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, RVT – Practice Manager
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 of 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 – Veterinary Technician
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 19 years. In her free time she loves to relax and spend time with her 3 children and her 3 animal babies (Delilah her dachshund, Zeus her pit bull and Mercy her cat). She also enjoy practicing hair styling.
Tad – Veterinary Technician
Tad joined the Central team in July 2012 as a life-long resident of Savannah with well over 8 years experience in the small animal field as well as wildlife and large animal. Tad attended Windsor Forest High School and Armstrong Atlantic State University (now a college of Georgia Southern) where he focused primarily on animal sciences and pre-vet studies, but ultimately decided the technician field was more for him! Tad lives at home with two rescue cats and his husband, Mason.
Ani – Veterinary Technician
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 Grant, her 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.
Sarah – Veterinary Technician
Sarah recently moved from the suburbs of Atlanta to Savannah in June of 2017 and began working at Central in late July. She graduated with her Associates in Biology from a small town college named Gordon State. She is currently enrolled as a full time student at Armstrong State University (soon to be Georgia Southern) and is working on getting her Bachelors in Marine Science with a minor in Psychology. She lives with her 5 yr. old Chihuahua, Gracie, and when she is not working or studying her life away, she loves to go to the beach and attending concerts.
Naomi – Veterinary Technician, RVT
Naomi joined the Central family in October of 2017. She is a licensed veterinary technician and has a bachelor’s in Zoology. On her off time, Naomi likes to spend time with her two dogs.
Tiffany – Receptionist
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 – Receptionist
Kristen is married and has four girls. She moved to Savannah in 2005 and has been working in the vet field for 12 years. She has one dog 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.
Luna – Patient Care Manager
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.