There has never been a better time than right now to come in to Vision World of Parkchester. With the end of the year fast approaching, there are some good reasons to use your health benefits now before the new year comes. Our Westchester Village opticians accept several different insurance programs, so make an appointment for your yearly comprehensive eye exam, update your current prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses, or fill a new prescription for corrective lenses.
If your insurance carries a yearly deductible, this is an excellent time to visit our Westchester Village opticians. In January, your new deductible will apply but if you’ve used up this year’s then you should consider optimizing your budget by taking advantage now instead of paying out of pocket later. The same logic applies if your insurance has annual maximums and you have room left to reach that cap before January. Why should you leave it on the table when you can use it to take care of your eye health and your vision? Also, those with money in an FSA (flexible spending account) may have a balance left to use before the end of the current year. And with the Affordable Care Act kicking in at the beginning of 2014, this is a perfect opportunity to take care of something as important as your yearly comprehensive eye exam, eyeglasses, or contact lenses.
Among the insurances we accept are Fidelis, HIP (for glasses only), Medicaid, Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield, and GHI. The others on our list are 1199, 32-BJ, Davis Vision, DC-37, Guildnet, Health First, Local 6, Local 237, Local 371, Metroplus, UFT, and Visiting Nurse Service. If you have insurance that is not listed here, call us and ask. Our Westchester Village opticians are always interested in trying to help.
So don’t delay. The year will be over before you know it and we wouldn’t want you to miss out on benefits you are entitled to. Call our Westchester Village opticians today and arrange an appointment for an eye exam or if you are just interested in getting glasses or contacts, come on in.