At Berry Farms EyeCare, each member of our vision care team is selected by Dr. Jana based upon his or her experience, professional demeanor, and dedication to providing personalized care to our optometry patients.
At Berry Farms EyeCare, our entire staff is committed to ensuring the comfort and satisfaction of each and every patient while being friendly and professional. Our commitment is to provide exceptional customer care to all of our friends and neighbors in the Franklin and Berry Farms communities. We take pride in our personalized care and strive to spend the necessary time with each patient to ensure a comfortable and exceptional experience.
Our staff members are passionate about providing high-quality care to our family of patients. We know that you have a choice when it comes to eye care, so we strive to provide comprehensive eye exams, a great selection of fashionable glasses, and the best personalized vision care. Come in today to meet our staff and schedule your appointment!
Dr. Jana Crim and her family are active residents of Williamson County. Berry Farms EyeCare is the fulfillment of her dream to provide quality care to her friends and neighbors in a welcoming environment. Outside of the office, she loves to travel, spend time with family and friends, and stay active with her boys. She can often be found in the carpool lane, the coffee shop, or on the sidelines cheering on her boys. Stop by and say hello to Dr. Jana!
Mikki Massey is the Office Administrator here at Berry Farms EyeCare. She brings more than 15 years of optometry knowledge and over 21 years of customer/patient satisfaction experience to our office. She is currently certified by the American Optometric Association (AOA) as a Certified Paraoptometric Assistant and is planning to continue with her education to better serve our patients. Mikki, a native of North Alabama, moved to Middle Tennessee in February of 2011. Outside of work she loves to travel and spend as much time as possible with family and friends. She is extremely excited to become a part of the Berry Farms community and looks forward to working with all of our Franklin, Tennessee patients!
Amanda Fritts brings more than 15 years optician experience to our practice. Amanda has extensive knowledge in frame adjustment and lens measurements to ensure the proper fit and lens design specific to your needs. When she's not here working hard to perfect your style and design options, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. Amanda is ready to help style you into the perfect pair of glasses!
A native of Franklin, Tennessee, Fran Blackard brings more than 9 years of medical reception experience to Berry Farms EyeCare. She is eagerly awaiting the opportunity to assist you both over the phone and in our office. Outside of the office, Fran enjoys spending time with her husband, Charlie, and their daughter, Embree. She also enjoys traveling, crafting and spending time with friends and family. Fran is ready to meet you and assist you with all of your scheduling needs!
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