Meet the Staff

  • Becky
    Office Manager

    Becky is our office manager and has been with Mountain Eye Care since 2004. She is always friendly and very helpful. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and participating in church events.

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  • Heather
    Billing Coordinator

    Heather has been at Mountain Eye Care since 2007. She works closely with our billing team to insure that bills are processed appropriately through insurance. She is also the face you see when you go to check out after your visit. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her kids. 

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  • Kayla
    Front Desk Coordinator

    Kayla has been a part of the Mountain Eye Care Family since 2012. She works in the front office and enjoys taking care of patients when they come in. Outside of work she loves spending time with her family and friends.

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  • Katie
    Lead Technician

    Katie is our lead technician. She has been with the Mountain Eye Care team since 2012. She greets each patient with her outstanding and friendly personality. She is always happy to take care of all her patients eye care needs.

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  • Lydia
    Technician

    Lydia has been with our office since 2014. Lydia doubles as a technician and also helps in the front. She always approaches every patient with her ambitious and outgoing personality. When she is not at work she spends her time with her husband and dog Baylee.


  • Hannah
    Technician

    Hannah is one of the newest members to our office family. She greets each patient with her sweet personality and a warm smile. When she is not at work she enjoys spending time with her friends and family.

  • Michele
    Optician

    Michele has been with our eye care team since 2016. She is certified by the National Opticianary Board, has over 22 years experience in optics and has a true love for what she does. Michele is married to her soul mate Wes, and they have 2 amazing boys. When she's not at the office, she enjoys hanging out with her family and friends and attending church.

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  • Kyle
    Lab Technician

    Kyle works in our optical department. He originally came to Mountain Eye Care in 2012, and recently rejoined the office. He is a lab technician, and enjoys helping patients with all of their eyeglass needs.

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  • Ashley
    Lab Technician

    Ashley is one of the newest members of our optical staff. She happily assists patients with all of their glasses needs. When she is not at work she enjoys photography.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:15 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:15 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:15 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:15 am - 12:00 pm

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

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Testimonial

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I appreciate the attention to detail and follow-up of the eye care Mountain Eye Care provides. The front office staff was polite and the choices of frames was great."
    Donnie Blairsville, GA

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