Dr. Stephanie Holloway
Dr. Holloway always knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She started working at animal hospitals while in high school and throughout college. She has worked in multiple general practices and at speciality hospitals such as Affiliated Veterinary Specialists and the University of Florida where she was a technician in the small animal ICU, blood bank coordinator and served as the orthopedic service technician. Dr. Holloway was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL and then moved to Gainesville, FL in 2000 to attend the University of Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida in 2003 with a Bachelor degree in Animal Science and then completed a Master’s degree in Veterinary Science. She also attended Veterinary School at the University of Florida and graduated at the end of May, 2010. Dr. Holloway enjoys all aspects of surgery. She takes pleasure working for a not-for-profit organization in order to be able to provide low cost, quality medical treatment options for our furry family members.
Dr. Holloway enjoys spending time with her family, which consists of her husband, who is also a veterinarian, 4 dogs, 2 cats, a Leopard tortoise, an Aldabra tortoise, 2 Sulcata tortoises, 3 bearded dragons, 2 horses and a goat.
Dr. Stan Hill
Dr. Hill attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine located on the Caribbean island, St. Christopher. He completed his clinical year at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. Dr. Hill returned to Florida to be with his family and worked for two years in emergency clinics. He has gained valuable experience in Surgery and Internal Medicine as well as an understanding of the emotions experienced when our pets are ill. He joined the Clay County Humane society in October 2011 and thoroughly appreciates the ability to treat pets without the fiscal restraints of other clinics.
In his off time, Dr. Hill enjoys camping, boating, biking and time spent with his family. He has a dog and a cat named Sally and Cracker respectively. Both pets were adopted in the Caribbean and seem to have adapted to life stateside quite well.
Dr. Jessica N. McAlpin
Dr. Jessica N. McAlpin graduated from the University of Florida in 2011 with a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and a masters in Public Health. She enjoys small animal soft tissue surgery, as well as wildlife medicine. Her husband, Dr. Ryan D. McAlpin, is also a graduate from the University of Florida and is now a dentist, practicing in Orange Park. They have recently moved to Mandarin where they live with three dogs, a yellow lab named Aspen, a boxer mix named Madek and a corgi mix named Sada Lane. The McAlpins also have three cats, Mia Maria, Hurley and Mikayla Ann. In her "off time" Dr. McAlpin loves gardening, surfing, photography and yoga. She is also a Latin dance instructor for Salsa Caliente dance studio.