For your convenience, we accept a variety of payment methods including:
Beach Eye Medical Group offers patients financing for procedures not covered by insurance, including laser vision correction and custom or laser cataract surgery.
This payment option is made available through Wells Fargo Health Advantage. Patients should not be limited in their vision correction options because of financing.
Our staff will work together with you to help you.
If you have questions about financing with Wells Fargo Health Advantage or would like more information, please contact our office at (714) 965-9696.
For informational purposes only, a link to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Open Payments web page is provided here. The federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act requires that detailed information about payment and other payments of value worth over ten dollars ($10) from manufacturers of drugs, medical devices, and biologics to physicians and teaching hospitals be made available for the public. It can be found at https:/openpaymentsdata.cms.gov.
I had a great experience with Beach Eye Medical Group. I had been recently diagnosed with early stages of cataracts, and was referred to this group by my Primary Care Physician. I fully expected a surgery pitch for lasik, however; much to my surprise, Dr. Shah said that; yes, I do have early stage cataracts, but they are not the reason that my vision has deteriorated rapidly that is because my eyes are extremely dry. He asked if I had any environmental changes over the last 1.5 years (when they went from bad to worse quickly) and I couldn’t think of anything. He then asked if I had changed jobs, which I had. He asked if I sit and stare at a computer all day, which I do… He asked if the office was cold. It is. He told me to use artificial tears, run a humidifier, and take omega 3s, and he’d see me in 4-6 weeks. If that didn’t work, he’d do a very simple procedure to plug a tear duct, and so on. He also explained that clearing up my dry eyes, would likely require a different prescription and that basically I’m looking at the world through smudged glasses.
I’ve already gone back down from a 3.75 reader to a 2.25.