We accept Medicare and most major insurance plans. Some insurance carriers require a referral from your primary care physician. The majority of our services are covered, and it's easy to determine if your specific treatment is eligible. First, contact us for the applicable medical code(s) that apply. Then, call the number listed on the back of your insurance card to see if you qualify. If necessary, we can help you complete the appropriate insurance forms. If you are self-paying or co-paying, Betz Ophthalmology Associates accepts most major credit cards.
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Our Doctors

Welcome to Betz Ophthalmology Associates. This site includes a wealth of information about ophthalmology, our practice, and the most common medical procedures we perform.

Some people are apprehensive about undergoing treatment for an eye condition. That's understandable. Rest assured, the safety, and comfort of our patients are foremost concerns—you can trust your eyes to Betz Ophthalmology. Education is another guiding principal—Dr. Betz and Dr. Verma and the staff will discuss what to expect before, during, and after your treatment.

Dr. Betz

Dr. Louis H. Betz is one of the region's most experienced and accomplished ophthalmologists. Born in Philadelphia, he received his Medical Degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Betz has served as Chief of Surgery at Evangelical Community Hospital, where he has been an active physician for more than 40 years. Click Here to view Dr. Betz's Curriculum Vitae—his education, training, certification, and other credentials.

Supported by a trained and experienced staff, he focuses on providing his patients with the latest, most advanced techniques and technologies. Dr. Betz introduced innovative multi-focal lenses to the Valley—now, following cataract surgery, life without reading glasses or bifocals is an exciting new option.



Dr. Tan

Dr. Tan M.D. practices in comprehensive ophthalmology, specializing in refractive-cataract surgery, anterior segement reconstruction, pterygium removal, and eye lid surgery.

He completed his residency at Nassau University Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident. He earned his doctor of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University after transferring from International Medical University in Malaysia, where he was awarded the prestigious Dr. Saidi Hashim Memorial Gold Medal for Academic Excellence.





Dr. Verma

Dr. Rita Verma, our Doctor of Optometry, provides the most complete and accurate eye evaluations available. A graduate of Pennsylvania College of Optometry, she also specializes in contact lens fittings and the therapeutic treatment of various ocular conditions, including low vision. Dr. Verma helps patients with this disorder (which involves partial sight or sight that isn't correctable with surgery, contact lenses, or glasses) overcome their impairment through the use of the most appropriate low vision aids. Through advanced diagnosis and treatment, Dr. Verma has also provided non-surgical solutions for some patients who would otherwise require a surgical eye procedure.

Sometimes, complex underlying conditions can cause vision problems. In these cases, Dr. Verma and Dr. Betz work closely together, with a holistic focus on achieving whole-body health for our patients.

Dr. Verma is an active member of Soroptomist International, the American Optometric Association, the Pennsylvania Optometric Association, and Gold Key International Optometric Honor Society.