Learning starts at a very young age. We recommend bringing your child starting at age 3 for routine eye checkups unless you feel your child is already having vision problems (watches TV too close, holds onto furniture or parent very closely, bumps into walls, eyes turn in, etc.) Our doctors can see children as young as 6 months.
We handle all 4 types of Medicaid programs (Peach State, Amerigroup, Wellcare, GA Better Health) - We are available
to help you and your child with eye exams and Medicaid eyeglasses. If your child has Amerigroup, Wellcare, or Peach State,
you can receive the Medicaid glasses as soon as 2 weeks. We are equipped to handle Medicaid glasses at 4 of our Wal-mart locations.
Appointments are in limited supply. Please call and follow instructions provided by our staff to make an appointment. Please have your Medicaid number available. Currently, we are accepting Medicaid patients at all locations.
We are inside Wal-mart Vision Center.
Road in East Atlanta (404)244-3990
Avondale/Decatur location: (404) 284-0701
Marietta: (770) 955-5019
Midtown/Howell Mill Rd (404) 352-3414
**Note: EFFECTIVE 07/01/2009 - We are accepting outside eyeglass prescriptions for Medicaid glasses. You must come during office hours in order to receive the medicaid glasses. Amerigroup now covers routine eye exams or glasses for adults and children. Anyone 21 years of age or older and has WellCare will pay a $10 co-pay for the exam
and glasses. PeachState patients are eligible for a free eye exam and glasses whether you are a child or an adult.
If you just have Medicaid(GA Better Health) or Medicaid and Medicare, this Medicaid program will only allow children under 21 to receive glasses
and this program may take more than 4 weeks to receive the glasses.
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