Nash County Animal Hospital

For over 20 years, Nash County Animal Hospital has been providing caring and professional veterinary care to pets in Nashville, Rocky Mount and surrounding cities in Nash County. We have true dedication and concern for our patients… big and small, short and tall, all colors, sizes and personalities. Providing them with the best health care is our mission, and doing so with compassion and the highest level of expertise is our goal each and every day.

Through the joys of puppy and kitten-hood, to the many stages of life thereafter, they understand the deep emotional bonds owners and pets share, and they work to ensure that pets maintain the healthiest and happiest lives possible.

It has been our privilege to have played an important part in the lives of thousands of pets throughout our years in business.

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  • 621 East Washington Street
  • Nashville, NC 27856
  • Phone: 252-459-4001
  • Fax: 252-459-3457
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  • Mon-Fri: 7:30am-5:30pm
  • Sat: 7:30am- 2pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • For after hours emergency, please call 252-265-9920
  • Dr. 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 Geriatic Care, Dentistry and Dermatology.
    Years in Practice:
    Apr 07, 1985
    University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Uneda Worsley, Practice Manager

    Uneda is the Practice Manager of Nash County Animal Hospital and has worked in the veterinary field since 2008.  She received a Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina State University in 2002.  She lives in Rocky Mount with her loving and playful beagle "Niya" and 2 cats, "Lexus" the unpredictable male orange tabby and "Pebbles" the shy calico.
    North Carolina State University
  • April, Veterinary Assistant

  • Edie, Veterinary Assistant

    Edie joined the Nash County Animal Hospital team in the summer of 2012. She has spent the last decade working in emergency medicine as a certified EMT. Her deep interest in human medicine combined with her lifelong passion for animals has brought her to NCAH as a veterinarian technician. She has a special interest in caring for ICU patients and client education. Edie grew up in a household of devout animal lovers. Growing up with a menagerie of pets and wildlife rehabilitation "critters", it became obvious that veterinarian medicine is where she belongs. Edie currently resides in Zebulon with her husband, Jon, and her brilliant son, Brenden. She also shares her home with five royal felines whom which she loves dearly. Their names our, Sucy, Lucia, Loki, Arnie and Waffles a.k.a "Awful Waffle
    Years in Practice:
    May 15, 2014
  • Brenda , Receptionist

    Brenda is a long term smiling face at NCAH. She has worked with Nash County Animal Hospital since 1998.  She lives in Wilson County. She has two children and three adorable grandchildren.  She has a Golden Retriever named "Bogey" and a three year old Yorkshire Terrier named "Rudy".
  • Rhonda, Receptionist

    Rhonda is one of our smiling faces who will greet you when you come in to NCAH. She has been a receptionist here since 2006.  She moved here from Northern VA in 1999.  She has two grown children, one in college and one in the US Navy.  She lives with her dog "Eli" who is 3 years old.
  • Nan Bennet, Receptionist

  • Melanie, Kennel Attendant

    Melanie moved to Spring Hope in 1975 from the Blue Ridge Mountains in NC.  She is a graduate of Southern Nash and received an education from Nash Community College.  Melanie has a daughter Heather, who is a registered nurse, a son Justin, who is a service manager.  She has four grand children, one of whom, Brittany, recently earned a scholarship to continue her study in veterinary medicine.  Melanie lives in Nashville and stays busy caring for her six cats, several ducks and pit-bull.  Her favorite pastimes include bluegrass music, reading and visits to the coast where her parents are enjoying their retirement.  Special interest is animal behavior and working as a Kennel Attendant at NCAH.  Melanie's goal is to make the animals under her care as happy and comfortable as possible!