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Doctors & Staff

Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Oak Ridge Vision Center the leading provider of vision care products and services in Oak Ridge.

Joseph E. Crump,OD

A graduate of the University of Tennessee and the Southern College of Optometry, Dr. Crump has practiced in Tennessee for two decades.

He decided to become an optometrist after a science project in elementary school during which he was deprived of each of his five senses for a short time each.

“The senses like smell, touch, and hearing I could do okay without. When it came to no sight, it was very unsettling. That was when I became committed to helping people preserve theirs.”

Elisabeth Brust

Elisabeth is a nationally-certified optometric assistant (COA) and is working toward the highest level, or COT.



Karen Voekel

Office Manager



Rachael Edmonds