Head of Patient Services
Jenn has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2013 and has been with us since January 2014. She graduated from Baker College of Jackson, MI in June of 2013 and is currently licensed there as well. Jenn is living out her dream of being an advocate for the animals and educating clients. She has four rescue animals including two mixed breed dogs, and two cats. Her life revolves around them, family, and her job
Patient Services Team
Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVT)
Stacy has loved animals as long as she can remember and as a child was always bringing some sort of critter home to take care of. After leaving the U.S. Navy in 2006, Stacy decided to return to college to become a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). Stacy is a 2008 graduate of Central Carolina Community College's Veterinary Medical Technology program.
A huge Elvis fan, when she's not working, Stacy spends her time searching for Elvis memorabilia and attending various "Elvis Fests" and other Elvis-related events.
Along with her husband Dell, Stacy shares their home with two Beagles that were adopted from CCCC and numerous guinea pigs.
Lauren is currently enrolled in an on-line Veterinary Medical Technology program and is looking forward graduation day and to become a RVT. When not studying she is an avid scuba diver, art enthusiast and equestrian. She especially enjoys painting portraits of pets and hanging out with her husband and menagerie of critters which include a few Newfoundlands, a German Shepherd and several cats.
Gage has worked with animals almost all of his life. Drawn to unconventional pets, he has two tarantulas, two gerbils, and a rat....but he has an equal love for animals of all types - to include your dogs & cats. While your pets are here in our hospital, he gives that extra little bit of love to all of them.
Micki is a Fayetteville native. A graduate of Seventy First High School. She is married with 6 kids and 6 grandchildren. She has one cat and 3 dogs. Micki has been in veterinary medicine for over 15 years. She has worked at a couple clinics in town and was employed at Animal Urgent Care for 10 years. She joined our clinic in August 2014. She loves spending time with her friends and family. She also loves gardening, and crafting.
Brittany is originally from Roanoke, VA and is a certified Dog Obedience Trainer. She started her career in a business major but now she is currently enrolled in San Juan's online program to become a Registered Veterinary Technician.
She and her husband are huge outdoor enthusiasts that love to spend their free time with their fur babies outdoors. "She says wherever we go, they go".
Brittany says "Animals have always been my passion; I have my mom to thank for that". Growing up her passion was horses. Her first job in the animal world was as a riding instructor. Brittany taught riding for almost 6 years until she moved to Fayetteville.
Brittany and her husband have 2 dogs; Achilles and Otto, 1 Cat; Thor, and 1 horse: Suede. "I will admit Achilles in my baby, I even have an instagram from him (he is quite famous!)
Ashlee graduated from Howard Health and Life Sciences and attended Appalachian State University. She wants to become a veterinarian eventually. Right now Ashlee has a bunny named Easter, two cats Lago (pictured) and Minxy, both are rescues, a beautiful puppy named Hannah and she is fostering a wonderful pit named Peanut, and a snake named Lucky. Ashlee also has a son named Joshua who is the light of her life.
Ashlee says “I have a passion for animals! I have never been able to say I love my job anywhere but here at CCAH! It is amazing. I look forward to coming to work every day. Everyone here at the clinic is wonderful! Have a great day y'all!!”
In 2013, Ellen had started volunteering in a veterinary hospital down in Florida where she is originally from; as part of a class she had been taking in high-school to become a Registered Veterinary Assistant. In January 2014, she graduated the program and has been working in the field since then. Ellen had moved up to North Carolina, where she enjoys her new job at Cross Creek Animal Hospital. She loves that there is room to expand her knowledge everyday by learning new things from her co-workers. Ellen also loves educating clients on preventatives for fleas, parasites, and diseases, as well as giving belly rubs and head scratches to the many adorable animals that come in every day. She has one pet, a beagle named Dixie, and enjoys spending her off time with her pup and her husband, Matt.