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Adriane

Which insurance does walmart vision center accept?

I plan to buy a pair of eyeglasses from walmart vision center. And i heard that they also work with some insurance plan. So, i wonder which insurance does walmart vision center accept?
09/26/2012

Answers (7)

  • Sandra Garrett

    DO Medicare and mecicaid covers eye exams and glasses
    10/16/2013
  • mary gurule

    Hi do you take VSP.? I need new glasses.
    05/06/2015
  • emptyheading

    There are a lot of national insurances that Walmart Vision Centers could work with. If you searched the Internet especially Walmart's official website, you can find out the list of the insurances that Walmart Vision Centers accept: Advantica, Avesis, Block, Davis Vision, March Vision, Medical Eye Services, National Vision Administrators (NVA), OptiCare, Optum Health, Starmount/Always, Superior Vision and many local plans. PS , Walmart Vision Centers only provide services to those Vision Care Insurance members and EyeMed, and those services are on an out-of-network basis. Besides, the services for Eye exam and eye care may vary by location since they are provided by an independent optometrist. So you are supposed to contact your local Vision Center to see what services are provided.
    09/27/2012
  • walkingalone121

    I just know that the vsp insurance can be accepted by Walmart when you buy the eyeglasses from there. In order to make their service comprehensive, Walmart must open many buying methods for you to choose from. You can call their vision center and ask the detailed things. This can be the most easy way for you to know.
    10/08/2012
  • gerard

    United Healthcare insurance can be accepted by some Walmart vision centers. But the situation varies from location to location. Not all the Walmart vision centers will accept united healthcare insurance so you'd better call the local Walmart vision center to know whether they will accept your insurance or not. I also heard that some eyeglasses will accept insurances but I really don't know more about this, so you'd better have your policy checked by stuffs of Walmart to see whether they will be accept or not. Hope you good luck!
    09/25/2013
  • Justin williams

    There are more than 2,500 Walmart locations can offer you full vision care centers. You can take the insurance you have to see a professional in your local vision care centers. But you may need to make an appointment at the first. Or you can just call the local vision centers to know more information about any questions related with this field. If you can't find the number of the vision center in the phone book or YellowPages.com, you can call the main Walmart phone number directly and then ask them to transfer the call for you. You need to ask them to make an appointment for you and know the location of the vision center. Usually the vision care center is located in the front of the building. Or you can ask them what kind of insurance coverage will be available on the phone. You can tell them your insurance. If they are unable to help you in this point, you can contact your insurance provider directly to know what kind of coverage you can receive.
    09/25/2013
  • crazycowgirl89

    While most independent optometrist honor several insurance plans, you may not be able to use your health or vision insurance at Walmart vision centers, as many of centers' optometrists work on cash-based systems. Also, while some of their doctors provide ancillary services, such as treatment of eye infections or disease, their examination and office setup is mainly designed to provide routine vision care. More complex eye conditions may be better left to private eye care practices. Although most eye care practices are very knowledgeable about insurance plans, remember that it is not your doctor's responsibility to know the details of your individual plan. It is to your benefit to be aware of possible deductibles and co-pays that are part of your plan. Your insurance plan may cover routine vision care, but you might end up paying for it anyway if your deductible has not yet been met.
    05/14/2015
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