We know you have endless options for eye care providers but we could not be more excited to welcome you to Eye Doctors of Madison. Here are a few things to keep in mind about your upcoming appointment:

  • Bring in all prescription eyewear (glasses, sunglasses, computer glasses, contact lenses, etc.). Knowing your current products will best allow Dr. Michael A. Baker, O.D. to determine any changes, make recommendations, and customize your vision to suit your needs.
  • Bring a photo ID and ALL insurance cards with you to your appointment, both medical insurance and vision care plans.
  • Please peruse our Patient Portal prior to your visit. This will allow you to complete or update your general health information and review our office procedures and policies in advance.
  • For new patients not utilizing our Patient Portal, we encourage you to complete and review paperwork in our “Essential” Office Forms section.
  • We know your time is valuable, so we ask that you arrive NO EARLIER than 10 minutes to your appointment. To be fair - we schedule appointments to dedicate proper time to each and every patient. Patients are seen in the order they are scheduled. You may call us to inquire about early arrival, sometimes we may be able to accommodate early arrivals due to last minute cancellations.
  • If you are unable to make your appointment at your scheduled time, please call or email us PRIOR to your scheduled appointment time to allow us the opportunity to allow others to fill your allocated time.
  • We're easy to find - but here are directions just in case!
  • We're easy to reach - call, email & even messenger!

We are LOOKing forward to SEEing you!

Mission Statement

Our doctors and staff are committed to providing thorough care with personal attention. At Eye Doctors of Madison, you will find the compassionate care of a small-town doctors' office with the knowledge of a big-city institution. It is our mission to not only treat each patient uniquely but also like family.

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