American Optometric Association (AOA)
243 N Lindbergh Blvd, Fl 1, St. Louis, MO, 63141-7881
Distance: 695 Miles
Health care professionals providing eye care services such as exams, diagnosis and treatment, and prescriptions for glasses
InfantSEE® is a no-cost public health program developed to provide professional eye care for infants nationwide.
Optometrists will provide a one-time, comprehensive eye assessment.
Infants between the ages of 6 - 12 months.
Find an InfantSEE doctor at: http://www.infantsee.org/x3423.xml
To learn more, call (888) 396-3937
8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday
|Toll Free||(800) 365-2219|
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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LF-4900.2000-900Vision Screening Definition
Programs that offer visual acuity tests for the purpose of identifying individuals who have an impaired ability to see that may require further examination.
LV-2400.6300-650Pediatric Ophthalmology Definition
Programs that are staffed by specialists who provide comprehensive preventive, diagnostic and treatment services for children from birth through young adulthood who have diseases or injuries which affect the eyes.
Programs that are staffed by health care professionals who are licensed to provide primary eye care services including comprehensive eye health and vision examinations; diagnosis and treatment of disease and vision disorders; and prescriptions for glasses, contact lenses, low vision rehabilitation, vision therapy and medications. Optometrists check patient vision using eye charts; measure patient nearsightedness, farsightedness, depth perception and other vision problems using optical instruments; prescribe and fit corrective lenses or other corrective treatments to conserve, improve and correct vision; prescribe training exercises to strengthen weak eye muscles; and counsel patients on contact lens use and care, visual hygiene, lighting arrangements, working distances and safety factors. They may also examine eyes for glaucoma and other diseases and refer patients to ophthalmologists or other physicians and surgeons when ocular or other diseases are found. Optometrists may specialize in fitting visual aids for people who are partially blind, fitting contact lenses or correcting special vision problems.
Very young children from birth to age three.