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Kristy Roland, RVT

Kristy Roland is a small animal veterinary technician and has been with the clinic since 1992. She has a bachelors degree in biology from VSU. During her employment here, Kristy has exercised her many other interests as an environmentalist at the Health Department for 7 years, and as a high school science teacher during the `06-`07 school year. She and her husband, Dana, have two daughters, Kayla and Kendall, and a three furry babies: two Cavalier King Charles, “Maxwell” and “Alex,” and a Boxer, “Jessie.”


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Gayle Spelman, RVT

Gayle Spelman is a registered veterinary technician that has been working in the veterinary field for the last 25 years in both small and large animal. She has been the equine technician at Thomasville Animal Hospital since October 2000. Gayle is married to Mike and has a daughter, Stacie. Her two Border terriers, Murron and Brodie, are office fixtures and usually can be found right next to their mom, or anxiously awaiting her return on the other side of a door she just went through.


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Sara Parramore, RVT

Sara joined our team in November 2006. In 2010, she graduated from ABAC where she earned an Associates in Applied Science. Sara graduated in 2014 from the Veterinary Technology program and SWGTC and now serves as one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians. When not working, Sara enjoys photography of animals and has a desire to train dogs.


Kelly Beaty, RVT


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Sharon Poitevint, RVT

We are proud to employ the 2003 State of Georgia Technician of the Year, Sharon Poitevint. She graduated from ABAC in 1985 with an associates degree in Animal Health Technology and has worked with Thomasville Animal Hospital ever since. Sharon can do with two hands what most people need four to accomplish- she is constantly amazing us. Sharon has three sons: Nick, Sam, and her four-legged son, Juney, who keeps her company in the office. She also has Yuley, daughter of Juney, and a chihuahua Annie. Sharon is now a full-time instructor at SWGTC for their veterinary technology program started in 2011.


Lindsey Kirkland, RVT

I was born and raised in Thomasville, GA, where I met my husband, Joe, and plan to raise our son, Ethan. As a child, I always had a love of animals and continue to have a passion of caring for them. As one of the first graduates from the Veterinary Technology program at SWGTC, I obtained my Associates in Applied Science in 2013. Since then I’ve enjoyed working in the small animal field and joined TAH as an RVT in 2018. I have three sweet fur babies of my own: a Golden Retriever, “Genson,” an English Cocker, “Ellie Mae,” and a cat, “Weezy.”