Dr. Amy Poole Jordan
Amy grew up in a small farming community near the Outer Banks. After graduating from Manteo High School she went to NC State University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor degree in Animal Science in 1998. She went on to Vet School at NC State where she graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.
After graduation she and her family moved to Virginia where she worked as an associate in a ruminant practice for 4 months. Returning to North Carolina she worked as an associate in a large animal practice for nearly four years. Then in April of 2006 she decided the time was right to start her own practice.
She has a 8 year old son named Joshua that is so sweet and smart. Dr. Jordan is married to her high school sweet heart and has added her husband Tommy Jordan and his daughter Hannah to the Bear Creek Family. Dr Jordan has two horses of her own (Dakota and QC), a shelter resuce dog named Piper, an Austrailian shepherd dog named Bonnie, a fantastic ferret named Syd, 1 cat, and a a Honduran milk snake named Paco.
Samantha is Bear Creek's first registered veterinary technician. Currently on maternity leave, but hopefully will return to us a our full-time technician. Samantha's main focus is on assisting Dr. Amy with the technical parts of animal care, but she is works hard filling the role of hospital manager and safety officer. Samantha's knowledge is surpassed only by her care and concern for our patients. Nothing escapes her sharp eye for detail.
Born in Midland, NC, she enjoys spendng her horses Cherry Pie and Dixie and her Coonhound dog Nancy. If you stop the clinic and see Samantha she will most likely have her lab mixed dog Black Jack faithfully by her side.
Kelli is our new office manager and receiptionist. Kelli has taken over the reins of the office and is doing a fantastic job. Kelli is THE main person to handle your phone calls, schedule appointments, answer your questions and place orders.
Kelli was born in Lexington, SC but grew up in Alabama and has lived many places including Texas before settling here in Norwood where she married her husband Clint. Kelli met Clint while on a trip to Ocracoke. Kelli is the mother two beautiful girls Ashley and Addison. Kelli and her family spend as much time as possible sunning it by the lake.
Though Kelli and her family do not currently own any horses they do have 3 dogs, 1 cats and several chickens. Kelli is often accompanied to the clinic by one of her canines, a very pretentious pooch of the dachshund variety that you may see at the clinic every now that answers to the name of "Tank". You will know him by his collar with his name spelled in rhinestones.
Hattie is local girl right here from Millingport. Hattie is our newest veterinary assistant, helping us part-time on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Hattie is currently pursuing her certificate to be a licensed veterinary technician. Hattie is a great worker and we hope you will enjoy her honest, down-home sincerity as much as we do.
Hattie enjoys spending time with her horses as well, but her passion is showing and raising sheep. You will often find her helping out with the North Stanly High School herd and working with her own lambs and ewes. Hattie has a new baby as well, a blue heeler puppy named "Judge".
Linda functions as our in house bookeeper and all around handy ma'am. Bear Creek Mobile Veterinary Services could not function without her supreme organization and task oriented mind set. Linda also has a full-time job with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire Dept. You go girl!
Linda grew up in Tennessee and has lived in North Carolina since 1980. She has seven years' experience as a veterinary technician and was also involved with breeding, training, grooming and showing several different breeds of dogs. Linda also logged many miles as an over-the-road truck driver before she and her husband Lee settled in the Charlotte area. She has seven years' experience as a Paramedic and was the office manager for a John Deere dealership in the Matthews area for the past ten years.
Linda and Lee currently reside in the Unionville area with her 4 dogs, 24 alpacas, two llamas and a large growing number of goats. Linda one day in the near future hopes to produce high quality goats milk cheeses.