David has been with VCA for 4 years. He is the supervisor of the veterinary technicians and assistants. He assists the doctors in surgery and in exam rooms. He enjoys working with animals and providing services to improve their health. At the moment, David has no animal companions. In his spare time, he enjoys web design, golf and riding motorcycles.
“I became involved in veterinary medicine for the enjoyment of working with animals. I also like being able to help and educate clients on their pets.”
JoAnn has worked in the veterinary field since 2003 and continued to follow her passion by joining our family at VCA five years ago. Prior to becoming an integral part of the Triangle Tower team, JoAnn gained experience by working at a private veterinary practice in Florida for 5 years. Her roles include assisting doctors and cleaning when there is free time. She loves animals and loves to help them feel better. She has one three legged cat named Ellie who is 7 years old. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her children, swimming, going to the park and going on walks with her family.
"I work here because it's a great cobination between my love for animalsand knowing I can help them and care for them medically."
Veterinary AssistantAdam Hicks
Adam has been with our office since 2012. Prior to working at our office, Adam worked at Banfield for 2 years and attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. He is responsible for assisting the doctors to provide the best care for each pet while gaining experience for when he becomes licensed and is a practicing veterinarian. He has loved animals since childhood and always wanted to work with them and help them live the best lives possible. He currently has 2 pets, a German Shepherd Dog and a domestic short hair. In his free time, Adam enjoys volunteering with Second Chance Pet Adoptions and serving as a Deacon at Mount Herman Baptist Church.
"I haved loved animals since childhood and have always wanted to work with them, to help them live the best lives possible."