Meet Our Doctors

Dr. Ashley C. Baker

Dr. Baker graduated at the top of her class from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. She is a board certified Developmental/Behavioral Optometry as well as being a Board Certified Therapeutic Optometrist and is proficient in the treatment and management of glaucoma and other ocular diseases.

She is the Director of the Neuro Rehab Vision Therapy Department and has a passion for helping patient's reach their visual goals. She volunteers as the Visual Performance Coach for the ETSU baseball team. In her spare time, Dr. Baker enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children, cheering them on in their various activities.

Dr. Kristen J. Johnson

Dr. Johnson graduated from Kentucky College of Optometry in Pikeville, KY. She is a Board Certified Therapeutic Optometrist and is proficient in primary eye care, post-operative care, and in the treatment and management of glaucoma and other ocular diseases. She enjoys seeing patients of all ages. In her spare time, Dr. Johnson enjoys spending time with her husband, Taylor, and dog, Toby.

Dr. Jennifer Ledford

Dr. Ledford graduated from Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA.  She is a Board Certified Therapeutic Optometrist and is proficient in primary eye care, post-operative care, contact lenses and in the treatment and management of glaucoma and other ocular diseases.  She enjoys seeing patients of all ages.  In her spare time Dr. Ledford enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

Dr. John F Holland, Founding Member of Family EyeCare Center

Dr. Holland began his optometry career in 1986, and he operated a successful solo practice at our current location for many years. In 2004, he and Dr. Ashley Baker joined forces and Family EyeCare Center was born. Dr. Holland retired in 2020 and enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.

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Charles Bonnet Syndrome and Visual Hallucinations

Have you ever heard of Charles Bonnet?  He was a Swiss naturalist, philosopher, and biologist (1720-1793) who first described the hallucinatory experiences of his 89-year-old grandfather, who was nearly blind in both eyes from cataracts.  Charles...

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