact information current with our practice.
What To Expect On Your Visit
We know your time is very important to you. That's why we try to complete your evaluation during your visit. This will include the examination and any needed tests and/or procedures. You will see a nurse or ophthalmic technician, the doctor and other staff, if necessary.
This process takes time, two to three hours, perhaps even longer if the doctor believes that immediate treatment is needed. So we ask for your patience.
We feel it is beneficial having a family member or friend accompany you on your first visit. This level of care involves giving you a lot of information on your condition and its treatment. Having someone with you can help you absorb this information.
We dilate your eyes, so we strongly advise you not to drive.
About Your Referral
Your retina evaluation and treatment will be integrated with the care provided by your referring doctor, who remains an important participant in your eye care. We will keep your doctor fully informed of the care you receive.
- Age-Related Macular Degeneration
- Complications of Cataract Surgery
- Cystoid Macular Edema
- Central Serous Retinopathy
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Degenerative Myopia
- Epiretinal Membrane
- Inherited Retinal Disorders
- Lattice Degeneration
- Macular Holes
- Ocular Complications of AIDS
- Ocular Tumors
- Pediatric and Neonatal Retinal Disorders
- Penetrating Ocular Trauma
- Posterior Vitreous Detachment
- Retinal Detachments
- Retinal Tears
- Retinal Vascular Disorders
- Retinal Vein/ Retinal Artery Occlusions
- Uveitis and Infectious Retinitis
A Vision to be the Best
As the largest group of Retina specialists in the Greater Kansas City, Topeka, Sedalia and surrounding areas we offer multiple professional offices to serve you. Each of our offices are staffed and equipped to provide the highest level of health care service and access in a comfortable environment.