The staff at Broadway Veterinary Hospital in Durham is here to provide exceptional service and care so your pet is not fearful of going to the animal hospital to see the vet.
Dr. Amber Meade
Dr. Meade earned her veterinary degree from North Carolina State University in 2009, and she became certified in acupuncture by attending the Medical Acupuncture for Veterinarians course in Colorado. Prior to opening Broadway Veterinary Hospital in downtown Durham, Dr. Meade has worked as a vet in a corporate small animal hospital, a private practice small animal hospital, and an animal emergency hospital. Prior to her pursuit of veterinary medicine, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Tampa with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. Upon graduation, she worked as a veterinary assistant in a 24-hour emergency and referral animal hospital in Florida for over 2 years. She then relocated to the Washington, DC area and worked in a human infectious disease lab utilizing PCR to detect disease. This led her to pursue a graduate degree in Immunology at Duke University in Durham. However, her passion to work with animals remained, and after earning her Master’s in Science degree at Duke, she pursued her doctorate of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Meade is proud to be a small business owner within the Durham community! Since moving to Durham in 2001, she has been impressed with the revitalization that has occurred in downtown Durham. She feels that it is important to support small, locally-owned businesses in order to help maintain and strengthen the local economy. She officially considers herself a Durhamite, and she hopes to live, work, and retire in Durham.
Dr. Meade currently owns two middle-aged cats and one middle-aged dog. Her dog, Bear, has three legs due to an injury that would not heal with multiple surgical procedures. Bear lives a normal life with many people not realizing that he is missing a leg when they first meet him! One of her cats was reunited with her after being missing for 7 years. The presence of a microchip allowed her to be contacted once the cat was found. Her love of veterinary medicine and the desire to open an animal hospital were in part due to her many wonderful pets that she has had the pleasure of knowing in her life.
Dr. Adeline Noger
Dr. Adeline Noger is proud to join the Broadway Veterinary Hospital team. She grew up in the Durham countryside and is excited to work downtown!
Dr. Noger received a B.A. in Anthropology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2007 working primarily in public service with the U.S. Senate following graduation. She began caring for animals at an early age, devoting her free time to volunteering with the Orange County animal shelter, a local wildlife sanctuary (Carnivore Preservation Trust in Pittsboro), and the Humane Society of the United States. Dr. Noger also worked for the Conservators Center (a wildlife conservation and rescue center near Mebane) and as a veterinary assistant while taking the required courses to get into vet school — her long-term life goal. While in vet school Dr. Noger was active with the Companion Animal Wellness Club and PathHeads (the pathology club). She helped organize community events like Dog Olympics, developed partnerships between the vet school and local wildlife facilities, and conducted research in feline infectious disease. Dr. Noger graduated from N.C. State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017 with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Noger is passionate about advocating for the health and wellbeing of all animals. She has particular interests in infectious diseases, feline medicine, geriatric care, and the human-animal bond. Dr. Noger looks forward to meeting all of her furred, scaled, and feathered patients and their human families!
Dr. Noger and her husband have a house full of dogs, cats, and various foster animals. In her spare time, she enjoys having fun with family and friends, learning new crafts, being outside in nature, gardening, and weightlifting.
Alicia has been working with animals from a young age. As a teenager, she spent time volunteering in the local animal hospital. While in college, she spent a summer volunteering at the Cincinnati Zoo. There she was given the opportunity to shadow zookeepers in several areas and learn about enriching the animals’ habitats. In the summer of 2006, she started working as a kennel assistant in the same animal hospital where she had once volunteered. During that time, she decided to pursue a career as a veterinary technician and attended an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program at the University of Cincinnati. After graduating, she became a license veterinary technician in Ohio and continued to work on her skills at the same small animal practice. In 2009, life brought her to the Triangle area. She’s worked in several hospitals in the area always with the number one priority of providing caring and quality treatment to the animals. She also spent a short period working in a specialty hospital in the Internal Medicine and Oncology departments before deciding to return to general practice. Alicia is happy to be a part of a local animal hospital that provides genuine caring service to the patients presented to them.
Alicia fell in love with the Triangle area, more specifically Durham, from the time she moved here. She enjoys spending time with her fiancé and two pups, often on the trails of the Eno. She enjoys running when the weather is right. She also enjoys taking advantage of the perfect placement of the Triangle in regards to the mountains and the beach.
Alicia is excited to see what the future holds for Broadway Veterinary Hospital, and she is looking forward to providing high quality care for all pups and kitties that call Bull City home.
Gray is a Durham native and has been working in the veterinary field for over ten years. She enjoys helping clients and greeting their furry family members.
Animals are very important to Gray. She has been involved in animal rescue in the area for years. Most of her own animals are rescues as well. She has three dogs, two cats and a variety of feathered friends.
Joining the Broadway Veterinary Hospital is very exciting to Gray. She is eager to help you when you come in to the office. Seeing the changes in downtown Durham are an added bonus!
When not working, Gray enjoys time with her furry and feathered family. She also enjoys gardening, reading, photography and getting to the gym.
Jacy dreamed of being a veterinarian as a kid, and working at BVH gives her the opportunity to fulfill part of that dream. Jacy loves every minute of working at BVH!
Jacy grew up in an animal-loving home with mastiffs and cats (up to 12 cats at one point). Helping to care for all the dogs and cats that come into BVH is familiar and something she enjoys doing every day.
When Jacy isn’t helping around BVH she likes to spend time with her own furry babies, make art, and dance! Originally from Texas, Jacy has lived in Colorado, Louisiana, and now North Carolina, she fell in love with Durham in 2010 and has been here ever since. She is excited for her future here at BVH and cannot wait to meet your fur-babies!
Mandie has always known her life would involve animals. Growing up in Florida, it was not uncommon for her to bring home “homeless” lizards, snakes and frogs to care for. As a teenager, Mandie began working with animals at Miracle Acres Shih Tzu Rescue and the Humane Society of Broward County, caring for the animals and working behind the scenes. After moving to North Carolina, her experience spurred her to establish and manage a PAWS (Pets And Wildlife Support) Club, encouraging her classmates to volunteer with animals in the community. Through this, she brought volunteers to organizations like North Mecklenburg Animal Rescue, Kitty City, and the Raptor Center. Mandie has been working in the veterinary field since 2010 and still remains involved with shelter organizations like the Durham APS.
When Mandie moved to Durham in 2013, she quickly fell in love with the city. You can often find Mandie exploring all that downtown Durham has to offer or performing with various bands around the triangle – she is seldom seen without her Red Heeler, Barney. At home, she and her partner John also love to make renovations to their 1940’s bungalow, or simply lounge about with their two spoiled dogs.