Amelia Cox, DVM, was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. She attended Auburn University where she worked at a local dairy farm until graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Amelia loves forming relationships with clients and their pets to help provide them with a great quality of life. Her interests include pain management, geriatric medicine, internal medicine, and dentistry. Outside of the veterinary clinic, Amelia enjoys adventures with her family, trying out new restaurants, yoga, and anything Star Wars and Harry Potter. She lives in Chapel Hill with her husband, Chase, her sassy toddler, Elanor, and their Beagle/Labrador mix Jude.
Anastasia Anderson, DVM, was born in the state of Georgia and grew up traveling all over with her military family. Anastasia completed her undergraduate work at the College of William & Mary and her graduate level studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State University. She is a Fear Free Certified practitioner.
Anastasia enjoys problem solving and acting as an advocate for pets, helping them to “tell” us what is wrong, even though they don’t have the words. Her hobbies include rock climbing, backpacking, and struggling to be a Carolina Panther fan, even when the team doesn’t make it easy. After successfully raising two children, Anastasia now lives in Chapel Hill with her mild-mannered Boxer/Lab mix.
Briana Stockdale, DVM, was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. She attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill for her undergraduate work before attending the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University where she earned both her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine and Master of Science in Conservation Medicine. Briana was the 2022 recipient of the American Animal Hospital Association Award for Proficiency in Primary Care.
Briana was drawn to veterinary medicine by the desire to help animals and the people who love them. Her special interests include veterinary dentistry and diagnostic imaging. Briana enjoys spending time with her family and exploring the Great Smoky Mountains. She lives in Mebane with her husband Evan and their Miniature Schnauzer Addison.
Jordan Woodruff, DVM, was born and raised in Long Island, New York. She attended Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma for her undergraduate work where she became the first All-American for the women’s soccer program. She then attended and graduated from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University.
Jordan’s veterinary areas of interest include dermatology, neurology, and general surgery. In her free time, Jordan loves to stay active and work out. She enjoys playing pickleball and playing in a local slow pitch softball league. Jordan lives in the Triangle with her husband Paul, Golden Retriever Hudson, and cat Pearl.
Sheri Randell, DVM, was born in Illinois and grew up in North Carolina. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her undergraduate work and graduated from North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. She is also a graduate of the Veterinary Management Institute. Dr. Randell opened Carrboro Plaza Veterinary Clinic in 1990 as a small one-doctor practice in Carrboro Plaza. Her volunteer work with the Christian Veterinary Mission works to aid the animals of the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota.
Sheri enjoys all aspects of companion animal medicine and is committed to the continual improvement of care for our much loved patients and their devoted owners. In her free time, Sheri enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling. She currently resides in Orange County with her husband Guy, two Labrador Retrievers Jack and Elle, and her cat Duckie.
Alyssa Wheat, DVM, was born in Manchester, New Hampshire and grew up in Hollis, New Hampshire. She attended the University of Vermont for her undergraduate work and went on to the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University where she graduated in 2015. Alyssa is a Fear Free Certified Practitioner.
Alyssa has always enjoyed working with animals and is dedicated to helping them live healthy and happy lives. Her areas of interest include surgery, ophthalmology, and cytology. When not caring for animals, Alyssa enjoys crafting, cooking, hiking, and kayaking. She currently lives in Carrboro and is adjusting to life in the South with her husband Greg, son Calder, and her three cats Willow, Flynn, and Liv.
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