Please see below for the most updated list of insurances that we currently accept:

Medical* Insurances

Regence Blue Shield
Premera Blue Cross
First Choice Health Network
Medicare Part B
United Healthcare

*Medical insurance plans may also carry a vision benefit.

Vision Plans

Vision Service Plan (VSP)
Cigna Vision**

Please note: We do NOT accept “United Healthcare Vision”. United Healthcare is a medical network in which we are in-network providers. There is a separate vision network called “United Healthcare Vision”, also known as “Spectera”, that we do not participate in. Due to the similarity in names, they are commonly confused. Please verify your coverage before making an appointment.

**Not all Cigna Vision plans are accepted. Please verify with your insurance provider.


What is the difference between medical insurance and a vision plan?

Medical insurance covers medical diagnoses and treatment plans (ie. diabetic eye exam, glaucoma management and treatment, dry eye disease, red eyes, etc). 

A vision plan is a prepaid plan consisting of an annual wellness check and sometimes includes a hardware benefit for contact lenses or glasses. 

Many medical insurances carry a vision plan benefit or sometimes they contract with a third party provider. We understand how confusing this can be, so our office can help you navigate the complexities of insurance in the eyecare world!

More questions? We’re here for you!

Seattle Eye

523 Pine St. #200

Seattle, WA 98101


Monday: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Wednesday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 9:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 9:30 AM- 4:00 PM

Weekends: CLOSED

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(206) 652-9000

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(206) 652-9000