Fax: (210) 223-9266
Welcome to the office of William E. Sponsel. M. D. Dr . Sponsel and his staff strive to provide the best care in Ophthalmology services to include cutting edge treatments for glaucoma, pediatric and adult. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our ophthalmology services, and invite you to join our patient family by scheduling an appointment at our San Antonio office.
Our office sees patients of all ages. We have some of the newest technologies to perform diagnostic testing on our patients. We perform comprehensive eye examinations, which consist of, a thorough glaucoma examination a, retinal examination to assess for macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, contact lens fittings and prescription for eyeglasses.
Dr. Sponsel is a world renowned Glaucoma specialist. He established his private practice in November 2007 after 14 years at the University Of Texas Health Science Center and Audie L. Murphy Veteran’s Administration Hospital.
Our office accepts Medicare, traditional Medicaid and most private insurances. Be sure to contact your insurance company before making an appointment to confirm Dr. Sponsel’s participation in your plan, and to verify if a referral is necessary.
At Dr. Sponsel's office, we are dedicated to providing high-quality ophthalmology and optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (210) 223-9292 or schedule an appointment today online.
Dr. Sponsel's Office
San Antonio Ophthalmologist | William Sponsel | (210) 223-9292
311 Camden, Ste: 306
San Antonio, TX 78215
As a valued patient of the office of William E. Sponsel M.D., we appreciate the trust you place in us and want to inform you about how we are addressing the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are closely monitoring events in our local community and continuously updating our policies and protocols as a result of new information.
Our highest priority is to keep all of our patients and staff as safe as possible. At the recommendation of CDC, we will be screening patients prior to allowing them to enter the facilities. If you have been exposed to anybody that has tested positive for COVID-19, or experiencing fever, cough, or flu-like symptoms please call to re-schedule your appointment.
Should you have an appointment you will be asked to call the office and stay in your vehicle/outside until our patient coordinator calls you to enter for your appointment. They will meet you at the suite, you will be required to fill out a questionnaire about any current medical symptoms so that we do not expose other patients and staff.
We will take your temperature upon entering, if you have a fever, cough, or experiencing any flu-like symptoms the urgency of your appointment will be reassessed by Dr. Sponsel to determine whether or not you will be seen at that time or re-scheduled. Please look for upcoming information regarding COVID-19, as the situation is changing daily.
If you have any questions or concerns about your appointment, please call our office at (210)223-9292, or after hours answering service at (757)-278-1657.
Thank you for your continued trust and loyalty as we work together to fight this virus.
Dr. Sponsel M.D. and staff.
We accept most insurance plans!
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