Dr. Taylor McGann is originally from Dublin, Ohio and attended Dublin Jerome High School. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree, graduating magna cum laude, from The Ohio State University. Dr. McGann earned her Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating magna cum laude, from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. She was awarded the Binocular Vision and Pediatrics Clinical Excellence Award, Vision Service Plan and American Optometric Foundation Practice Excellence Award, and Ocular Instruments Award of Excellence in the study of Ocular Disease.
While pursuing her optometric degree, Dr. McGann was a selected member of the scholastic honors society, Beta Sigma Kappa, was a member of the American Optometric student Association and was elected treasurer of Student Council. Additionally, she participated in service trips to Guatemala and Peru in order to provide eye care to underserved populations as a member of the organization, SVOSH.
During her education, she completed externship rotations at OMNI Eye Services in West Orange, New Jersey and White River Junction VA Medical Center in Hartford, Vermont where she gained knowledge in cataract and refractive surgery co-management and ocular disease care.
After completion of her doctorate, Dr. McGann began her Pediatric Optometry/Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation Residency at The Ohio State University College of Optometry. As a faculty member and Instructor of Clinical Practice at The Ohio State College of Optometry, she taught in the Primary Vision Care, Binocular Vision and Pediatrics Services, and Vision Therapy clinics. During her residency, she was an examiner for CITT-ART research study for convergence insufficiency and is currently a sub-investigator for the CHAMP research study for myopia control.
Dr. McGann provides comprehensive family eye care, contact lens fittings and evaluations, ocular disease management with special interests in vision therapy, binocular vision, pediatrics, and traumatic brain injury ocular rehabilitation. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, Ohio Optometric Association, performs InfantSee examinations, and volunteers as a “Realeyes” presenter to educate children and parents about ocular health.