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Dr. Alex Hill graduated from Harvard University with a liberal arts degree in 1987. After wading through the shark infested waters of Wall Street for a few years, he decided to head south to work with safer animals. He graduated from the University of Georgia, College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.
He has since gained a broad range of experience with the care and treatment of small animals by working with a number of excellent veterinarians in both the emergency and critical care environment (Savannah Veterinary Emergency Hospital) and that of general practice (Charleston, SC; Lake Orion, MI; and Wilmington, NC). Since December 2008, he has been able to use his education and experience to mold Central Animal Hospital into the practice it is today. Dr. Hill shares his life with his three best friends, Turbo, JoJo (Pit Bull) and Eli (German Shepherd mix). When he has time, he enjoys a round of golf, fishing and exploring the coastal waters.
Originally from Louisville, KY, Dr. Cara Ann Hammons graduated from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. From the age of 15, she has worked as a veterinary technician and volunteered at multiple Humane Societies. Since becoming a vet, she has been able to share her love and knowledge with countless pets.
Dr. Hammons and her husband, Jeremy, moved to Savannah in 2009 and fell in love with the city and its charms. She joined the team at Central Animal Hospital in June 2011 and has quickly become an integral member in the effort to serve our clients and their furry friends. In her spare time, Cara Ann loves to play guitar and bass, record music and spend time with Jeremy and their four cats: Venti, Ella, PJ, and Chase.
Dr. Sarah Taylor graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in Biology in 2008, and from the University of Georgia College of Veterinarian Medicine in 2012. After graduation, she returned to her hometown of St. Simons Island, Georgia.
While working in small animal private practice, Dr. Taylor also volunteered at the Humane Society’s Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic and served as a
member of the Glynn County Animal Control Advisory Board. Her special interests include behavioral medicine, surgery, and oncology.
Dr. Taylor recently relocated to Savannah and is excited to join the team at Central Animal Hospital. She lives with her three dogs, Lester
(Labrador), Major (German Shepherd), and Pepper (Blue Healer Mix), and cat, Rita Jones.
In addition to the veterinarians, we have a staff of ten helpful employees consisting of veterinary assistants and receptionists to make your visit easier. The focus of our clinic is to provide personalized, individual care and our support staff is an integral part of fulfilling our mission. Your dog and cat will grow to love the friendly faces that greet them at Central Animal Hospital.
Anna graduated from the Veterinary Technology program at Ogeechee Technical College in August of 2012 and has been a part of the Central Animal Hospital team since February 2013. She lives at home with her two dogs, four cats, rabbit, and her husband Tommy. In her spare time she enjoys going to the beach and walking her dogs.
Louella began working for Central Animal Hospital in January 2014. She was born in Oceanside, CA, but has lived in Savannah the majority of her life. Louella received her Veterinary Assistant Certification from Long Medical Institute and has worked in the veterinary field for over 16 years. In her free time she loves to relax and spend time with her 3 children and her 4 animal babies (Delilah, Tonka, Koko, and Mercy).
Tad joined the Central team in July 2012 with over 8 years experience with animals. A life-long resident of Savannah, he attended Armstrong Atlantic State University where he obtained his Bachelors Degree in Biology in May 2007. In his spare time Tad enjoys playing the guitar, photography, and hanging out with his friends. He lives at home with his partner, Mason, and their kitty (Biskit).
Ani recently joined our team when she moved to Savannah in May 2017. She graduated from West Virginia University with Bachelor’s Degrees in Chemistry and Forensic & Investigative Sciences. She lives with her boyfriend, a bulldog puppy named Rose, and a revolving door of foster/temporary/etc pets that are part of the household zoo she calls family. She enjoys biking, roller skating, kayaking, trying (and failing at) pinterest crafts, and trying to convince her boyfriend why they should foster yet another furry baby.
Tiffany is a Savannahian who graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Armstrong State University in May 2016. She joined the Central Animal Hospital team in October 2016. She lives at home with her boyfriend and her dog Douglas Fresh. In her free time she enjoys spending time with friends, going shopping, and going to the beach.
Kristen is married and has two girls. She moved to Savannah in 2005 and has been working in the vet field for 12 years. She has two dogs and four cats. Kristen has been with Central Animal Hospital since September of 2016. In
her spare time she enjoys reading and spending time with her family and friends.
Mary Claire, a native of Atlanta, has lived in Savannah since 2012. She is currently enrolled at Penn Foster College for her Applied Animal Sciences Degree, and has enjoyed doing animal volunteer work and rescue for the past 10 years. When not at the clinic she enjoys hanging out with her fiance John, dogs Ferdinand, Komomo, Toodle and their bearded dragon Kronos.
Luna joined our practice in July of 2012 and has been counseling our patients ever since. At 11 years old, she enjoys extended cat naps on her extra large kitty tree in the doctor's private office. She also loves to chase after the treats tossed to her by the veterinary assistants. She is a valued member of our staff and has found a place in the hearts of both the employees that care for her and the clients who visit her.