Welcome to Greene County Eye Care!
Greene County Eye Care proudly serves the Xenia area with quality eye care services and a friendly staff. Dr. Lindsay Florkey takes great pride in offering the best vision care possible for your entire family. Whether you need to be fitted with eyeglasses or contact lenses, or you need a comprehensive eye exam, our practice utilizes the latest technology and treatments available.
We start by participating in the national InfantSee program, which provides a free examination for infants between the ages of 6 and 12 months. We believe that early intervention of eye issues is the only way to eliminate lazy eye. We promote and recommend yearly eye examinations starting at age two to ensure that refractive error is caught early and that eye health is monitored. The school years are a time of great growth and change and we do not want uncorrected refractive error to hinder learning.
Our technicians are happy to assist you in finding that perfect frame. We recommend the best in lenses and can provide non-glare, all three types of Transitions, customized progressive lenses, safety lenses, and polarized sunglasses. The technicians at Greene County Eye Care aim to find the optimum fashion and vision for your glasses by providing quality products at a good value.
Learn more about our team!
Dr. Lindsay Florkey
Dr. Lindsay Florkey has been the owner of Greene County Eye Care since 2007. She has a B.S. in biological sciences from Wright State University. Her two other degrees are from The Ohio State University, a M.S. in vision sciences and her O.D., Doctor of Optometry degree. Dr. Florkey lives in Cedarville with her husband, Joe and daughter, Haylee. She is involved with the Ohio Optometric Association, serving as a trustee on the Board of Directors. Dr. Florkey serves as the leader for Haylee’s Girl Scout Troop. She enjoys reading, hiking, and travel. She is passionate about promoting the vision needs of children, prescribing the latest contact lens technologies, and protecting eyes from vision loss.
Dr. Avery was born and raised in Columbus where she still resides today. She has a B.A. in public affairs with an emphasis on nonprofit management from The Ohio State University. After a career change and several years of prerequisite coursework, she returned to OSU to complete her doctorate of optometry degree. While in optometry school, Dr. Avery participated in a mission trip to Jamaica, providing eye exams to over 400 school-age children. She was also an Albert Schweitzer fellow focusing her year of community service on infant and toddler eye health access. Dr. Avery is a member of the Ohio Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. In her free time, she loves to spend time with family, travel, and bake cookies.