Our highly trained team are experts in their specialized fields of eye care, but most of all they specialize in taking good care of you! Scroll down to read more about the various eye care professionals we have on our team:
Drosto Montgomery, Practice Director for Gailmard brings 20 plus years of experience in optometry, business development, marketing and coaching teams. Drosto’s career consist of Management and Business Administration on a National level. She has successfully worked in operation for 66 locations and trained staff in Customer Service, Sales and time management. Drosto takes pride in helping grow and transform the team into the number one Optometric Practice on this side of Indiana. Drosto has enjoyed working with some of the best OD’s and staff that any team could want.
These team members are vital to our business operations. They manage the appointment schedules, supervise our electronic medical records, file insurance claims and much more.
From pre-testing to scribing to optical dispensing, these eye care professionals are an important part of our eye care services. Clinical technicians are fully trained to perform advanced medical testing such as retinal photography, visual field analysis, OCT scans, corneal topography and autorefraction.
Our opticians understand both the fashion aspect of your eyeglasses as well as the technical aspects of your prescription. They will guide you to the best frame choice for your personal style and the best lenses for your visual needs. We offer the latest technology in lenses such as custom-designed no-line multifocals and lighter and thinner materials. Our new premium anti-reflective lenses are anti-scratch, anti-static, and easy to keep clean.
Our contact lens staff assists the doctor with new fittings and trains patients to insert, remove and care for their lenses. We participate in clinical research trials to test the newest contact lens designs such as new more comfortable polymers, more stable correction of astigmatism and advanced multifocal lenses for presbyopia.