Cornerstone Care is a non-profit network of Community Health Centers that is dedicated to providing compassionate, affordable eye care to underserved, at-risk communities throughout Southwestern Pennsylvania and Northern West Virginia.
Our continuing mission is to remove cost and transportation barriers to healthcare by providing services on a sliding scale fee. Cornerstone Care’s highly experienced and versatile medical team provides medical, dental, vision, psychiatric, chiropractic, and family planning services to patients of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay.
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At Cornerstone Care, we aim to make all aspects of eye and vision health accessible to patients of all ages. Annual eye exams are not just important for patients who are near or farsighted, they are also important for those struggling with diabetes, cataracts, glaucoma, and many other chronic conditions.
Our locations are fully equipped to provide:
It is our ongoing mission to make sure all your medical and vision needs are met. We believe that everybody deserves access to complete healthcare that revolves around you and your family. Make an appointment with an eye doctor at Cornerstone Care today to get started on your journey to better eye health and clear vision!
No one should be denied healthcare because they lack the right health insurance, or sufficient income to cover copays. That’s why we accept all major insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, and offer our services on a sliding scale fee model. We are dedicated to providing top-quality eye exams and optometry to the at-risk, underserved populations throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. No patient is ever turned away for their inability to pay for our medical services.
If you or a loved one are in need of an eye examination, glasses, or contact lenses, find a location near you and request an appointment. We are happy to serve you and your family to the best of our abilities.
During a comprehensive eye exam, your eye doctor will perform a number of basic tests to see how well your eyes are functioning. The tests your doctor chooses to run may include a:
Yes. You should still schedule annual eye exams even if you can see clearly, because an eye exam can reveal overall health issues like cancer, diabetes, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Doctors of optometry (O.D.s/optometrists), America’s primary eye health care providers, are the frontline of eye and vision care. Doctors of optometry are essential health care providers and are recognized as physicians under Medicare. They examine, diagnose, treat and manage diseases and disorders of the eye. In addition to providing eye and vision care, they play a major role in an individual’s overall health and well-being by detecting systemic diseases, and diagnosing, treating and managing ocular manifestations of those diseases, and providing vaccinations.
It’s recommended that adults aged 18 to 60 get an eye exam at least every two years. If you are 61 or older, you should have an eye exam at least once a year. If you are at risk for eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy or glaucoma, you should have even more frequent eye exams.