Pamela R. Childress, DVM
Dr. Childress, a native of East Tennessee, received her B.S in Biology at East Tennessee State University and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 1985. She has practiced in Kentucky, West Virginia, Tennessee and Virginia before moving to North Carolina last year.
She is married to Dr. Richard Childress, senior pastor at New Hope Baptist Church in Raleigh, NC. They have four grown children, three cats and two dogs. Dr. Childress’ special interests include Geriatric Care, Dentistry and Dermatology
Victoria Rademacher, DVM
Dr. Victoria Rademacher is originally from Cranston, Rhode Island. She received her B.S. in Microbiology and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree at Michigan State University in 2016. She completed a year-long small animal rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Hospitals of the Carolinas in Cary, Durham, and North Raleigh, NC. She has special interests in behavioral medicine, theriogenology, and ophthalmology.
She is married and they have two wonderful Shetland Sheepdogs (shelties), Kipp and Cosmic. In her free time she enjoys training her dogs for agility, obedience, and conformation competition.
Uneda, Practice Manager
Uneda is the practice manager of Nash County Animal Hospital and has worked in small animal veterinary medicine since 2008. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina State University in 2002. She lives in Rocky Mount with two fur babies, unpredictable Lexus and mischievous Squirt. Uneda enjoys cooking, fishing, reading and spending time with family.
April, Veterinary Assistant
April is a Veterinary Technician and has been with Nash County Animal Hospital for over 4 years. She has cats, dogs, and exotic animals such as guinea pigs, rabbits, and a hamster. Cats are her favorite. She enjoys rescuing and helping animals. She also likes hiking, swimming, and going to the beach. She has a BA degree in Biology from Barton College and participates in continuing education yearly. She strives to learn new things daily.
Maria is originally a native of Raleigh, NC but currently lives in Spring Hope, NC and has lived in Nash County for 10 years. She is married with one daughter. She graduated in 2014 from Pitt Community College with a degree in Human Services, concentrating in Substance Abuse. She currently lives on 13 acres with 4 dogs, 6 cats, a blind pony, and 2 lion head rabbits. She loves to read, crochet, drink coffee, the beach, and spend time with her family and animals.
Mary joined NCAH in July of 2014 after receiving an Associate’s Degree in Medical Assisting at Nash Community College. Before attending school she worked as a receptionist for a local manufacturing plant and also held positions in purchasing and customer service. She is married and lives in Nash County with her husband and three beautiful girls. She also has four fur babies – a grand kitty named Phoenix they adopted in 2006, her lovable labs, Katie and Gunner and Gracie, the cutest little Shih Tzu mix you have ever seen.
Carolyn has been with NCAH for over 14 years. She lives in Lucama in Wilson County. She has two children and four grandchildren. She has four pets all of them are rescues. She has a cocker spaniel named Buffy and three cats, Snowball, Noel, and RC.
Brenda lives in Wilson County and has worked as a receptionist since 1998. She has two pets, Raegan, a very active golden retriever, and Rudy, a sweet little yorkie. She has four wonderful grandchildren that she loves to spend time with when not working at Nash County Animal Hospital – a job she loves!
A passionate animal lover, Nan has worked for NCAH since 2003. She resides in a home owned by three rescue dogs and one rescue kitty. She is originally from rural eastern North Carolina with a background in printing.
Nan enjoys meeting customers and pets, spending time with family and friends, getting her hands dirty in the yard, home projects, and fishing at the coast.