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Meet Our Doctors
Our talented team of highly trained doctors are absolutely committed to providing the highest standard of eyecare available. From protecting the health of your eyes, to ensuring the best vision possible, our doctors deliver the care you and your eyes deserve.
Dr. Conn has been in private practice since October 1989. The health of your eyes is his greatest concern.
He is a member of the:
- Tennessee Association of Optometric Physicians
- Middle Tennessee Optometric Association
- Bellevue Exchange Club
- Chairman of the Clinical Advisory Board for Eye Health Partners
- Tennessee Spokesperson for Vision USA
- Board Certified by the Tennessee Board of Optometry
In his spare time he enjoys golf, the outdoors, chasing his dog and is the proud father of an aspiring artist, his son John.
She is married and has one beautiful daughter, Jaclyn. Dr. Odes loves to play tennis, snow ski, scuba dive and travel.
A native of Alberta, Virginia, Dr. Orgain received his B.A. degree in biology from the University of Richmond and his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis. He was a member of the Gold Key Honor Society, student member of the Board of Trustees and was listed in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities.
Dr. Orgain is certified by the Tennessee State Board of Optometry in the treatment of ocular disease and has been certified by the International Association of Boards for Treatment and Management of Eye Disease. He has served as a clinical investigator on different contact lens designs and has used many of these designs in his contact lens practice.
Dr. Orgain is a member of the Tennessee Optometric Association, where he served as president in 1987 and was named Optometrist of the Year in 1990. A resident of Gallatin, Dr. Orgain has four children, Katherine, Sarah, Emily and Brian. They are members of the First United Methodist Church in Gallatin.
During optometry school, she was involved in Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity, a student organization that provides vision and eye health exams to communities living in poverty and participated in mission trips to Honduras, Mexico, and Colombia. Following optometry school, Dr. Sickman completed an additional year of advanced residency training at the Salem Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Virginia.
Dr. Sickman joined as a FAAO (Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry) in 2020.
Outside of the clinic, she enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling, and running. Amy and her husband, Billy, reside in the Donelson area.
After practicing in Sumner County for the last three years, Dr. Smith decided to open Hendersonville Eye Care in 2017. In 2020, Hendersonville Eye Care merged with Orgain Family Vision. Dr. Smith is a member of the American Optometric Association and Tennessee Optometric Association. Dr. Smith is looking forward to providing excellent comprehensive eye care to his patients in this community.