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Dr. Marla M. Crawford

Dr. Crawford grew up north of Pittsburgh and graduated from Saint Vincent College in 2014. She went on to complete her Doctor of Optometry degree at Indiana University Bloomington in 2018 and graduated with honors. While at IU, she served as President of the IU Optometric Private Practice Club and earned membership to the Gold Key International Honor Society, the highest leadership honor available to optometry students. Dr. Crawford also traveled to Jamaica to provide eye care to the under-served, and hopes to continue service trips for years to come.

In practice, Dr. Crawford enjoys treating and managing dry eye and working with both standard and specialty contact lenses. She is happy to work with patients of all ages, including infants and children.

Dr. Crawford currently resides in Dormont with her husband, Josh, and puppy, Lucy. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling and singing in the Pittsburgh Metro Mixed Ensemble.