Meet Our Team

Our Team

Dr. R. Kevin Vance

Veterinarian, DVM
Area of interest: Predominantly large animal practice

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Dr. Vance is a native of Hart County growing up on a grain, tobacco and cattle farm.  Dr. Vance has a Bachelor of Science from Western Kentucky University in animal science and received a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988.  He enjoys farming and traveling with his wife and daughter.  Dr. Vance and his family enjoy their beef cattle, 2 horses, 2 dogs and 3 cats.


Dr. Carrie Lush

Veterinarian, DVM
Area of interest: Predominantly Large and Companion Practice

 

Dr. Carrie Lush was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky.  Her family also owns a horse farm in Clarkson,  Kentucky, where she raises Tennessee Walking horses for trail and pleasure riding.  She attended Western Kentucky University for her undergraduate studies with an animal science focus and obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011.  Dr. Lush has a small collection of 4-legged family members including 2 Heelers, 2 horses, and a cat.  Dr. Lush has an interest in both large and companion animal veterinary practice.



Dr. Ashlee Page

Veterinarian, DVM

Area of Interest:  Mixed Animal Practice

Dr. Page was raised on a farm in Upstate New York. Dr. Page received her Bachelors of Science in Animal Science and Minor in Equine Science from Penn State University. She then earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She and her husband have a farm in Summer Shade, KY where they raise beef cattle. They have two dogs and a cat along with their cattle. Dr. Page veterinary medical interest includes Large animal medicine and surgery along with small animal surgery.


Terri Davis

Office Manager
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Nikki Jones

Receptionist



Beth Trombley

Veterinary Technition



Dakota Hawkins

Veterinary Assistant



Darnella Blackwood

Veterinary Assistant



Savannah Kenny

Groomer



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Monday:

7:00 am-4:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-4:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-4:30 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-4:30 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-4:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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