Dr. Hank Lee
Growing up on a working beef cattle farm in south Alabama, Dr. Hank's large animal experience started at birth.
Hank graduated from Auburn University's College of Agriculture in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal and Dairy Sciences. This was followed by his DVM from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine (Cum Laude) in 2000. His experiences growing up and education, along with the invaluable mentorship of Dr. Woody Ash have defined his current scope of practice.
Though equine lameness and surgery take up the majority of his time, he maintains an active interest in food animal medicine.
Dr. Lacey Lee
A native of the West Bank of New Orleans, Dr. Lacey moved to Alabama in 1993 to attend Auburn University. There she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the College of Science and Math. She continued on to the College of Veterinary Medicine where she graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2000, serving as a Student-Resident in the Small Animal Hospital and receiving the highest academic accolades offered by the College.
Lacey's primary focus is on the diagnosis and treatment of complex small animal medicine and surgery cases.
When she is not working, Lacey spends her time taking care of her family (Hank, Emily, and Gus) and pets. She enjoys water sports and competing in triathlons.
Dr. Beth Taylor
Dr. Beth grew up in Silverhill, Alabama.
She attended Auburn University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences from the College of Agriculture in 2007 (Cum Laude). She graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 (Cum Laude).
Beth has been employed at LVCPC since graduation and serves as a true mixed-animal practitioner. Dr. Beth is prepared to see anything that walks in the door, no matter how strange (she even claims to like rodents and reptiles). Her primary medical interests are equine and companion animal medicine.
Outside of work, she enjoys riding her horses, old-school nintendo and spending time with family and friends.