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Co-management between ophthalmologists and optometrists for patients has become an essential role to provide excellence in eye care.

Even optometrists co-manage their patients with other optometrists to gain access to advanced diagnostic tools or specialty services, such as low vision, hard-to-fit contact lens patients, dry eye disease, or sports vision training.

Growing demand for co-managing services has led to general practitioners as well to seek out assistance from competent and trustworthy practices. Ensuring that a patient receives a complete assessment of their eyesight as well as a positive experience from start to finish is essential. Co-management at Vision Support and Dry Eye Center guarantees:

  • Comprehensive assessment, treatments, and reporting.
  • Personalized, attentive care given to the practitioner and referred patient
  • Access to numerous eye care services
  • Establish greater confidence and trust between patient and their eye doctor and/or general practitioner

Our co-management program has supported many eye care professionals to help them provide amazing care to their patients. Whether a practitioner requests a dry eye assessment or complete treatment, we include a complete report of all findings so that you’re well aware of your patient’s health.

Our eye doctors & practice hope to not only create a positive experience for your patient, but we aim to build a lasting relationship with all of our co-managing optometrists and ophthalmologists.

This form is to be used for patient referrals.

Optometrist or Ophthalmologist

General Practitioner

Service Descriptions Patient Fees

Dry Eye Assessment (Learn More Here)


  • Corneal topography
  • Non-Invasive Keratograph tear breakup time (NIKBUT)
  • InflammaDry
  • Lipiview includes:
  • Gland Imaging: Images are taken to evaluate the number of functional meibomian glands to check for health and function of glands
  • Lipid imaging: Quantification of lipids in nanometers also interprets the partial blink ratio as there is a decrease in lipid layer thickness associated with incomplete blinking
  • Zone-Quick: Phenol red thread test to measure tear volume.
  • Tear Meniscus: Digital assessment used to measure tear film quantity.
  • Tear Osmolarity: to assess disease severity
  • Examination, includes Anterior Segment Photos

Lipiflow: Thermal Pulsation system opening and clearing blocked glands allowing the body to resume the natural production of lipids required for a healthy tear film.

*If you undergo a dry eye assessment, you’ll receive a $185 discount on the LipiFlow procedure.

Meibomian Gland Expression– Manually expressing the contents of the meibomian glands helps diagnose meibomian gland disease (MGD) and is a proven therapy for posterior blepharitis and evaporative tear dysfunction. $51.92/eye
BlephEx– to treat Blepharitis and Demodex
A hand piece is used to very precisely and carefully spin a medical grade micro-sponge along the edge of eyelids and lashes, removing scurf and debris and exfoliating eyelids.
BlephEx Wipes– wipes contain tea tree oil, the only known natural ingredient proven to kill Demodex mites $34.50
BlephEx post-treatment follow-up $35.00
AMD Macular Assessment this includes a progression analysis
Includes OCT ( Zeiss Macular 512×200 OU scan; RPE scan report; Progression analysis available), Visual Fields and Examination
MaculaRisk/VitaRisk (testing to determine best treatment plan for patients with Macular Disease)
Includes Genetic Test to aid in selection of the most appropriate AMD supplement (eg. with or without zinc)
MaculaRisk/VitaRisk (testing to determine probability of developing Macular Disease)
Includes Genetic Test and Assessment
MaculaRisk/VitaRisk follow-up $35.00
Anterior Segment Photography $15.00
Corneal Topography– non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea. $50.00
Oculus Keratograph Pupillometry – Accurate, reliable & objective pupil measurement
Improves quality of vital neurological examinations and monitoring. IE: concussions
Glaucoma Assessment
Includes full assessment: Retinal photos, Pachymetry, Gonioscopy and Anterior OCT angle, macula and ONH OCT Analysis.
Visual Fields Assessment – 10-2; 24-2; 30-2 $30.00
Visual Fields Motor Vehicle $50.00
Visual Field Esterman $70.00
Specular Microscopy – non-invasive photographic technique that allows visualization and analyzation of the corneal endothelium. Using computer-assisted morphometry, modern specular microscopes analyze the size, shape and population of the endothelial cells with progression analysis. $25.00
Low Vision Assessment:
Includes trial frame refraction, eccentric fixation training (if applicable), training and practice with Eschenbach low vision devices (eg. handheld magnifiers, MaxTV, SmartLux Digital) to improve magnification and contrast sensitivity. Each low vision assessment is designed to achieve one primary goal (eg. reading newspaper, seeing TV, signing name on cheques). Patients should bring any current magnifiers that they use to the appointment with them.
RGP Fitting- Sphere $150.00
RGP Fitting- Toric $190.00
RGP Fitting- Bi-Toric $230.00
RGP Fitting – Multifocal $200.00
Scleral lenses Varies
Eye See Eye Learn 0
Misc Products
Bruder mask $39.00
Eye seals hydrating sleep mask $65.00
Latisse 3ml $125.00

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We are pleased to announce that we have relocated and merged our practice into our affiliated practice, Glenmore Optometry at 5-538 Yates Road, Kelowna, BC, V1V 2V8 (Sandalwood Plaza, Glenmore, next to Tripke Bakery). We will continue to provide care for our existing and new patients under the name “Glenmore Optometry” effective immediately. At this time, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are limited to in person essential and urgent care and tele-optometry consultations.

For existing patients: Your patient files have been transferred to our new location and going forward, your regular Optometrist will be continuing your care under the name Glenmore Optometry.