New Patient Information

Thank you for choosing DuPage Eye Center for your eye care needs. The following is information you will need on your first visit to DuPage Eye Center as well as what you can expect.

It is best to arrive at your scheduled appointment time since that is how we see patients. New patient appointments can last longer than an hour and fifteen minutes. A new patient exam can include dilation, which will cause light sensitivity and difficulty reading for a few hours. Please plan accordingly.

Be sure to bring the following items that apply with you so we can complete your chart information:

Current Medical Insurance Cards
Photo ID
A list of current medications you are taking
Any glasses you use
Contact lens information
Sunglasses because of dilation
HMO Referral (for patients with HMO insurance – please note that
         referrals are the patient’s responsibility. Your appointment
         will be rescheduled if a referral is not attained prior to your 

If you have a co-pay, please be prepared to pay it at the time of service. Also note that a glasses prescription requires a test called a Refraction. Should you need or want this test, please be prepared to pay a $35.00 fee since medical insurances do not cover this test.

If you have any questions, please call the office at 630-963-3937 x0. We look forward to meeting you soon.

Thank you,


Jean Kaminsky
Office Manager

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