Alex Hill, D.V.M.

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.

Cara Ann Hammons, D.V.M.

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.

Sarah Taylor, D.V.M. 

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 dog, Major (German Shepherd), and cats, Rita Jones and Kitty Purry.