an EyeDoctor holds clipboard and smiles
an EyeDoctor holds clipboard and smiles

Medicare: Find an eye doctor in-network near you

Clearlink Insurance Agency makes it easy to find conveniently located eye doctors who accept your plan’s coverage.

Find an eye doctor

Click or tap the button associated with your insurance carrier to visit their eye doctor search page. From there, you can find the selection of available optometrists and ophthalmologists covered by your plan.

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How to search for an eye doctor

When you click or tap the link associated with your insurance carrier, you’ll arrive at their “find an eye doctor” page. 

From there, search by location to find a nearby, in-network optometrist or ophthalmologist who accepts your Medicare plan coverage.

To complete your search, you may need to input the following information:

  • Medicare ID card
  • Plan year and type
  • Home address
  • ZIP code

Find specialized care

Not looking for an eye doctor? Use the button below to return to our Medicare provider search hub. There, you can search for hospitals, dentists, primary care physicians, pharmacies, and other providers covered by your plan.

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Helpful tips for finding the right eye doctor

When searching for the right eye doctor for you, the first thing to consider is whether you need to see an optometrist or an ophthalmologist.

  • Perform routine eye care, such as prescribing and fitting glasses and contact lenses, and detecting and treating common eye conditions
  • Focus on non-invasive, non-surgical eye care
  • Diagnose and treat a wide range of eye conditions and diseases,
  • Manage more complex and severe eye issues
  • May perform eye surgeries, such as laser vision correction, cataract surgery, and corneal transplants

Once you’ve determined which type of eye doctor you’d like to see, choosing an eye-care provider is similar to choosing any other medical provider.

  • Research ratings and reviews
  • Make preliminary office visits to evaluate staff and facilities
  • Check out providers’ specialized service offerings to see that they match with your preferences