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Robert Heacock, Emeritus OD, FAAO

He was involved with many civic organizations and was responsible for developing the contact lens practice that thrives to this day at Indian Mound Eye Clinic.

He resides in Florida with his wife Kathy where they are near their identical twin grand daughters

Thomas Brannon, Emeritus OD, FAAO

He is the founder of Indian Mound Eye Clinic. He was key to helping to pass the laws in Ohio that allow optometrists to prescribe therapeutic medications. He served as an adjunct clinical professor at The OSU College of Optometry. He was involved in many civic organizations. He resides in Heath with his wife Patricia.

Dr. Janine L. Flood

A graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry, Dr. Janine Flood is an active member of the Ohio Optometric Association, American Optometric Association and Fellow American Academy of Optometry. She has been practicing General Optometry for over 38 years. She is driven by her love for people, science and especially wants to make a difference for the better in people’s lives. She has a passion for helping others Dr. Flood grew up on a farm in rural Amish Country and is originally from Dundee, Ohio. She was the Valedictorian at Garaway High School and went undergrad to The Ohio State University. She teaches Externs from OSU College of Optometry and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice for OSU. While at OSU, Dr. Flood participated in research about developing methods for testing infant vision.

And nothing is as satisfying this special story:

My favorite patient story was when I saw the wife of a young man that I took care of since he was a little boy. This was her first visit with me. She had noticed a decrease in her vision and thought that she just needed a new eyeglass prescription. She attributed her headaches and vomiting to her pregnancy. But after examining her, I found that she had pseudo tumor cerebri, a condition where the pressure was increasing around her brain. The condition can be associated with pregnancy. I made arrangements for her to go immediately to the ER at OSU, and was able to get a neuro-ophthalmologist to handle her case. She was able to have a shunt placed in her brain to relieve the pressure that was going to blind her, and at the same time this procedure did not harm her baby. A year later, she brought in her beautiful little girl to visit me and said “Thank you so much !”

Dr. Flood is very involved in the community and enjoys helping others. She was extremely involved with Healing Art Missions, ” I started an eye clinic in Haiti that gives ongoing eye care to a rural community of 10,000 people, for the past 18 years. They recently added an annual visit from a classmate of mine who went on to become an ophthalmologist who does cataract surgery. ” Dr. Flood also does all the eye exams/glasses for a free clinic in Licking County called Community Health Clinic. Dr. Flood lives with her husband of 40 years, Mike. He owns a landscaping company, Albyn’s Nursery. She has a daughter Stephy, who is getting her PhD in counseling at Ohio State University. Stephy is married to Zach, a physics teacher. Dr. Flood’s son Jason is a standup comedian in L.A.

Dr. Ryan C. Millyard

Ryan Millyard, O.D. is a member of the Ohio Optometric Association and American Optometric Association and a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. He graduated college with dual Bachelors of Science. He received a BS in Finance/Investment Analysis and Economics from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado and a BS in General Sciences/Organic Chemistry from the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. He then received his Doctorate of Optometry from The Ohio State University – College of Optometry in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Millyard specializes in General Optometry and Scleral Lens/Irregular Corneas. Dr. Millyard was born and raised in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains. He became an optometrist because he wanted to be able to help people, but also to get to know them on a personal level. Optometry is still a very patient-oriented health care profession and he enjoys that. Dr. Millyard shares this story:

One patient story that springs to mind was a patient who had a few small retinal bleeds and other minor symptoms, but enough to warrant further evaluation. The patient had a complete blockage of a portion of their carotid artery and began medical treatment to reduce stroke risk. Reaffirms in my mind the importance of my own annual dilated retinal exams, as well as for my patients.

Dr. Millyard lives with his wife who is also an optometrist and teaches and researches at The Ohio State. They have a calico cat named, Cecilia. He likes being outdoors; camping, hiking, hunting and fishing. He also loves to cook and enjoys all things fermentation based- Homebrewing, pickling and sourdough baking.

Dr. Craig S. Wolf

Originally from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Craig S. Wolf, O.D. graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Ohio State University College of Optometry and also graduated with honors from The College of Wooster with a B.A. in Biology. He received the Fison Pharmaceuticals Award for Clinical Excellence, Vistakon Award for Excellence in Contact Lens Patient Care, and Beta Sigma Kappa Silver Medal Award. Dr. Wolf retired from patient care in 2017 after 28 years practicing in General Optometry with a focus on contact lens care. He remains president and part owner of IMEC and serves as its business manager. Dr. Wolf has been very active in the community. He’s a Member of the Newark-Heath Rotary Club (multiple Paul Harris Fellow and longtime song leader), performed annual Kindergarten Screenings for multiple school districts, was a past board member with the Center for Visually Impaired of Licking County and Habitat for Humanity, and was a long-time member of the Covenant Choir at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Dr. Wolf is a part-time Florida resident and spends some of his free time traveling. He enjoys playing the piano and singing with the Harmony in the Hills Choir in his Florida community.

Dr. Jennifer M. Davis

Dr. Jennifer Davis was raised in Sydney, Ohio. She received her undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and went on to attend The OSU College of Optometry. She graduated as a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa International Optometric Honor Society and served as a clinical instructor in the primary care clinic. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and has served as Zone Governor for the OOA. She is active in community outreach and lives in Granville with her husband Matt and their sons, Maxton and Wesley.


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