Dr. Anne E. Schroeder is a graduate of The University of Chicago, majoring in history with a Bachelor of Arts, where she was awarded the honor of placement on the Dean’s List. After graduating with honors from The Chicago Medical School, she went on to complete a medical internship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Dr. Schroeder then successfully completed her ophthalmology residency at the Havener Eye Institute at The Ohio State University Medical Center, where she was an active member of the Resident Advisory Council and performed research in the areas of glaucoma and retina. Prior to relocating to Arizona, Dr. Schroeder practiced at a nationally recognized ophthalmology center in Indianapolis, where she combined academics and community practice in a caring and compassionate manner.
Dr. Schroeder is a fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and is a diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology. She is also an active member in good standing with the Phoenix Ophthalmological Society, the Arizona Ophthalmological Society, and the Arizona Medical Association. Dr. Schroeder enjoys treating adult patients, having experience in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, with a special emphasis on dry eye and ocular surface disorders.
Dr. Schroeder was born and raised in Chicago, and has crisscrossed the globe with her husband before settling in Arizona. When not attending to patients, Dr. Schroeder is an avid antiquer who enjoys traveling, watching English period dramas, and seeking adventures with their four-legged members of the family, Jean-Luc and Pierre.
As Arizona re-opens for business, the staff and physicians at Tozer Eye Center are excited to return to regular patient care. In addition to resuming elective surgeries as of May 4th, we are also now seeing all routine patients and new consults. In order to maintain proper social distancing and ensure a safe environment for patients and staff, several changes have been made to our office policies.
While we understand these measures may be cumbersome for some, please know that we are doing this in order to make Tozer Eye Center a safe place for you to obtain eyecare. As the situation in Arizona changes there may be changes to these measures in the future. Thank you and we look forward to helping you with all your eyecare needs.