Welcome to Whitewater Eye Centers!
We look forward to seeing you on your scheduled appointment date. If you are a new patient, information is being sent to you in an effort to streamline the check-in process and answer any questions you may have regarding your visit. We will be contacting you a few days prior to your appointment to confirm the appointment date and time, pre-register your demographic information and remind you to have a driver available to take you home after the appointment if needed. When you check-in for your appointment, we will need to copy your insurance card(s) in order to bill your insurance company.
Effective November 1, 2009, we became once again under local ownership. We are now contracted with many insurance networks and will do our best to make you aware of any changes in your benefits. If we did not discuss your particular insurance plan/benefits at the time of scheduling your appointment, please contact our Insurance Specialists. We will verify your insurance benefits prior to your appointment.
It is the desire of the physicians of the Whitewater Eye Centers to provide the best service possible to you, our valued patient. You may contact us at any time with questions at 765-962-2020 or 1-866-788-0001.
The following forms can be downloaded to your computer and printed at home. By filling out these forms ahead of time, you will save a significant amount of time during your visit. Please be prepared to provide this information to our office, along with your current medical insurance information. If you have any questions when filling out these forms, please do the best you can and our staff will assist you with your questions on the day of your visit.
“I first met Dr. Hainline when he was treating my mother for a very severe eye infection. She was also undergoing chemotherapy at the same time. The care he provided was with much urgency, compassion and concern. When I started to experience problems with my eyes and was told I was scheduled with Dr. Hainline, it was very comforting to me because I already knew him. After the first exam he told me I had prednisone induced cataracts, a condition that is caused by long term use. He also explained that I had very dry eyes and would need to get that under control prior to having cataract surgery. He then inserted punctual plugs, sealing the tear ducts to contain moisture in my eyes. Before my cataract surgery he fully explained the process and how the lens would be inserted after the cataract was removed. I have the utmost respect for him and his profession because I also work with people who are vision impaired or blinded and this has been a life changing experience. Thank you Dr. Hainline very much for helping to improve my vision.” Michelle Satterfield