Secure Vision Care Financing for your Patients

  • Maximize Practice Revenue through Higher Patient Approvals
  • No Enrollment, Annual or Monthly Fees
  • Top Notch Customer Service for Your Patients and Staff
  • Quick and Hassle-Free Funding
  • Reputation and Credibility
  • Ancillary Benefits (e.g. occasional patient referrals)

Vision Care & Opthamology

When a patient decides to have their vision corrected, there will likely be a dramatic improvement in his or her quality of life. United Medical Credit is here to help individuals overcome the funding obstacles that are sometimes associated with LASIK and other eye surgeries.

Some of the procedures we are able to finance include, but are not limited to:

•    LASIK Eye Surgery
•    Cataract Surgery
•    Refractive Surgery
•    Glaucoma surgery
•    Canaloplasty
•    Eye Muscle Surgery
•    Oculoplastic surgery

United Medical Credit offers loans ranging from $1,000 to $35,000, so no matter what procedure your patient needs, we can help. Some of our general guidelines include affordable monthly payments, competitive interest rates, no prepayment penalties and same as cash financing options. Completing an application is very simple and can be done online or over the phone.

How It Works

Your Patient Applies For Financing

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Your patient can apply for financing through our online application before, during or after a patient consultation. We offer funding for a wide array of healthcare procedures and medical device purchases.

We Walk Your Patient Through The Process

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If your patient is approved, we will contact him/her and clearly explain the terms and conditions of the financing plan that works best for them. Once the patient agrees to move forward we will coordinate directly with them to obtain any additional items needed to complete their application.

Healthcare Provider Receives Funding

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A representative will notify your practice of incoming funds as soon as the loan is completed. Forms of payment include wire transfers, ACH transfers or checks. Certain financing options require that funds are transferred directly to the borrower and in those instances, we will notify your office when your patient receives the funds.