Doctors & Staff
Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Innovative Eye Care the leading provider of vision care products and services in Auburn.
Douglas C. Morrow, OD
Dr. Morrow is a 1977 graduate of the Indiana University School of Optometry. He has practiced in Auburn since 1979 and he opened a practice in Garrett in 2000. Dr. Morrow has been active in many community organizations in the 28 years he has been in practice. His activities include; Auburn Little League, Auburn City Park Board, DeKalb County United Way and Auburn Chamber of Commerce. While serving as a volunteer in these organizations he has also served as the president of each organization. Dr. Morrow’s service as a volunteer also includes being a member of the Auburn Presbyterian Church serving the church as an elder and youth leader, the Auburn Lions Club, youth basketball coach and little league baseball coach.
Dr. Morrow is a member of the Indiana Optometric Association, American Optometric Association, American Diabetic Association and the American Public Health Association. He serves as a volunteer for the Indiana Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. Dr. Morrow serves as a volunteer for the American Optometric Association on the Eye Care Benefits Committee. He also serves as the AOA representative on the American Medical Association CPT Health Care Profession Advisory Committee. Dr. Morrow was appointed to the Indiana Optometry Board (IOB) by Governor Mitch Daniels in 2006. The IOB is the state regulatory board for optometry. Dr. Morrow has been honored by the Indiana Optometric Association as the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award, Meritorious Service Award and the Optometrist of the Year Award.
Dr. Morrow is married to his wife Barbara who is a children’s author and they have four sons. He enjoys spending time with his family.
Dr. Amy Reidhaar
Dr. Amy Reidhaar was born and raised in Fort Wayne and attended Northrop High School. In 2010, she graduated with distinction from Manchester University where she performed in the Manchester Symphony Orchestra. Following completion of her internships at the Indianapolis Eye Care Center, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indianapolis, LASIK Pro referral center, Bennett and Bloom referral center, and VA Northern Indiana Health Care Systems, she graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry in May of 2014. After completion of her education, she elected to pursue an extra year of training at the Veteran’s Administration hospital in Fort Wayne, specializing in ocular disease and primary care.
In her free time she likes to get involved in the community through the Active 20s-30s club in Fort Wayne, where they fund-raise for children’s organizations such as Boys and Girls Club and Camp What Cha Want To Do. She also likes to participate in intramural sports such as kickball and volleyball in Fort Wayne.
Dr. Reidhaar hopes to pursue fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry and she is also looking forward to providing eye care to under-served communities through a Lion’s Club sponsored mission trip.
Dr. Megan McClure
Dr. McClure is a long-time Indiana resident, originally from Mishawaka. Dr. McClure received her bachelor’s degree in neuroscience from the University of Michigan and was a member of the marching band. She received her optometry degree from the Indiana University School of Optometry. While in school, she was a member of the Beta Sigma Kappa Honor society and was an associate instructor for IU’s contact lens class. Dr. McClure has also been involved with Indiana University’s Fellowship of Christian Optometrists and traveled to Guatemala for optometric mission trips.
Dr. McClure rotated through the Fort Wayne VA eye clinic, Whitewater Eye Center in Richmond, IN, and Indiana University’s Indianapolis and Bloomington locations during her training. Dr. McClure also completed a residency at the Cincinnati VAMC.
When not at the office, she enjoys wandering around state parks with her camera, swimming, and reading.