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Vision Tests

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Although not always required, a Vision Test is often recommended for certain occupations to ensure safety in the workplace. At Health Street, we offer a variety of vision tests including the Ishihara (color-blind) test, Jaeger vision test, Snellen test, and Titmus vision test.

Online registration is simple. You choose the lab location based on ZIP code during registration. An authorization barcode is instantly emailed to you and texted directly to the phone of the person being tested. A map of the clinic location will accompany the barcode. The registrant can then walk into the testing facility and show the barcode along with photo ID. Results are fast and stored securely online. Individuals and employers can register online or call (888) 378-2499 to order tests.

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Vision Test Options

Vision Test (Ishihara)
Also known as the "color-blind test," the Ishihara vision test checks for color blindness to ensure the safety of workers who use color-coding, such as electricians, and other occupations that need to see color appropriately. Find Clinic Now
Vision Test (Jaeger)
Checks for vision acuity using a card containing various sizes of text. Find Clinic Now
Vision Test (Snellen)
This is a well-known vision test where the person covers one eye at a time and reads from a chart that is 20 feet away. Find Clinic Now
Vision Test (Titmus)
A machine will be used to check one or all of the following: binocular vision (how well the two eyes function together), peripheral vision, near and distance vision, and color perception. Find Clinic Now

Frequently Asked Questions

Who should get a Vision Test?

Many professionals can benefit from getting a vision test, and then continuing to monitor changes in vision by testing regularly after. Some professionals that could benefit from this test include:

Truck drivers
First responders
Air traffic controllers
Web developers
Which Vision Test is best?

This depends on what you're looking to detect with a vision test. Some tests may look for color blindness, while others might detect issues with peripheral vision or vision acuity. Before ordering a vision test, it is important to know which of these areas will need to be tested.

What are the types of Vision Tests that Health Street offers?

We offer four different types of vision tests. These include:

Ishihara vision test – Best known as the "color-blind test," this vision test is a series of circles and dots varying in size and color. Numbers of different colors are within each of these, which are difficult or impossible to see for people with color blindness.

Jaeger vision test – To check for vision acuity, a card containing various sizes of text will be held a certain distance from the eyes. The person will read the smallest sized text that can be seen.

Snellen vision test – This is one of the most familiar vision tests, where a person covers one eye at a time and reads from a chart at least 20 feet away. The chart typically has eleven rows of capital letters that get smaller closer to the bottom.

Titmus vision test – A machine will check peripheral vision, binocular vision (or how well the eyes work together), near and distance vision, and color perception. Depending on the occupation or reason for testing, only one or some of these may be tested in this vision exam.

Does Health Street offer the Titmus vision test?

Yes. This test will check peripheral vision, binocular vision (or how well the eyes work together), near and distance vision, and color perception.

About Our Other Services

Employers frequently order specific occupational health testing to ensure safety in the workplace. Health Street makes it simple to schedule an appointment for occupational health tests at more thousands of clinics across the United states. Enter your ZIP code and select the nearest facility. Once the registration process is completed, we will email a registration barcode and a map to the facility.

Why Choose Health Street

Occupational and preventative health screenings are crucial to catching small issues early on before they become bigger problems. Health Street is here to assist you with scheduling occupational health tests for your employees, as well as answer any questions that you may have about our tests. Contact us today and we would be happy to address any concerns.

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