Every patient and client is different and we will strive to treat our last appointment as if its our first; we will strive to accommodate, within reason, each unique circumstance and we will always offer treatment options and solutions.
Gulf Coast Veterinary Center
was born out of a desire to offer top notch services to animals that were “rescued” by various organizations at a reasonable cost. There was no such clinic in existence in the Spring Hill area at the time of our conception. The name “Gulf Coast” was decided on by the staff as we wanted to encompass not only Spring Hill and the surrounding areas, but the entire gulf coast from as far north as Gainesville and as far south as Sarasota. We currently service rescue animals and organizations from Spring Hill, Brooksville, Ocala, Tampa, and St Petersburg. Our staff has been working together for years already and are all very compassionate animal caregivers who have embraced the various changes with enthusiasm and are looking forward to helping you with your pets in the near future.
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Dr. Ron Hamilton, DVM, BSc, ASSc
Ronald is a Jamaican native and despite his laid back attitude, his passion has always been medicine. He obtained an Associate’s degree in Veterinary Public Health and Animal Health in Guyana, a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Health in Texas, and his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the famous Tuskegee University in Alabama. His passions are internal and rescue medicine. In his spare time, he reads fiction and non-fiction and listens to music (of which his favorite is reggae).
Dr. Megan Mota, DVM
Dr Mota moved to Florida 11 years ago after completing her doctorate in veterinary medicine at the University of Georgia. Originally from Georgia, she attended UGA for both her undergrad and doctorate degrees. She is a diehard Bulldawg fan and lives for the Red and Black. Out of work, her passions are running, her family and serving in her church. She lives at home with her husband, stepdaughter and 2 wild little boys. Not to mention, too many pets to count! She can't wait to meet you and your companions!
Dr. Julie Noyes, DVM
Julie is a born and bred “black and gold” fan from Pittsburgh, PA. Her love for animals and desire to be a vet from a young age led her on her path to becoming a veterinarian. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh before graduating with her DVM at Ross University in 2013. She also completed her clinical year at Auburn University. After practicing in Pittsburgh for a couple of years she and her husband fled the freezing cold to his hometown of Spring Hill, FL. She lives at home with her husband, two children and their three dogs: Penny, Wally and Little Bear. She truly cares for each patient as her own pet and hopes that this love for your pets shines through each and every day. She’s pictured here with her 11 year old Pomeranian “Little Bear” and credits regular preventive care and yearly prophylactic dental cleanings for his persistent youth.
Cesar has an A.S. In Veterinary Technology, B.S. In Business Management and will soon pursue his CVPM ( Certified Veterinary Practice Manager ) certificate. He Strongly believes that one of the primary roles as a Practice Manager is to focus on the needs of our clients, patients, staff members and overall performance of the practice. Cesar loves to live a healthy and active life style. On his time off , he likes to exercise, travel, fine dining and, of course, spend lots of time with his wife and two boys.
Client Care Coordinator
Hi there! I’m Leslie, the client care coordinator in the loving family of Gulf Coast Veterinary Center. My love for animals began at a young age. I moved to Florida from Ohio in 2006 and have been caring for pets every day since. Through the years, I have developed the knowledge to speak for the pets because they cannot speak for themselves. My goal is to see that every companion receives the best care they deserve. I am so fortunate to do what I’ve always wanted to do. Animals are my love and passion. They are our family.
I have worked in the veterinary field for over 15 years. I currently have 3 cats Spyder (15), Muddi (14) and Albi (1y). I moved back to Florida from Ohio in 2015 to start at Gulf Coast Vet Center and have worked here ever since!
My full name is Breanne, but everyone here calls me Bre. I was born and raised in the country town of Hinckley OH; but recently moved to Spring Hill FL in March 2016 with my fiancé, Billy. I obtained my Associates in Applied Sciences for Veterinary Technology from Tri-C in Parma OH in 2014. I own 2 cats, Oreo and Gypsy; a Sheltie; Turbo and a rabbit, Meiko. Along with being a Veterinary Technician; I am also a CNA. When I am not caring for both humans & animals alike; I enjoy entering car shows & drag races in my GTO, fishing, camping, boating and just about anything that involves outdoor activities!
Hello! I was originally born in New Jersey but raised in Florida. I am so glad to be a part of the Gulf Coast Vet Center. I am recently married to my loving husband Paul and we have 3 rescue dogs Bentley, Titan and Jemma; as well as a rescue cat named Riley. In my free time I love being out on the boat, at the beach or spending time with my fur babies.
I am originally from Arkansas but I moved to Florida in 1995. I've been married to my husband, Tony, for 22 yrs and we have 3 beautiful children. I play, coach and referee soccer in my spare time. I have always loved animals. I grew up with all kinds from cats and dogs to horses, cows, and chickens. I started volunteering at Gulf Coast in May 2015 during my veterinary clinical and was hired in September. I love my job and can't imagine being anywhere else.
My name is Jessica, my Gulf Coast family also calls me “JP”. I am a Florida native who has resided in Hernando County, FL my entire life. I have been a part of the veterinary field for 15 years, and could not imagine myself doing anything else. I am currently attending St. Petersburg College to obtain my A.S. degree in Veterinary Technology. When I’m not working with my Gulf Coast family, caring for our patients and clients or continuing my education, I am spending time with my daughter, Morgan, fiancé, Joe, and our families and friends. We love spending time on the water on our boat, playing outside, walking the malls, trying different foods, watching movies, sitting around a bonfire. We are always up for an adventure! We share our home with 5 cats and 3 dogs, all amazing and special in their own way.
Hello, my name is Jamie. Originally from Boston, my husband and I moved to Florida in 2003. I’ve been a veterinary technician 3yrs and I’m so happy pursuing my passion to take care of our furry friends. I’ve been blessed to provide for many cats & dogs. I’ve also raised turtles, iguanas, frogs, a python and a 35 pound Sulcata tortoise. We currently have two dogs and a cat. Sadie is our 10 year old Pointer Hound, Layla a 4 year old Jack Russell/Rat Terrier, and Lucy is our 18 year old Calico. In my spare time you will find me enjoying time with my husband, our pets, in our garden or spending time at the beach.
13103 Spring Hill Dr, Spring Hill, FL34609 352-688-9911