Patient Center

Welcome to our Online Patient Center! Our patient center houses important forms which you can complete before your appointment to save time. Our FAQ section includes answers to common questions and covers everything you can expect from your visit with Dr. Jones.

We want your visit to be as stress-free as possible. Our staff will do everything we can to make sure your experience is pleasant and convenient. If you have any questions about these forms, please don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Patient Portal

Click on our portal below to securely log in to access your medical health forms!


  • Monday
  • 9:00am - 7:00pm
  • Tuesday
  • 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Wednesday
  • By Appointment
  • Thursday
  • 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Friday
  • 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday
  • By Appointment
  • Sunday
  • Closed

Patient Forms

If you would prefer to print these forms, please download the forms below.


Share The Care Referrals

We Appreciate Referrals!

The quality of eye care and eyewear products varies dramatically from one place to another. All of our patients receive the most comprehensive and personalized eye health care possible. In addition, we provide the finest eyewear and contact lens products available. We want you to be completely satisfied with our products and services. In addition, we hope you will always be comfortable and confident in sharing our philosophy with others.

When you do, we want to express our gratitude through our referrals program. By referring your friends and family to our practice we will provide you with substantial savings on your next product purchase. Anytime your friends or family members bring in a referral card, you save $20 on your next product purchase.

The more cards we receive, the more money you save. It’s that easy!

Have Questions for us? Read our FAQ!

What should I bring to my appointment?

Your medical and vision cards, eyeglasses and/or contact lenses, and any information you have about your contact lenses (boxes or labels from your contacts).

Why are the fees for a contact lens exam more than they are for a glasses exam?

We will check the health of your eyes as well as determine your glasses prescription for both types of exams. The contact lens exam requires a higher fee because there is additional testing and time involved. This includes performing a cornea and tear film analysis as well as lifestyle and health questions to determine which lenses are best for you. We also train you how to insert/remove lenses and proper lens care if you are a new wearer. Additionally, we provide free follow-up visits to evaluate the lens fit on your eyes to maximize your vision and comfort.

My contact lens prescription has expired and I need contacts. Why do I need a new exam?

Contact lenses are medical devices and are regulated by the FDA. The standard of care dictates contact lens prescriptions expire one year from your last eye exam. Contacts have the potential to cause physiological changes to your corneas and eyelids which may or may not be harmful. Your eyes naturally change over time and can alter the way lenses fit and perform. As a result, lenses you have been wearing for years may no longer be appropriate for you even if you are not yet having symptoms. We have countless patients thanking us for examining and refitting them even when they thought their old lenses were adequate.

Are there differences in eye exams?

Absolutely! We strive for excellence in eye care. Sullivan Family Eye Care has the latest technology and diagnostic testing. We evaluate the health of your eyes by checking for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, diabetic eye problems and other eye diseases. Routine eye exams are an important part of preventative health care. We value our patients and strive to give each one personalized care.

I have good vision, do I need my eyes checked?

Definitely! Clear vision without glasses or contacts does not always mean your eyes are healthy. Comprehensive eye exams detect proper vision along with eye health and disease. Many eye diseases have no symptoms until they are in very advanced stages and cannot be detected without an eye exam. We often see patients with advanced glaucoma who can still read the 20/20 line on the eye chart and have no complaints. Holes, tears and even tumors located in the periphery of the retina often do not produce symptoms and can be detected during an eye exam. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol are often diagnosed first during an eye exam since the eyes are the only organ in the body where we can see the internal tissue and blood vessels non-invasively.