One Community Health is committed to helping people live healthier lives through high-quality, comprehensive health services.
When you visit one of our health centers, we want you to feel comfortable and to be a partner in your care.
Our team of medical specialists—including physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dentists, psychiatrists, behavioral health therapists, substance abuse counselors, clinical pharmacists, and nutritionists—want to help you make life choices that will lead to your improved health. We offer a full range of services to meet all your healthcare needs.
Do our patients need a referral to get an eye exam?
No, they can call and make an appointment on their own.
What sort of conditions do the Optometrists test for?
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Macular Degeneration
- Refractive Errors
- Dry Eye
Does a patient need to have visual issues to be seen by an optician?
No. It is recommended that all patients have an eye exam each year, regardless of them having any visual challenges.
How often should patient’s get an eye exam?
It is recommended that every patient be seen by an optician at least annually. Patients are not restricted in the number of times that they can be seen by the optician’s in clinic each year.
Adult minimum guidelines for eye exams are:
18-40 Years At least every 2 years (at risk annually or as recommended)
40-64 Years At least every 2 years (at risk annually or as recommended)
65 and older Annually (at risk annually or as recommend)
What are the hours for the eye exams?
Optical services are available from 8:30 pm-5 pm Monday through Friday at the Midtown clinic. Closed for lunch from 12 pm-1 pm daily (12 pm-2 pm on Wednesdays).
Where is all this located?
The eye exams are performed in the medical area in Building B in the Midtown Campus. Patients do not need an appointment and can drop in.
How much does an eye exam cost?
Like all of our services, patients will be able to use a sliding fee for the exam. Medi-cal coverage includes eye exams.