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Drs. Anders and Walker are dedicated to providing the highest quality eye care to each and every patient. Both doctors are skilled in the difficult to fit contact lens patients, including the newest bifocal lenses and for those patients with astigmatism.

They are also certified in the newest Corneal Refractive Therapy techniques. Both doctors work closely with area laser centers that perform Laser Vision Correction and are skilled in the most recent treatments of eye diseases and injuries.
Some of our services include:
Eye Exams Dry eye management
Contact Lens Exams Retinal photography
Visual acuity  Internal health of the eye
External health of the eye  Contact lens fit & evaluation 
Cataract evaluation  Ocular pressures (glaucoma testing) 
Depth perception  Color vision 
Visual field testing  Laser/Lasik vision consultation
Corneal Topography  Infant and Children's Vision 
Lacrimal Plug (for dry eyes)

The doctors and staff at Vision Care Specialists are fully committed to providing the highest quality eye care to you, your family, and our community.

We will continue to stay on the cutting edge of technology with the latest instrumentation and continuing education for our doctors and staff.

We will offer the newest innovations for your visual wellness, including contact lenses, ophthalmic eyewear, sunwear, and laser vision correction for patients with standard and unusual vision conditions.

We remain dedicated to providing for your quality of life in the years ahead.

We are able to provide care for most urgent eye problems quickly and less expensively than most emergency rooms and urgent care centers. If an urgent problem occurs during the day, do not hesitate to call our office for advice. When the office is closed our answering machine provides a telephone number and instructions for getting in touch with one of our doctors.

Vision Care Specialists is currently accepting new patients. As a new patient, it is important to share details about your specific eye problem and the type of examination you require with our staff when you call to schedule your appointment. We do have several brief appointment times available every day for urgent care situations, as well.

In the case of an after hours emergency, please call our office at (215) 536-8540 and follow the instructions on the answering machine for further assistance.

Today's health care environment has become more confusing and complex. Understanding your health insurance and vision benefit is not as easy as it once was. Our practice has provided this information to untangle and clarify many misconceptions about third party care and your vision.

It is important for all patients to understand a fundamental principle of the third party mechanism. Unless your provider (doctor or health care facility) specifically takes assignment of benefits, the patient is ultimately responsible for any non-covered services and their charges. The insurance relationship is between the patient and the insurance company not between the patient and the provider.

Many common vision insurance programs only cover the vision part of the overall eye health examination. There are two distinct and important elements to every visit to our practice. First, the most important aspect of your visit today is to insure quality of life by providing you with a comprehensive, thorough medical examination of your visual system. Many eye diseases that affect your vision have little or no symptoms until the problem has become sight-threatening. Routine eye health examinations are critical to prevent debilitating eye disease. Secondly, each comprehensive medical eye exam will include a vision component to analyze and prescribe, if necessary, eyewear or contact lenses to correct your vision.

It may be necessary for your doctor to perform additional special testing to insure the overall systemic health of your eyes. Some of this additional testing may not be covered as part of your vision benefit. Payment for these additional special tests is the financial responsibility of each patient.

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134 Mill Road
Quakertown, PA 18951
215.536.8540 | Toll Free 877.536.8540