PROCARE VISION CENTER
ProCare Vision Center, located in Troy, Ohio is an individually owned practice. Opened in 1994 by Dr. Carolyn J. (Steele) Davis, Dr. Davis and her highly trained technical staff have been serving Miami County and surrounding areas with personalized, professional eye care services since 1994. ProCare Vision Center optometrists have a combined 60+ years of experience.
Procare Vision Center is conveniently located off I-75 at 1861 A Towne Park Dr in Troy. The practice offers an array of eyeglass frames, contact lenses and other treatments for your eyes.
Carolyn J. Davis OD
Carolyn Davis, OD graduated from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1993. She grew up in Greenville, Ohio, attended The University of Dayton for Undergrad, and settled in Troy upon graduation from Optometry school. She opened Procare Vision Center in September of 1994, which was originally located in the Trojan Village Shopping Center until 2013. Dr. Davis loves seeing patients of all ages from infants to geriatrics. When she is not helping patients, her 2 daughters and 3 dogs keep her very busy!
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Faith O. Salyer OD
Dr. Salyer has been in practice in the Troy area for over 25 years and has been with Procare Vision Center since 2005. She’s married with 3 grown children. When she is not helping patients, Dr. Salyer enjoys reading and all things fiber (wool, alpaca, cotton, etc) knitting and spinning her own yarn. She’s also very active in her church.
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Jennifer Hoying OD
Dr. Hoying has been with ProCare Vision Center since 2016. She received a Bachelors Degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Shawnee State University in 2001 where she graduated Cum Laude. She attended The Ohio State University College of Optometry where she earned her doctorate of Optometry in 2006. She is currently dual licensed in the state of Indiana. Dr. Hoying enjoys traveling, exploring new restaurants, spending time with her friends and family and watching Ohio State football. Go Bucks!