Case Veterinary Hospital, who is preparing to kick off its countdown to 100 years in service, welcomes Dr. Miranda Knight to Savannah and to the Case Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Knight is a native of Young Harris, Georgia and attended college at the University of Georgia. She went on to complete her doctorate in veterinary medicine at Texas A&M University. According to Dr. Knight, it was the perfect way to pursue a career that encompassed her interest in science and her deep love of animals. After interning at the University of Georgia, Dr. Knight went on to join a private practice in the Athens area. Later, she returned to the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine to practice and teach at the Community Practice Clinic. Dr. Carla Case-McCorvey said this experience was a real motivator in bringing Dr. Knight into the practice. "We knew that if she could teach surgery to students, her skills must be exceptional. It also suggested that she possessed effective communication skills. This is so important when talking with clients about the needs of their pets. That’s just not something they teach you how to do in veterinary school."
Dr. Knight knew that Case Veterinary Hospital was a good fit her. "I wanted to practice medicine in a clinic maintaining a high quality of patient care and who believes in the value of ongoing education," said Dr. Knight. "Case Veterinary Hospital has brilliant veterinarians that hold fast to those things."
Dr. Knight is a member of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She and her family reside in Savannah.
To learn more about Case Veterinary Hospital, log into www.casevet.com or call 912-352-3081.