The relationships Kim Greenway has developed over the years with the staff, clients, and patients of Whitesburg Animal Hospital is something she greatly treasures. Kim expressed that, "The WAH team and our clients/patients are like my second family. I love that we are all committed to the same goal; providing excellent patient care and exceptional customer service."
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.
Kim has two dogs, a dachshund/chihuahua mix named Jessie Jane and a pit/boxer mix named Dot Holiday. She also has two grand-pups, Birdie Woodstock and Jon Snow. In her free time, she enjoys camping, kayaking, reading, movies and quilting, 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. I have enjoyed the bonds I have built with the client's and their pets over the years and look forward to building new relationships over the next years as WAH continues to grows.”
At home, Mandi has a Maine Coon cat named Butters. When Mandi is not working she loves to travel with her husband. She also enjoys cooking and hosting crawfish boils for her friends and family. Above all else, Mandi treasures her family and most of her free time is dedicated to them.
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 four pets that are spoiled rotten: two mixed breed dogs, Luna and Indy, 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. It is truly an honor to get to care for and love each pet that comes through my door like my own.”
Adrienne is a member of the Pet Professional Guild (PPG).
Jake Reno is the lead kennel attendant at Whitesburg Animal Hospital where he leads the team tasked with observing and caring for the pets in our boarding facility. Jake has been a part of the Whitesburg Animal Hospital team since December of 2018.
When asked what he enjoys most about his career he answered, “I enjoy building relationships with pets and their owners, and having the opportunity to care for our boarders as if they were my own.” Jake has three fur babies. Two cats, Ned and Albus, and a dog named Church.
When Jake is not helping pets and the staff at Whitesburg Animal Hospital he can often be found traveling, camping, working with technology, and watching movies with family.