Roanoke Island Animal Clinic

107 Russell Twiford Road
Manteo, NC 27954

(252)473-3117

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Happy staff! Support staff Taylor, Lillie, and Gaelen from left to right take a moment for a group hug and smile.

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Katie - Veterinary Technician.

is not new to our practice.  Katie worked at the clinic several years ago as a kennel support staff. Now, after obtaining  her Bacheler's Degree in nursing we welcome her back in her new role as veterinary technician.

Below Katie comforts "Jake" as he gets ready for eye surgery.

Brandy (left) and Bianna totally rock. These veterinary technicians can handle just about anything! While Brandy is home grown, Brianna is an LVT that came to the Outer Banks for sand, surf and sun. 

We are so fortunate to have such great technicians! We love you both!!! 

Liscensed tech Brianna Marcklinger assists Dr Burkart in prepering a patient for surgery. 

 

 

 

 

Nobody has a smile like Taylor! Here "Winnie" is giving kisses during the photo shoot.   Taylor is a homegrown veterinary assistant. She's a pleasure to work with and is loved by our patients and owners alike! 


What a team! Amanda and Jami are an intigrel part of our support staff. Both of these ladies can help with just about anything asked of them. They are both a pleasure to work with and our patients and their owners love them! THANK YOU BOTH FOR ALL THAT YOU DO!!! 
Meet Tamara Schlegel.  Tamara is another one of our great veterinary assistants. Her past EMT experience really comes in handy understanding lots of the medical and surgical aspects of veterinary medicine.  Thanks for everything you do Tamara!

Angie is one of our team receptionists. Angie joined us knowing little about veterinary medicine. But boy did she learn fast! She's a rock up front and "maybe" a perfectionist too! (-:

Sarah Alexander

I cannot say enough good things about Sarah. She is the heart and soul of the receptionist team. She's smart as a whip, compassionate, and loves our patients and their owners. And she remembers EVERYTHING!

THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO SARAH! 

Elliot

or "Big E" as we like to call him carefully places an iv catheter in a patient getting ready for a dental procedure.  Elliot just graduated ECU in biology and is now attending The College of Veterinary Medicine at Ross University in St Kitts. He is due to graduate in 2017. God help us all. 

Immanuel can best be described as gentle and friendly. What a great guy to have in our practice! And he's as smart as he is nice. And we don't mind his muscle either! (-: