The dedicated individuals who comprise our veterinary team are what make it possible for us to accomplish our mission of the best in quality veterinary care for your pets, and also exceptional customer service to you.
Our hospital consists of five veterinarians, a customer service team, a veterinary technician team, an Office Manager and a Hospital Manager. We value each of these team members as equally important, for they all play a critical role in providing our total service to you and your pets.
Multiple steps are taken to ensure that each team member provides the very best patient care and customer service possible. Each hospital staff member attends required continuing education meetings and accredited seminars on both veterinary medicine and customer service topics throughout the year to ensure that we provide consistent, quality service to you.
Customer service meetings are held to applaud and recognize our good service, and also to formulate and discuss improvement for service that fell below our quality standards.
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Get to know us. Explore our staff biographies and learn about the people who make our facility an excellent choice for your pet care needs.
Dr. Meadows was born and raised in Vienna, Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Meadows joined VCA St. Mary's Animal Hospital in 2007.
Dr. Meadows has a special interest in both feline and canine Internal Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Meadows enjoys advanced training and education in ultrasonography.
Bethany has been veterinary assistant supervisor since 2018 and part of the VCA team since 2013. She did her externship at VCA St. Mary's Animal Hospital and was added to the team after graduating from Vet Tech Institute Pittsburgh in 2013. She has three fur babies at home: Silas, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier; Lucy, an American Staffordshire Terrier; and a cat named Penelope. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, amusement parks, and wine tasting.
Why I joined the veterinary field: "I originally wanted to be a nurse, but my love for animals drew me into this profession. I love coming into a job that I thoroughly enjoy, and sometimes doesn't feel like a job."