Meet Our Team!
They're responsible for the outstanding services our clients have come to love and expect!
Dr. Sue Ann Hurlbert DVM
Dr. Hurlbert is a 1990 graduate of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and established HealthPointe Veterinary Clinic in 1998. She is comfortable treating a wide variety of animal species, ranging from dogs, cats, birds and pocket pets to elephants, lions, water buffalo, and local wildlife. Her husband Doug is an Architect specializing in Veterinary Clinic Design, and they have two daughters: Erin, an equestrian studying Nursing, and Adelaide, a gymnast studying Media and Communications.
Dr. Dee Wiltsie DVM
Dr. Wiltsie is a native of Alabama and a 2004 graduate of Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked at HealthPointe for ten years now, treating a variety of species including: dogs, cats, birds, amphibians, small mammals and her personal passion, reptiles. She is also a registered nurse and worked for a while in ER medicine with the strangest of all animals: the hairless ape. Dr. Wiltsie loves technology and is an "early adopter" of any new gadget. She enjoys all sports but especially college football and her Auburn Tigers. War Eagle, Hey!
Dr. Ruth Bale DVM
Dr. Bale is a 1998 graduate of Oklahoma State University - College of Veterinary Medicine and has practiced small animal medicine in North and South Carolina since 1989. She is the "proud mom" to two silly dogs and two rotten cats. In her off time she enjoys antiquing, yard work and almost every genre of movies, but warns "Friends don't let friends watch 'Ring of Bright Water' ever!"
Alicia Roy, Practice Manager
Alicia brings many years of experience in Human Resources and Administration to our team. She has a Secretarial Sciences Certificate from Queens College in Charlotte. She is also a certified personal trainer! She has 2 children of the human variety and 1 of the canine variety as well as many fish. Her favorite thing about the job is getting to work with clients and their pets. She is also an avid water skier!
Jenny Self, Client Care Coordinator
Jenny has been a member of the HealthPointe team for 15 years. As client Care Coordinator, Jenny gets to do what she loves most about her job: getting to know clients and mentoring staff members. She and her husband, Darold, have two daughters, one son, and four grandchildren. When not working, Jenny enjoys reading, cooking, crafting, and being a grandmother.
Tammi, Kennel Manager/Pet Care Supervisor
Tammi has been working at HealthPointe Veterinary Clinic for over ten years. She enjoys outdoor activities and taking care of her "babies" in the kennel.
Lauren Bethea, Certified Veterinary Assistant/Pet Care Coordinator
Lauren has over eight years' experience in the veterinary field, and has been a valued part of our team for three years! Her background includes working for a local animal shelter and also as a massage therapist. She and her husband are huge sports fans, with their favorite teams being the Florida State Seminoles and the SanFransico 49ers. They enjoy bike riding and taking their dogs to the park.
Holli Nun, Veterinary Assistant
Holli graduated from Boiling Springs High and Greenville Tech. Her favorite parts of her job are helping animals and learning new things. When she is not spending time with her husband or daughter, Holli enjoys cross stitching, watching football (especially the Green Bay Packers), and playing piano.
Miley Jennings, Veterinary Assistant/ Receptionist
Miley is a graduate of Greenville Technical College with a certificate in veterinary assisting. She is excited about her career in veterinary medicine. Her favorite part about the job is being able to help animals. She loves being outside and spending time with her family. She has been a dancer for 18 years!
Sarai Loya, Veterinary Assistant
Sarai is a recent graduate of Greenville Technical College with a certificate in veterinary assisting. Sarai loves helping all animals and spending time with her family. She enjoys scrap-booking and crafting of all varieties.
Kendra Martindale, Veterinary Assistant
Kendra joins HealthPointe with six years of veterinary experience. Kendra loves spending time with her family and enjoys kayaking, running and all outdoor activities. Her favorite part of working with animals is the reward of seeing them become family members.
Kristen Mercier Animal/Technician Assistant
Kristen is our newest Animal/Technician Assistant joining us with an Associates in Science from Tri-County Technical College. She enjoys many outdoor activities including fishing, cycling and hiking. Kristin also has over two years experience working with goats.
Shawnese Bennett, Animal/Technician Assistant
Shawnese is currently a student of Penn Foster Veterinary Technician Program and enjoys learning about all varieties of animals. She enjoys reading and spending her free time gardening and appreciating nature.
Janice, Kennel Assistant
Janice has over 14 years experience in the veterinary field. Her favorite part of the job is bonding with and getting to know the animals. She has a BA from Limestone College. She has 2 sons currently in high school. Outside of work, Janice enjoys gardening, reading and writing. Janice also has 3 pets of the feline species.
Dawson Rice, Receptionist
We are excited to have Dawson on the HealthPointe team! She is a recent graduate of Winthrop University with a Bachelor of Arts in both Sociology and Environmental Studies. Dawson enjoys being outdoors, hiking and swimming and has traveled to nine countries! She is very excited to join us and looks forward to getting to know all our clients.
Fraidy, Quality Control Specialist
Frady is the lesser known clinic cat due to his ellusiveness. He enjoys hiding under shelving units and would like to remain an enigma.
Wilbur, Waiting Room Ambasador
Wilbur greets every client at HealthPointe. He loves to whistle, talk, and climb about in his cage.
Binks, Security Operations Manager
Binks supervises the coming and going of every staff member and client to walk through the doors. He specializes in stealth and surprise aerial attacks. His bell detracts slightly from his stealthy surveillance of the clinic, but our guests and staff (and Wilbur) all appreciate the "heads up".