Frequently Asked Questions
Dr. Amy Walden & Associates has two offices. Noblesville - at Hamilton Town Center and in Glendale Town Center in Indianapolis. We are not only an Indianapolis and Noblesville/Fishers Eye Doctor, we serve residents all over Central Indiana including Fishers, Castleton, Zionsville, and Carmel.
Our hours are 10am-7pm Monday through Friday, 10am-6pm on Saturday, 12pm-5pm on Sunday, at both the Noblesville and Indianapolis locations.
Same day appointments are available. You can always schedule an appointment online with us here or give us a call at our Indianapolis or Noblesville/Fishers Eye Doctor office.
When you schedule your appointment from our website it will name the doctor you will see at your appointment. Click here to meet our team of eye doctors before you head in for your appointment!
We are in network for many insurance companies including Humana, Eyemed and Superior. For a full list of companies please see our Insurance Info page with full list. If you'd like to speak to us directly, please stop by and visit us in our Indianapolis or Noblesville /Fishers Eye Doctor office locations.
At Dr. Amy Walden and Associates, we'll be happy to file Medicare for you. Please know, however, they do reimburse the patient directly and a payment will need to be collected at the time of your eye doctor exam.
We frequently have sales at our Indianapolis and Noblesville locations and offer online coupons available here.
A comprehensive exam using our advanced system called Clarifye, which is one of the most accurate tools in the industry. You will receive a prescription for eye glasses as well as a contact prescription if fitted for contacts.
Contact us for a follow up, there are a lot of options out there, we will find one that's right for you.
All follow ups within first 2 weeks of exam are free of charge.
Contact us, we will gladly check for you.
Before they start school or if you are noticing any issues.
Yes, we are experts in eyes and can properly diagnose optical issues your MD won't be able to distinguish.
Don't worry, but contact us to be seen as soon as possible, we will need to check the health of your eye to be sure it is not a serious problem.