Welcome to Phoenix Animal Hospital
Phoenix Animal Hospital, is a full-service small animal veterinary hospital located in Gibsonville, North Carolina. We are licensed by the NC State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners. Since May 2009 we have been utillizing our 3000 sq. ft. hospital to serve our customers in Gibsonville, Elon, and NW Burlington. Please feel free to call or drop by to familiarize yourself with our facility and staff. If things are not "too crazy" at the moment, we will be happy to give you a tour.
Hours of Operation
Office hours are Monday - Friday 7:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Thursdays we are open until 8:00 PM.
The office is closed Saturday and Sunday except for prearranged (when available) boarding drop offs or pickups at 5:30 PM sharp on Sundays. No drop offs or pickups on holidays.
We are located at 961-C Burlington Avenue, Gibsonville, NC 27249 Get Directions
Our Experienced Staff
Dr. Cortland P. Cheney, DVM
Dr. Cortland "Cory" Cheney began his career in southern Alamance County after graduating from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Before veterinary school, he received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Kenyon College, while serving as a volunteer fireman and emergency medical technician. In October 2015, he had the opportunity to continue in Dr. Nancy Hesters footsteps, assuming ownership of Phoenix Animal Hospital. Dr. Cheney would like to thank the community, clients, and staff for their continued support and he hopes to meet everyone soon. Read More
Kim McClure, Terrie Terrell and Chelsey Cox are essential to the technical operations of the hospital. Duties include pre-exam patient workups and histories, dental cleanings, in-house lab work, radiology set ups, filling pharmacy prescriptions, monitoring all patients in the hospital, surgical prep and assistance, treatment follow up phone calls, and being at the doctors side for most procedures. Read More
Customer Service Representatives
Susan Fowler, Sheree Crutchfield, and Ashley Breedlove do a critical job as Customer Service Representatives up front being the first and last contact clients have at the hospital. Duties include setting appointments, transferring of records for new clients, verifying client and pet information upon arrival, creating or maintaining records as needed, database management, ordering supplies, financial transactions, conducting over the counter transactions and answering an untold number of phone and product questions daily. Read More
Our Animal Caretakers manage the day to day care of pets that are staying with us, whether for boarding or treatment recovery. They are often called upon by the technicians for hands on assistance and they perform the core maintenance work at the hospital. Because of their variety of duties they are affectionately known as the "floaters".