Thank you for trusting us with the care of your patients in need of retinal care. For urgent referrals or patients that need to be seen within 3 days, please contact any office by telephone.
To submit a nonurgent referral by fax, please use the following form and fax to the preferred office location.
We at the Retinal Consultants are committed to the highest standards of care and unsurpassed service to our referring doctors.
- Same-day consultations
- Saturday clinic hours
- Access to a consultant 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
- Consultants are available during business hours at any office number
- After regular business hours, our answering service will answer all calls and have one of our doctors respond to you. For the answering service please call 916-379-7470
- Emergency consultations and surgery 7 days a week
- Staff and doctors who speak Spanish
- Advanced medical and surgical therapies
- Fellowship trained subspecialty coverage of uveitis and intraocular tumors
- An active clinical research department that provides access to investigational therapies available only through clinical trials
- Doctors who are nationally recognized for innovation and excellence in the field of retina
For your patients’ convenience, we have offices throughout Northern California. To maximize access, our offices are generally located near other hospitals and medical complexes. Parking is available at all of our locations and most are located on the ground floor. All of our offices have advanced diagnostic equipment and are capable of handling in-office retina procedures. For individual office details and maps, please click on the office location nearest you.
Forms & Documents
The registration and initial history forms that one can download from this page, print, and complete are for all of our new patients. It is often helpful to have the patient complete them before arriving for the first consultation, but the forms can also be completed upon arrival at the office. If your patient is coming for his or her first visit and plans to complete the Registration and History forms at the office, we recommend that he or she arrives ten to fifteen minutes early.
If the condition for which your patient is being seen is work-related and will be handled as a Worker’s Compensation Case, he or she will also need to complete the Worker’s Compensation form and bring it to the initial visit.
Dilating drops are used to dilate or enlarge the pupils of the eye to allow the ophthalmologist to get a better view of the inside of your eye. Please complete our Dilation Consent form and bring it with you to your visit.