Bradley J. Anderson, MD

Specialty: Ophthalmology

We are pleased to introduce Dr. Bradley J Anderson, comprehensive ophthalmologist.

Dr. Anderson’s scope of practice includes treatment for diseases of the eye, specializing in cataract and refractive surgery with advanced technology including premium lenses and laser-assisted surgery, glaucoma, and corneal diseases. He also specializes in performing state-of-the-art LASIK surgery, plastic surgery on droopy eyelids and medical retina. He has published in peer reviewed journals and presented papers and posters at national ophthalmic meetings.

Born and raised in Layton, Utah, Dr. Anderson attended Utah State University in Logan, Utah, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a minor in Chemistry. He holds his Doctor of Medicine from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In addition to his medical practice, he is also a Captain in the Army National Guard, which he joined shortly after starting medical school. He completed his residency in Ophthalmology at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan.

Dr. Anderson pursued a career in medicine because he loves people and wanted to help them in some capacity. He thoroughly enjoys listening to people and helping to improve or restore people’s eye sight, which, he says, is an extremely gratifying experience.

When Dr. Anderson is not practicing medicine, he enjoys Alpine and waterskiing, canyoneering, hiking, spending time with family, and playing a wide variety of sports as well as attending musicals and local cultural events. He also has provided medical and surgical care to underserved populations on mission trips to Kenya and plans to continue international work.

He welcomes new patients at the Idaho Physicians Clinic in Blackfoot.

Se habla Español


  • Staying Safe at Home: Fall Prevention
    October 11, 2017

    For the elderly, a fall can be scary and extremely painful. It can also take away their ability to function on their own, or worse, it can even be deadly. A few fix-ups aroun...

  • Glaucoma: The Silent Thief
    January 12, 2016

    Glaucoma is often called the “silent thief” of sight because half of the people affected by this eye disease do not know they have it. Undetected, glaucoma can lead to vision...

  • Stay in the Driver’s Seat
    November 18, 2016

    Many things in life get better with age. Unfortunately, vision isn’t one of them. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) as you age, you are at higher risk ...