Dr. Tommy Miller grew up in Lodi, Ohio before attending and graduating from Pre-Med studies at Otterbein College in Westerville. He then earned his Doctor of Optometry Degree from The Ohio State University.
Dr. Miller has practiced Optometry in Central Ohio for his entire career. In addition to general Optometry, Dr. Miller enjoys fitting specitaly contact lenses and advising patients on the benefits of Laser Refracrtive Surgery.
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After graduating from The Ohio
State University College of Optometry in 1995, Dr. McCloy pursued his dream to practice in Jamaica through a volunteer internship at a public hospital
while also working in a private setting. The early years he spent practicing in Jamaica developed his global perspective and passion for caring for the underserved, a passion that has continued throughout his career. Doug eventually returned to Ohio and worked in a variety of settings until purchasing a private practice in Marion, Ohio, Professional Eye Care, which he has owned and operated for the last 15 years.
In 2002, Dr. McCloy and his wife Rhonda made a leap of faith and returned to
Jamaica to serve with the Mission Corps of the Church of the Nazarene. Out of the need to financially support their volunteer assignment in conjunction with the desire to deliver eye care, Dr. McCloy opened the first of four present-day practices.
In addition, in 2013, Dr. Doug was honored to help orchestrate the opening of the Gamertsfelder Mission and Eye Surgery Centerin Frome, Jamaica. The center is named after another OSU College of Optomoetry alumnus, Dr. Paul Gamertsfelder. As a result, Professional Eye Care now serves the Southern and Western regions of Jamaica with full scope eyecare services to a population that is both underserved and economically challenged.
Dr. Andrea DiNovo was born and raised in Delaware, Ohio. She attended St. Mary Catholic School and then went on to attend Buckeye Valley High School. After high school, she went to Bowling Green State University and achieved a bachelor’s degree in Science with a major in Biology and minor in Chemistry.
She then went to The Ohio State University College of Optometry where she received a doctorate degree in Optometry. Her current interests are in pediatric eye health and binocular vision. She is an active member of the community participating in organizations such as the RealEyes program, which teaches school age children about the eye and the importance of yearly eye exams for life long healthy vision.
She is also an InfantSee provider, where infants between the ages of six months and one year are eligible for a complimentary eye evaluation to rule out blinding eye conditions.