Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Information
After cataract surgery, you may no longer need to wear eyeglasses to drive. However, your driver’s license may indicate that corrective lenses are required. In order to have your license corrected, you will need to complete the necessary form and bring it to your DMV facility.
It is important to note that every State has a different form. If you are licensed in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, please print by selecting NJ or PA below and complete the appropriate form.
Please bring the form to your final post cataract surgery appointment so your eye surgeon can sign the required form. If your driver’s license was issued outside of New Jersey or Pennsylvania, please contact your DMV office. Enjoy your great vision!
Matossian Eye Associates keeps a private, secure medical record for your health.
- Review the information in your medical records.
- Request that your medical records be released to someone else.
We take every precaution to keep these records secure and in order. Contact us at 1-800-708-8800 if you have any questions.
Note: To protect the confidentiality of our patients, we can only fax medical records in extreme emergencies. Please plan ahead to leave enough time for records to be mailed. Please note that it may take up to thirty (30) days for records to be sent.
Release Records From MEA
(To Have Copies of Your Medical Record Sent FROM Matossian Eye Associates to Someone Else)
To have your records sent to another healthcare provider or facility, please fill out our Authorization for Disclosure Form (PDF) and mail or return it to Matossian Eye Associates. To access this form, please click the Authorization for Disclosure Form (PDF) below.