Meet the friendly staff at Parkwood Animal Hospital!

Matt came to Parkwood Animal Hospital while enrolled as a student at N.C. State.  He graduated in 2007 with a degree in Biology and currently lives outside Chapel Hill. He is a competent and confident veterinary assistant, kind to our patients and handling any situation with aplomb.  He is capable of all kinds of tasks and always makes people feel welcome.


Jennifer is our Registered Veterinary Technician.  She is intuitive and takes her job seriously, while managing to bring out smiles in the other staff and clients.  She always has a kind word or treat for the pets that come through our doors every day.

     "I graduated from Miller-Motte College with an Associate's Degree in Veterinary Technology.  I have seventeen years of experience working with dogs and cats in small animal veterinary practices.  I actually started working for Parkwood Animal Hospital as an after-school kennel assistant back in 2003, and I have returned to my roots as a technician.  I have a spoiled Boxer-Pitbull named Cinnamon who is a bit of a goober."


Alison arrived at Parkwood Animal Hospital in August of 2005.  She is originally from West Virginia and moved to Greensboro where she began her career as a veterinary assistant and has remained in the field for over 20 years.  Alison has a keen grasp of animal behavior and often gives helpful advice to clients.  She helps keep the doctors running in a timely fashion and cares for our patients with great attention to each one. 


Eden has been apart of our team since March of 2022. She is orginally from Mooresville, NC and about to attend Central Carolina Community College to become a certified Veterinary Technician! She is a very proud cat mom of her babies Willow, Kane, and Bruno. Although she loves working with domestic animals, she also loves working with poultry and has raised broilers and collected exotic egg layers. SPRIRIT ANIMAL: Cat :)


Courtney is a member of the NC State Veterinary Medicine class of 2026. "Studying to become a veterinarian is incredibly challenging but also very rewarding, and I am thrilled to continue down the path of lifelong learning." Being the daughter of Dr. Rowe, Courtney has been with the team since the summer of 2018. On the weekends, she volunteers as the anesthesia technician for Operation Catnip, a once-montly TNVR (trap-neuter-vaccinate-return) clinic or feral cats. "My love for feral cats and kittens runs deep! It has been an honor to get to know the many clients at Parkwood and do my part to help their beloved pets." 

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