About Our Process

What to expect at your first appointment?

For a first time dilated exam expect to spend 60-90 mins in our office.

  • 01

    Our friendly front desk staff will check you-in and orient you to the office. They will ensure that all forms and necessary insurance information is in order.

  • 02

    Our certified Ophthalmic Assistants and Technicians by JCAHPO will check your vision, update your glasses prescription, and listen to your vision concerns.

  • 03

    Any testing that the doctor feels will assist in caring for you will be performed.

  • 04

    You will meet with the Doctor and address all of your concerns.  All testing results will be discussed and any treatment recommendations. We pride ourselves on taking our time with each patient.

How does cataract surgery work?

  • 01

    As we get older and due to certain medications/trauma, the lens in the eye can become cloudy, resulting in decreased vision.

  • 02

    We will check to see how much the cataract is affecting your vision.

  • 03

    If your vision is affected to a level that cataract surgery would be safely beneficial, your Eye Surgeon will discuss in detail the treatment.

  • 04

    Using advanced surgical techniques , we are able to remove the old cloudy lens and implant a new crystal clear lens that is good for the rest of your life!

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Welcome to our office! We’re excited to meet you and give you the best vision possible.


To make an appointment, call the Eye Associates of Lancaster office that is most convenient to you. Our receptionist will schedule your appointment and answer any questions you may have.
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Numbers to Call:

Call us at (717) 397 - 4724

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If you must cancel your appointment, please contact the office at least one business day in advance. Your courtesy will make it possible for us to serve our patients more efficiently. Failure to provide the proper advance notice will result in a $35 charge.

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If you have to cancel or reschedule for any reason, please call ahead to avoid a fee!

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Emergency Eye Care

In case of an emergency that occurs outside of regular office hours, call the office and our medical answering service will contact the doctor on call promptly. If you cannot reach the physician and it is an extreme emergency, such as trauma, bleeding, infection, or severe pain, report to the Emergency Room of Lancaster General Hospital and a doctor will be on call.

Emergency Signs

Increasing redness, pain, loss of vision, or new visual symptoms.

Call Immediately!