Meet Our Optometrists in Greenwood, IN
Dr. Christopher J. Browning
Dr. Browning graduated from the prestigious Indiana University School of Optometry in 2002. Dr. Browning enjoys caring for a large pediatric population at the Greenwood office and participates in the American Optometric Association’s Infant-See program which provides no cost care to underprivileged infants. Dr. Browning has a passion for contact lenses and enjoys utilizing the latest technology to provide the most personalized solutions for his patients. He was awarded the Dennis Kennedy Excellence in Eye Care Award from TLC Laser Eye Centers for his work in co-management of laser vision correction in 2008. He was selected as the “Young Optometrist of the Year” by the IOA in 2011.
Dr. Jenna M. Dale FAOO FCOVD
Dr. Dale received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Indiana University School of Optometry. She was recognized as the Varilux Case Study National Award winner, recipient of the COVD Excellence in Vision Therapy Award, and co-recipient of the David Kolack award for highest GPA of her graduating class. Upon graduation, she was also featured in the national publication, Vision Monday, magazine as “Best in Class of 2012.” Dr. Liechty was the recipient of the prestigious Terrence Ingram Pediatric Residency Award presented by the American Optometric Foundation. Dr. Liechty is a member of the Indiana Optometric Association, American Optometric Association and College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD).
Dr. Michael W. Jeffirs
Dr. Jeffirs earned a Doctorate in Optometry degree from the Indiana University School of Optometry. There he received extensive Contact Lens training and even assisted in teaching the Contact Lens course for optometry students at the time. Dr. Jeffirs was one of the early Optometrists to be certified in Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.
Dr. Collin M. Rush
Dr. Rush graduated from the Indiana University School of optometry in 2016 with high honors and was accepted into the Phi Beta Kappa society consisting of only the top 1% of seniors nationwide in the college of arts and science. Dr. Rush trained at the Cataract and Laser Institute becoming proficient in the management and care of cataract and laser surgeries, as well as the use of amniotic membranes for the treatment of ocular surface disease. He trained at the Atwater and Indianapolis eye care centers mastering the skill of Scleral contact lens fitting. These lenses provide amazing differences in vision and comfort for patients with diseased and irregular corneas. Dr. Rush's final training took place at The Roudabush Veterans hospital caring for veterans with advanced glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.