COVID-19 Update

Starting 4/29/20 we will have someone answering phones from 8:00am – 3:00pm on Tuesday-Thursday only.

Patients can send issues/questions also to

Contact lens orders can be placed by emailing

We are tentatively reopening June 2.

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Dr. Andrea J Anderson

Photo of Dr. Andrea J AndersonDr. Anderson graduated third in her class from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1993. She has practiced in a variety of settings including teaching at Indiana University School of Optometry, leading the Optometry Clinic at Hawley US Army Hospital at Fort Benjamin Harrison, and as an associate doctor at an Ophthalmology practice in Indianapolis.

Although Dr. Anderson has lived in Columbus for 25 years, this is the first time that she’s practiced in her hometown and she’s excited to be able to serve her local community.

Dr. Anderson has been with The Eye Place since 2017. She is accepting new patients of all ages. She specializes in toric (astigmatism), multifocal and gas permeable contact lenses and specially designed glasses to help relieve phone and computer vision eyestrain.