Midwestern University is following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and requiring all patients over the age of 2 to wear a face covering when entering any of our clinic buildings. This includes our waiting area and clinical exam rooms where community based transmission is possible. Any patient who brings a driver or another individual to the appointment must abide by the same rules of wearing a face covering.
Thank you for helping us keep our community healthy!
The Midwestern University Eye Institute is your source for exceptional eye care at affordable prices.
The Eye Institute houses over 60 exam rooms, classrooms, and specialty care areas, and optical retail services offering a wide selection of eyeglasses and contact lenses at competitive prices.
Midwestern University’s Arizona College of Optometry faculty and students work together to ensure the highest quality eye care using the latest technology.
As a full service eye and vision clinic, the Eye Institute provides comprehensive eye exams, glasses and contact lenses, disease screenings, sports vision training and vision enhancement for athletes, low-vision and rehabilitative vision services, pediatric care, and a 24-hour on-call optometrist.
Primary Eye Care
Primary eye care includes the identification, treatment and prevention of conditions and diseases that may affect and potentially threaten a patient’s vision. A primary eye care exam encompasses a comprehensive vision examination to include disease screening, glasses prescription evaluation, treatment for common eye diseases, and education on risk factors and disease prevention.
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Vision vs. Medical Insurance
The specifics of medical insurance can be confusing, and vision coverage is no exception. Insurance companies usually categorize visits to your eye doctor as either “routine” or “medical”.
So, should I use my medical or vision insurance?
Medical insurance is for situations where there is a medical sign, symptom or ongoing care for a medical condition. A few examples are infections, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes or emergencies. Your medical insurance may cover diagnostic tests, such as digital imaging, visual field evaluations and other specialized tests.
Vision insurance is for routine eye examinations and prescriptions which are usually used one time a year. Also, they generally cover glasses, and/or contacts lenses or may provide a discount. Some examples are nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism.
Please note that insurance plans vary greatly and pre-approval may be required. Please contact our front desk for any questions.
Introduction to Phreesia
We’ve invested in new technology to serve you better.
Streamline your check-in with our Phreesia arrival stations. Just walk right up to the station and skip the line. Enter or update your information, electronically sign forms and privately pay balances.
You can also check-in at home or on your device, prior to your visit or when you arrive. The check-in experience is securely delivered via email or text message, and it can be done from the privacy of your own device. This will allow for a simple and quick arrival at the office.
Please make sure that we have an up to date email address or phone number.