Dr. Malof was raised in the Cincinnati area. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Cincinnati and his Doctorate from the Indiana University School of Optometry. Following graduation, he worked for MacGregor Medical Association in Houston, Texas where he gained experience in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease and medical co-management with other physicians on staff. He returned to Ohio in 1994 and one year later joined the team at Rahn Eyecare Center, now known as Milford Opticare Vision Center. Dr. Malof's interests include primary eye care, contact lenses, and ocular disease diagnosis and management. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Ocular Surface Society of Optometry and National Glaucoma Society. With over 25 years experience, Dr. Malof prides himself on spending time with his patients to thoroughly meet their eye care needs. Outside the office, Dr. Malof enjoys spending time with his wife, Jen, and staying fit through biking and yoga.
Dr. Miranda Packard is one of the newest optometrists to join the Opticare family and is passionate about being able to deliver excellent eye care to families in the Cincinnati area.
Dr. Packard is from Harrison Ohio. She became passionate about vision after making connections with a blind classmate in elementary school and taking an active role in volunteering with the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Dr. Packard received her Bachelor of Biological Sciences degree from the University of Cincinnati where she was an active member on campus in Chi Omega sorority and participated in research investigating macular degeneration in spiders.
Dr. Packard graduated cum laude with a Doctor of Optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. Her externships included rotations at the Memphis VA optometry clinic and the Eye Care Centers of Richmond, KY. During these rotations, she developed special interest in ocular disease, diabetic eye care, dry eye disease, pediatrics and contact lenses.
Outside of the office, Dr. Packard is committed to community involvement and increasing public health knowledge. She is a member of the Ohio Optometric Association and the Infantsee program. She continues to volunteer at the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and One Sight organizations.