Co-Management and Optometrists
Thank you for choosing to partner with us!
We love working with referring optometrists. We wanted to make it easier for you to see our services and get in contact with us. Here you will find a list of our services, our co-management online referral form, and information about our top-of-the-line co-management program.
If you are interested in co-managing with us, then fill out our online referral form to refer a patient. If you have questions about our services or co-management, then give us a call at 702-263-2020 and our co-management specialist Amie will get back to you. We have an advanced co-management program that we have been developing for years alongside optometrists. It’s optimized to be cost-effective and convenient for the patient, ophthalmologist, and optometrist.
Give us a call if you have any questions or suggestions on how we can improve our co-management services!
Online referral form.
Send us a message if you would like to refer a patient to Brimhall Eye for co-management. If you have any recommendations on how we can improve our co-management services then please call Amie at 702-263-2020.
We are constantly improving our co-management service so we can provide our patients, your patients, and you with the best service possible.
What you can expect when you co-manage with Brimhall Eye.
Co-management can be tricky. It can be a lucrative and convenient partnership for both the optometrist and ophthalmologist, or it can be frustrating for all parties involved. We provide a superior co-management experience that we believe is one of the best programs you can find.
Our processes are legally sound and within CMS guidelines. We have a process that we have established with optometrists that reliably works well. We have perfected it over time, and it is one of the best services out there. We work hard to get it right every single time.
We have a full-time co-management specialist.
Amie is our full-time co-management specialist who spends her day managing our co-management services. She understands the legal restrictions that are an essential part of co-management, and she ensures every process runs smoothly without letting anything fall through the cracks.
Amie’s team communicates all patient care needs with referring doctors. After treatment is completed, we refer all patients back to their referring optometrist or doctor. We do not dispense refractions or sell glasses or contacts.
If you have any questions at all, call Amie at 702-263-2020.
Top-Tier Cataract Surgery
We are honored to present our premier cataract service, with visual outcomes in the top 1% nationally. We offer a fully-customizable cataract experience, including LASER-assisted surgery, Dropless protocols (no drops after surgery), and premium services at our Las Vegas eye surgery center are designed to give you the vision you’ve always wanted. Quality is always a priority.
LASIK and PRK Vision Surgery
Many people choose laser-assisted in Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) or Photo-refractive Keratectomy (PRK) as a way to opt out of wearing glasses or contact lenses or to reduce their daily dependency on them. Both types of laser surgeries can treat farsightedness, nearsightedness and astigmatism by reshaping the cornea. If you long to discard your glasses, schedule an appointment with us to see if you are a good candidate for LASIK or PRK.
Glaucoma is a major cause of vision loss in the US. Surprisingly, half of those with it are unaware, as there are no symptoms in the early stages. At Brimhall Eye, we perform comprehensive testing and if necessary can use a variety of methods to treat it, including medications, laser, and/or surgery. If caught early, the prognosis is usually excellent.
Diabetic Eye Disease
It is very important for those with diabetes to have a yearly eye exam. Diabetes can lead to blockage of blood vessels inside the eye causing vision changes or even vision loss. Additionally, diabetics are also at an increased risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma, double vision, or other problems. We routinely monitor and treat diabetes-related eye conditions.
Treatment of Flashes and Floaters
Flashes and floaters are spots of material in your line of vision that look exactly as they sound- like flashes of light and floating specks. If you have flashes and floaters, our surgeons can help. Flashes and floaters are usually caused by the thickening of the vitreous, which naturally happen over time.
Pterygium (tur-RIDGE-ee-um) is a fleshy red patch that can grow from the white to the colored part of the eye. Generally safe, they sometimes cause eye irritation or may be seen as unattractive. In severe cases they can damage vision. Fortunately, they can be easily removed. If you are bothered by a pterygium come in for an evaluation.