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Dr. Jill Davids

Dr. Jill Davids graduated with honors from Trinity Christian College in 2000. During her time at Trinity she also worked at Argonne National Laboratories teaching biology, chemistry and physics to Chicago high school and college students. Upon graduating, she received Trinity's Biology Departmental Award, an award given to one graduate each year. Dr. Davids' graduate work was completed at the Illinois College of Optometry in 2004 where she received Cum Laude recognition. While she enjoys working with patients of all ages, Dr. Davids also focuses on helping children with amblyopia and fitting specialty contact lenses for patients with corneal abnormalities. Patients often comment on her thorough exams and her ability to explain concepts well. She is an avid runner and enjoys time spent golfing, cycling and reading....
Give Us a Call 219-374-7800

Dr. Katie Gibson

Dr. Katie Gibson is a Northwest Indiana native. She graduated with highest distinction from Purdue University in Hammond, IN. While at Purdue, she worked at an optometry office as a technician where she grew to love the profession. Dr. Gibson then earned her doctorate at the Illinois College of Optometry where she received Cum Laude recognition and was a member of the Tomb and Key honor society. Her externships focused on primary eyecare and ocular disease. Today, she enjoys practicing full scope optometry. Dr. Gibson currently lives in St. John with her husband, Aaron, and dog, Rizzly. She enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends....
Give Us a Call 219-374-7800
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