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Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM to 7:00 PM, Sat 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Pictures and brief descriptions of the staff of Powell Animal Hospital
Lee Anne Williams:
Lee Anne has lived in Powell her entire life and graduated from Powell High School in 2010. She is now studying at the University ofTennesee-Knoxville, and while she is unsure of her major, she dreams ofone day owning a farm with a lot of land and plenty of animals. For now, she shares a modest apartment with her cat, Leo, and cares for the pets at the hospital as if they were her own. Her favorite part of the job?Giving the boarding animals lots of special attention while they're away from home.
Melia graduated from Roane State Community College with an associates degree in Allied Health Sciences. She decided to put her degree to work at Powell Animal Hospital in the summer of 2013.Animals have been her passion since she was a little girl. She currently has three dogs and two cats. She also spends some of her free time volunteering at one of the local shelters. She is planning on using her experience at Powell Animal Hospital and the shelter to help her decide which animal related field to pursue on the next step of her career path.
Kelsey is 26, and attended U of L with a major inBiology. She plans to continue her career as a tech, and hopes to be working inmarine biology one day. She has 1 dog, a doberman named Holmes, and herfavorite part of the job is the medical and technical training she gets.
Alison started working at Powell Animal Hospital in the spring of 2012. She has three dogs, a cat, and two horses. Her pets take up the majority of her time when she is not at work. She has had a love for animals from an early age. She hopes one day to have a career in Veterinary Medicine. Although her primary interest is in horses, she enjoys working in a small animal hospital and meeting all the furry clients.
Our Animal Caretakers
Kirsten is a Powell high scholl graduate and a local girl. She has had a passion for animals her entire life. She has four dogs and a cat that occupy most of her free time. She aspires to one day have a successful career in an animal related field, but is unsure which direction that will take.
Donna has worked in a veterinary office part time since 2003.She came to Powell Animal Hospital in February of 2013 after the merger withBeaverbrook. She says it has been a pleasure to become a member of our staffand she is looking forward to getting to know all of our clients and theirpets.