Dr. Gary Voytik

Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Gary J. Voytik, D.O. received his Doctorate of Osteopathy at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1991 and did his internship at Community General Osteopathic Hospital in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and later became Board Certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Orthopedic Surgery. In 2003, Dr. Voytik received his Physician’s MBA from Auburn University.

Dr. Voytik has been practicing in Cleveland, Tennessee since 1996. He stays current on the latest techniques in orthopedic care through continuing education. His practice emphasizes general orthopedics, corrective and rehabilitative medicine for Workman’s Compensation patients, hand surgery, back pain, along with sports medicine, including improving athletic performance and strength. He also emphasizes wellness and rehabilitative medicine.

Dr. Voytik is dedicated to his wife and three beautiful children. He is passionate as team physician for multiple local high schools, and an advocate for the promotion and enhancement of high school athletic programs. He enjoys RVing with his family, is an avid sports fan, and actively involved in his community.

Brandon West, PA-C

Brandon West, PA-C, is a 1993 graduate of Cleveland High School. He served as a police officer for the Cleveland Police Department for 10 years before deciding to change careers from law enforcement to medicine. Brandon decided to pursue his education by returning to Lee University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2010. Soon after, Brandon moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he was accepted into Emory School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program. In 2013, he graduated with his Master of Science in Physician Assistant and returned to his hometown of Cleveland, TN.

He practiced general primary care medicine for four years prior to joining Voytik Center for Orthopedic Care in 2017. In his off time, Brandon keeps himself active and healthy through physical fitness, hiking and running. He is married to Evie Lastra West. Together, they have two children, Josh and Brooklyn.

Kerri Hopkins, FNP-C

Kerri Hopkins, FNP-C, is a 2006 graduate of Cleveland High School where she was a student-athlete and involved in several organizations. She went on to obtain her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she worked coherently with the UT College of Medicine and the Chattanooga community to implement several programs that worked to enhance the Chattanooga community such as the YMCA's MobileFit Program, the electric bike system downtown, and the Diabetes Prevention Program.

Following her time at UTC, Kerri went on to pursue a degree in nursing during which time she also worked in radiology at Cleveland and Chattanooga Imaging. After completing her nursing program at Chattanooga State, she began working as a labor and delivery nurse at Erlanger East where she remained until 2018 when she completed her Master of Science in Nursing from East Tennessee State University. Kerri also worked as an adjunct clinical professor for Lee University's nursing program prior to her MSN completion.

Kerri's longtime dream has been to work in orthopedic medicine in her own hometown. She has recently joined our team and is excited to serve her community and build relationships with her new patients.

In her off time, Kerri enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is married to Brian Hopkins, and together, they have a beautiful two-year-old daughter, Lakely.