Stacy started working with us as a Veterinary Assistant in 2006 and worked her way up to Receptionist. She has also earned the distinguished title of "Dog Whisperer" for her way of calming our aggitated pets down. Stacy adopted a Chihuahua named Greta and a crazy kitty named Bubba.
Maria started working with us in 2019. She followed her husband who is stationed at NOB. Together they have a cat named Pickles and a dog named Max. She is all over our hospital working in the back with the animals and up front as a receptionist. She definitely loves her furry babies!
Emily started working for Bostic Veterinary Hospital in 2016 as intern to become a veterinarian technician. She fell in love with the employees and the challenging but rewarding work at Bostic, so she decided to join our team. Emily has one golden retriever named Ellie, who is energetic and loves to play soccer any chance she gets. When Emily is not at work, she enjoys kayaking, sipping on a good cup of coffee, and traveling.
Diana started with us in 2017 as a student at Animal Behavior College. After receiving her certificate as a veterinary assistant, she joined our team as a part-time and eventually full-time employee. She has two little maltese dogs that she loves.
Tammy started with us in 1997 as a Veterinary Assistant in the back of the hospital, and eventually got promoted to the front of the hospital being the doctors right hand woman in the exam rooms. Tammy is married to Chris and they have 2 sons, who play in a band, called Pyramid, which Tammy and her husband make sure to attend every show. Tammy also has a dog named Jordan who is 14 years old wearing what the Learning Channel calls a bionic leg. This brace has been a godsend for Jordan.
Nicole first started with us part-time in 1996 and went full-time with us in 1998. Nicole is married to Donald and they have 1 son. The family is very active in boy scouts whether hiking the Appalacian trail or camping out. Spending time in her enchanted garden growing food or watching the wildlife brings her peace and happiness. Nicole is a licensed Veterinary Technician but as the years went by she found a greater fondness for grooming and decided to focus her attention there.