Palmetto Eye Care

6961 St. Andrews Road

Columbia, SC 29212

(803) 732-4166

(803) 732-4168

Exclusive Offer

20/20 Discount

(for non-insured patients)

$20.00 off Eye Exam

20% off Complete Pair of Glasses

** Not to be combined with any other promotions **

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Face mask is  now optional due to the most recent CDC Guidlines.   If you prefer staff wears face mask while you are in the office, please let the front desk know and we will abide by your wishes.  We are following all CDC recommendation and are disinfecting all instruments, equipment and chairs between patients. If you are a new patient please go to the new patient center and down load a new patient form and have it filled out to present when you arrive for your appointment.

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Welcome to Palmetto Eye Care! Your Optometrist in Columbia

At Palmetto Eye Care, we provide professional eye care near Columbia for patients who need optometry and other related services. As a full-service provider of eye and vision care, treatment, and related services, our optometrist in Columbia, Dr. Ron Zuba, and his dedicated staff strive to provide  routine  services in a comfortable environment and caring setting.  Please visit our testimonial page with over           900 reviews!

The Palmetto Eye Care Difference

Palmetto Eye Care offers an individualized approach to optometry that focuses on the needs of our patients. Working closely with you, our optometrist in Columbia provides the professional care you need to protect the health of your eyes. We focus on meeting your vision care needs as well, keeping you well informed about your options and making you comfortable throughout your visit. 

In order to meet the diverse needs of our patients, Palmetto Eye Care offers you with the following eye care near Columbia: 

  • Complete eye and vision exams
  • Contact lens exams and fittings
  • Pre- and post-operative care
  • Contact Lenses
  • Screening for ocular diseases like glaucoma
  • Treatment for eye injuries, infections, and syndromes
  • Eyeglass and contact lens prescriptions
  • Eyewear dispensary
  • Sunglasses
  • Hard-to-fit contact lenses

We also have the latest diagnostic equipment such as digital retinal photography, automated refraction system, and computerized eye chart to help us detect a wide range of eye diseases and conditions.

Innovative Eye Care Near Columbia

The team at Palmetto Eye Care believes that the health of your eyes is extremely important to your overall well-being. We work with a number of vision insurance providers, so you are able to get the treatment and services you need to enjoy good vision and eye health. Also, Palmetto Eye Care offers vision financing options that can be tailored to meet your needs. For more information about these options, please contact our office staff.

Our optometry office also routinely provides discounts, promotions, and specials that are designed to make vision care more affordable. Please browse through our website for the latest offerings or contact our office today for more information. 

Contact Us Today!

Dr. Ron Zuba and his professional staff at Palmetto Eye Care encourage you to contact us today. We are dedicated to providing excellent optometry services in a caring environment. Palmetto Eye Care makes it convenient for anyone in Columbia and the surrounding communities to access high-quality optometry services. Call us today at 803-732-4166 for more information about the services we offer or to schedule an appointment. 

Meet The Optometrist

Dr. Zuba is an Optometrist in Columbia providing complete eye care services for the surrounding communities.

  • Dr.
    Ronald D. Zuba

    As a licensed optometrist, Dr. Zuba provides exams, diagnoses, and treatments of all disorders that affect the eye or vision. In addition to training in eye diseases and disorders, Dr. Zuba is also trained in anatomy, biochemistry, and physiology. With this background, Dr. Zuba is trained to recognize a range of health issues; such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes and hypertension.

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I'm very happy with my experience here. Much more personal than one of the big chains. You see the same doctor every time and all the staff I've encountered are friendly and helpful."
  • "I have always considered Dr Zuba an extremely knowledgeable professional that I trust completely. I love the new girls in your office. They are so pleasant and helpful. They suggested a pair of frames that I ordinarily would not have considered. I love them and I often receive complements from total strangers."
  • "Office was pleasant and service was terrific. Dr. Zuba was wonderful."
  • "I've been going to Palmetto Eye Care for years. Dr. Zuba is the best! The staff is friendly and there is a great frame selection. Highly recommend."

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