Kathleen joined our practice in the fall of 2010. Kat graduated with a degree in wildlife biology from the University of Montana. Kat is our surgical nurse. She enjoys pursuing continuing education in the fields of veterinary anesthesia and dentistry.
In addition to working with At Home Veterinary Housecalls, she volunteers at the Conservator's Center, an exotic animal rescue facility near Mebane. Check it out at Conservators Center. Kat is an experienced volunteer working with tigers and lions.
Kat has two spoiled cats at home. She also enjoys biking and running and has completed a couple of half marathons.
OUR PAST EMPLOYEES
We'd like to thank all our past employees for their hard work, compassion, and enthusiasm. It has been a privilege and a pleasure to work with each one of you.
Bethany Scott has graduated from Tuskegee Veterinary School and is working at a veterinary clinic in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is loving her profession!
Maggie Oakes graduated from nursing school with honor in 2012. She is on the nursing staff at Duke Hospital. She is married, and has a son.
Sharon Haas, our former office manager, retired from At Home Veterinary Housecalls. She is missed by everyone, and we wish her the best for her future.
Dr. Tara Gershuny completed her pre-veterinary studies at UNC-Greensboro, and graduated from Louisiana State Veterinary School. She is now a practicing veterinarian.
Dr. Hee Sun Nam earned a PhD in nutrition from UNC-Greensboro. She is married, with a son, and now living in Australia.
Natalie Johnson graduated from UNC-G and is employed at Novartis Animal Health here in Greensboro. Natalie is married, and can sometimes be found working weekends at All Pets Considered.
Dr. Emily Pearman is a practicing veterinarian. She graduated from The University of Tennessee Veterinary School in 2012.
Dr. Liz Bolton is practicing veterinary medicine in Greensboro, NC. She graduated from North Carolina State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007.
Dr.Ellen Siedlecki earned her veterinary degree from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She now owns a veterinary hospital in Great Britain.
IN MEMORIUM: BARBARA HICKS
Barbara Hicks joined our practice 1998 as our office manager/receptionist. Barbara retired at the end of January 2003. Sadly, Barbara passed away on September 21, 2003.
Barbara was a dedicated and caring individual, whose warmth was felt by everyone who spoke with her.
Her quiet determination in facing life's hardships was an inspiration to all who knew her. Barbara demonstrated a deep love and compassion for both the two-legged and four-legged creatures whose lives she touched. Her
cheerful smile is missed by all her knew her.