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Vision Care Insurance Information

Our goal is to minimize the hassle and confusion of insurance payments and make your appointments go smoothly from start to finish.  Vision Care Associates accepts the following insurance plans:

Vision Plans

Medical Plans

  • EyeMed
  • Vision Service Plan (VSP)
  • Medicare
  • Railroad Medicare
  • Health Alliance
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO
  • Tricare/Healthnet
  • United Healthcare
  • Cigna
  • Coventry
  • Aetna
  • Humana
  • Healthlink

If your insurance plan is listed above…
Our staff will collect any applicable co-payments and charges for non-covered services from you at the time of service.  We then file a claim for those services to your insurance company and expect to be paid directly by your insurance company.  Please note that payment from your insurance company cannot be guaranteed.  Benefits are not determined until your claim is processed.  You are financially responsible for any claim your insurance company denies.

If you have insurance not listed here ...
Vision Care will file a claim to your insurance company on your behalf, but your balance must be paid in full at the time of service. When your claim is processed, reimbursement will be directly sent to you.


The Vision Care Gallery offers many options for lenses on sun frames.  Our pamphlet on Prescription Fitting Center for Active Lifestyles outlines what is available to our patients.

We are passionate about keeping children’s eyes healthy.  Our pamphlet on Children’s Vision will give you the necessary information to make the best choices for your child’s eye health.

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world.  It is considered the “silent thief” of sight because the loss of vision happens gradually, and might not be noticed until it has caused significant damage.  Our pamphlet on Glaucoma gives a comprehensive overview about this eye disease.

Macular Degeneration is the primary cause of vision loss for Americans 65 and older.  We encourage you to read our information on Macular Degeneration and contact us with additional questions.

Diabetes and your eyes - Diabetes is a leading cause of blindness in the United States. It is important to schedule annual diabetic eye exams to ensure your eyes are healthy.  Our pamphlet on Diabetes will help you know what to look for and what treatment we can provide.

Helpful Sites

We believe providing knowledge about eye health helps our patients protect their eyes and keep their vision healthy for years to come.  The sites listed provide additional information about vision and eye health that you may find beneficial depending on your particular eye health situation:

Illinois Optometric Association

American Optometric Association

American Academy of Optometry

Refractive Source

Glaucoma Research Foundation

American Macular Degeneration Foundation

TLC Laser Eye Centers

Maui Jim Sunglasses


Liberty Sport


All About Vision

What Patients are Saying

My whole family and I have had great experiences here. The staff is friendly and thorough. There's never much of a wait. Our Dr takes her time with us and is able to answer any questions we might have.

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