The relationships Kim Greenway has developed over the years with the staff, clients, and patients of Whitesburg Animal Hospital is something she greatly treasures. "I enjoy working with team members who are excited to continue learning more about our chosen field and are equally committed to providing patients with quality medical care."
Kimberly joined the Whitesburg Animal Hospital team in 1998 as a veterinary technician. She is now the practice manager. Kim has been active in establishing the Veterinary Technician and Practice Managers Association of North Alabama, and is a member of the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association and the American Animal Hospital Association.
She has two dogs, a mixed breed named Jessie Jane and a Chihuahua named Amigo, as well as a cat named Ellie Mae. In her free time, she enjoys camping, kayaking, reading, movies, and yoga, but most of all, she loves spending time with her family.
Mandi Hale has been in the animal care field since 2003 and is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). She joined the Whitesburg Animal Hospital family in 2007 as the lead customer service representative.
When asked what she likes best about her work, Mandi says, "I enjoy seeing the interaction between pets and their owners. There is always something new to be learned in the veterinary medical field, and I appreciate that we all work together as a team."
At home, Mandi has a Maine Coon cat named Butters. She also enjoys fishing, cooking and baking, hosting events, photography, scrapbooking, and travel.
Kristen Fling joined Whitesburg Animal Hospital in July 2002 as a kennel attendant. She is now the lead veterinary technician. After receiving her Associate of Applied Science Degree in Veterinary Technology, she obtained national and Alabama licensure. She has been active in establishing the Veterinary Technician and Practice Managers Association of North Alabama and is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Kristen has a Jack Russell Terrier named Cooper, an American Staffordshire named Ginger, and a mixed breed named Tank. In her free time, she enjoys reading, movies, yard work, bike riding, and spending time with family.
"Whitesburg Animal Hospital practices with the best standards of care following protocols set by the American Animal Hospital Association," says Kristen. When asked what she finds most compelling about her work, she states, "The ability to provide patients with this level of care enables me to feel my self-worth and confidence as a licensed veterinary technician. I also cherish the relationships I have developed at Whitesburg; the staff members are not just coworkers, but caring friends, as well. We also have many clients that we consider part of the Whitesburg family, and it brings me happiness to be able to support and lend my skills to the care of our clients' pets."
Stacey grew up surrounded by animals and was a skilled horseback rider in her youth. Prior to becoming part of the Whitesburg family in August 2012, she volunteered at a local veterinary hospital and shelter whenever she could.
Stacey and her husband, Steven, have an arrangement of pets including a horse named Brego; two rats named Guinness and Killian; a bearded dragon named Laredo, two guinea pigs named Bear and Oreo and an array of fish. Stacey enjoys drawing, crafts, reading and spending time with family and friends.
“The opportunity to work with animals at Whitesburg Animal Hospital has been such a blessing. Working alongside fellow animal lovers is wonderful and helping out in the community makes me proud of the hospital and every individual that works here. I love taking care of our client’s “babies” and I take pride in providing them with excellent care while their families are away.”
In October 2006, Adrienne Lanza joined the Whitesburg Animal Hospital family as a kennel attendant. Her enthusiasm and interest in the growing doggy daycare program led her to become the lead enrichment attendant.
Adrienne has five spoiled rotten pets: three mixed breed dogs, Dakota, Luna and Buffy, and two lazy cats named Birthday and Tonks. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, collecting vintage records, and spending time with her family.
“I love working at Whitesburg Animal Hospital because of our strong presence in the community through charitable efforts in both the veterinary and human worlds. I also value the relationships I have formed with clients, their pets, and fellow staff members.”
Adrienne is a member of the Pet Professional Guild (PPG).