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Comprehensive Eye Care Services in Boise, Idaho

Our skilled team of eye doctors at Ada Vision Center provide exceptional care to individuals of all age groups, including comprehensive eye exams, urgent eye care, frame styling and more. We’ll make you feel welcome as soon as you step in, so you can feel confident that you’re backed by experts that are dedicated to your eye, vision, and overall health.

In addition to routine eye exams, we offer advanced vision services to patients in Boise to address a diverse range of eye conditions and diseases.

Our service offering includes personalized treatments for dry eye disease, and precise diagnoses and management of macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts. We also provide ortho-k lenses for myopia management and LASIK co-management for those looking for unrestricted vision.

When you choose us, you're choosing expert and compassionate care for your vision and eye health. Contact us to inquire about the insurance plans we accept and to request an appointment with us.

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Dr. Ryan Anderson

Dr. Ryan Anderson

Ryan P. Anderson, O.D., F.A.A.O., embarked on his academic journey at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, CA, where he achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and chemistry. He further pursued his passion for eye care at the Arizona College of Optometry at Midwestern University, obtaining his Doctor of Optometry degree. His commitment to excellence led him to complete a residency in Primary Care Optometry at the San Diego VA Hospital, followed by a prestigious Fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry. Currently, he actively contributes to the academy's admittance committee, shaping the future of optometry.

Post-residency, Dr. Anderson enriched his experience with two years at an ophthalmology clinic in Palm Springs, CA. A cross-country move took him to a dynamic private practice in Searcy, AR, where he spent three fruitful years. In 2020, he embraced a new role as an assistant professor at the Southern College of Optometry, supervising students in the Primary Care Clinic. After two years, he returned to his roots, settling in Boise, ID, to become an integral part of the esteemed Ada Vision Center team.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Dr. Anderson finds solace in quality time with his cherished family. His wife and young son, along with their two dogs, are his companions as they explore the great outdoors, often reveling in the beauty of nearby water bodies and majestic mountains.

Dr. Erin Rolfes

Dr. Erin Rolfes

Dr. Erin Rolfes embarked on her optometric journey at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, where she achieved both a Master’s Degree in Vision Science and a Doctor of Optometry degree. From a young age, Dr. Rolfes had a deep-rooted connection with the field, influenced by her own experience of wearing corrective glasses since the age of 5 and later transitioning to contact lenses during middle school. Her admiration for her optometrist further fueled her fascination with the profession.

Originally hailing from Dayton, Ohio, Dr. Rolfes spent nearly 5 years living and working in Cincinnati, OH, before her path led her to Boise in 2021. With a background encompassing a large multi-specialty Optometry and Ophthalmology practice, she honed her expertise as a vital member of a team collaborating closely with a cornea specialist. This experience kindled her dedication to managing Dry Eye Syndrome and Ocular Surface Disease, although she relishes the diversity of primary care aspects that optometry offers.

Dr. Rolfes is a valued member of both the American Optometric Association and Idaho Optometric Physicians. She possesses a history of sharing her research insights, presenting during her Optometry School years at the esteemed American Academy of Optometry annual meeting. Additionally, her commitment to knowledge dissemination saw her participating in presenting a lecture at the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery Ophthalmology conference during her tenure in Cincinnati.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Dr. Rolfes finds joy in an array of outdoor activities, including hiking and biking, while also indulging in local brews, be it coffee or beer. Her passion for culinary arts extends to baking bread, and she cherishes moments spent with her husband and their beloved pet labradoodle.