Bryson City Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality, cost effective medical care for your beloved pets. We strive to maintain high standards in compassionate care and client communication. We work hard for you because we understand that pets are family too!
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Meet our DVM
Dr. Amanda Gambill
Amanda Buchanan-Gambill, DVM
Dr. Gambill grew up in western North Carolina and graduated from Andrews High School in 2002, first in her class and active in both academics and athletics. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at Western Carolina University in 2006. During her time at WCU she worked for the Educational Talent Search program, performed microbiology research on the elk of Great Smoky Mountain National Park, and graduated from the Honors College, where she met her husband, Andy.
Dr. Gambill completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University in Raleigh NC in 2011. During her time in this excellent program, Dr. Gambill worked as a technician in the Clinical Pathology Laboratory and focused her studies on mixed animal medicine.
In 2011, Dr. Gambill and her husband moved back to Andrews and set up home life, buying their first home in 2012. She worked for four years in her hometown and then began providing relief services in 2015. She joined the BCVH team in Spring 2016. Meanwhile, her husband Andy has taught for the communication department of WCU, their alma mater since 2011. Andy began attending seminary school in 2018.
Dr. Amanda and Andy Gambill welcomed their daughter, Sophia in May 2013. The three of them currently live in the mountains of Cherokee County with their two lazy pugs (Doogal and Stella), a rescue cat who was a bottle baby (Elsa Cat) and a Persian prince/kitten (Henry), and two mellow sulcata tortoises (also rescues; Anna & Scooter and many fish (Dr G enjoys breeding guppies). They are active in ministry and are members of Marble Springs Baptist Church where they team teach a Sunday School class. The Gambills are proud to call western North Carolina "home".