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Dr. Anna Hopkins, Eye Doctor Serving Lancaster, Logan & Bremen, Ohio

True Vision
Your Eye Clinic in Lancaster, Ohio

Now located in her new office just East of Downtown Lancaster, Dr Anna Hopkins has been providing eye care services in Lancaster and the surrounding area for over 25 years. We also serve the areas of Logan, Ohio and nearby Bremen. If you’re coming from Logan or Bremen, our practice is just minutes away. We accept a number of vision insurance plans, including VSP, as well as Aetna, Anthem, Medicare, and United Healthcare. The full list can be found in our insurance section. Schedule an appointment with us to see how we can help you get the best prescription for your eyes.

Open Saturdays for your convenience.

To all True Vision patients, customers and friends:

We hope this message finds you and your loved ones healthy and well. We want to take a second to let you know that Dr Hopkins has been working hard to stay up to date with the changing guidelines, recommendations and mandates regarding patient care. Our office is still closed to walk-in traffic through at least Easter. However, she is still able to help a patient for a medical emergency. The first step in determining whether your situation rises to the level of a medical emergency is a telephone call, or the practiceof telemedicine​​.

Telemedicine​is an area that has changed greatly in the past couple of weeks. Telemedicine is the method of doctor/patient interaction occurring either over-the-phone or through video technology such as FaceTime (Apple users) or Skype (Android users). Doctors have been granted the ability to meet, triage, treat or refer patients in this manner given the current “Stay at Home” mandate in the state of Ohio.

Dr Hopkins is available via telemedicine to speak with you regarding these symptoms or occurrences:

  • Red eyes
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Injury or trauma
  • Sudden visual disturbances (bright flashes of light, floaters, sudden loss of vision)

Telemedicine sessions are accepted as billable to some (including Medicare), but not all, medical insurances and would be subject to office visit copays and/or deductibles. It is good to know that we still have a tool in our shrinking arsenal to help people who need it. Please call our office at 740-277-7550 to speak with us or leave a message if you have a possible emergency and we will figure out together what to do next. Remember be kind, be patient and wash your hands.

Be well,

Dr Anna K Hopkins and the staff at True Vision

At True Vision, we specialize in treating eye conditions for the whole family, such as dry eye, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration. We also focus on treating vision complications due to diabetes.

Our optical offers a large selection of eyeglasses, designer frames and sunglasses. We carry the latest European and American designer eyewear collections in a variety of styles, colors, materials including titanium, stainless steel and plastic.

each of us, on average, spends roughly 25 hours every week staring at the screen of one of our electronic devices. To put this in perspective, that means that each of us spend more than one entire day, without sleeping, in front of devices that emit blue light that is proven to do serious damage to our visual system.

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To all True Vision patients, customers and friends:

Dr Hopkins and the staff of True Vision want to say thank you for both your patronage and especially your patience during this uncertain time. The AOA and CDC have recommended that we reduce our services to emergencies only for the time being. We will remain available by phone to answer questions, place contact lens orders and schedule appointments for any emergency situations.  Dr. Hopkins is also available by way of FaceTime and Skype for Telemedicine.

Our service hours will be Tuesday and Friday ONLY 10 am-4 pm beginning Tuesday, April 7th until further notice. The office phone number is 740-277-7550 and voicemail is available for any questions or concerns outside of these hours. However, the office is closed to all walk-in traffic.

For our contact lens wearers:

If you need a supply of contacts for the next 2-3 months, we suggest placing an order ASAP as we can not predict how long suppliers will be filling orders. Also, Dr Hopkins will be extending contact lens prescriptions if necessary for 3 additional months without a new exam and fitting on a case by case basis. Lastly, orders of 2 or more boxes can be shipped to you at no additional cost if you prefer.

For our outstanding glasses orders:

You may either pick up your glasses on a drive-by/handoff basis (no adjustments) or we can mail them to you at no additional charge. This is not an ideal way to dispense eyewear but we are trying to follow social distancing guidelines.

We have more detailed information available on our website at drannahopkins.com

Finally, we are so grateful for all of our patients, customers and friends. Dr Hopkins’ ultimate goal for us here at True Vision is to be here for you as long as possible to do whatever we can and to be ready when the smoke eventually clears. Let’s all do what we can for each other by staying home when we’re able, washing our hands and being patient and kind to each other.

Our sincerest thanks,

Dr Anna K Hopkins and the staff at True Vision