Meet the folks who make it all happen. We see big potential in every moment, & care deeply about what we do every day.
Dr. Kelly Hemmert
Owner, Chief Veterinarian
Dr. Kelly Hemmert has been caring for pets professionally for more than 20 years. She’s the proud owner and operator of the Animal Care Center of Carter’s Creek, and couldn’t be happier to continue serving the pets and animal owners of this area.
Dr. Hunter Corley
Chief of Staff, Veterinarian
Dr. Hunter Corley can’t remember a time when he didn’t adore the company of animals. He’s always wanted to do his part to give something back—that’s why he decided to become a veterinarian! Dr. Corley is the Chief of Staff here at the Animal Care Center of Carter’s Creek and sees patients during business hours and for after-hours emergencies.
Dr. Jessica Larson
Dr. Jessica Larson is an internal medicine specialist and loves using her advanced and specialized skill set to help as many pets as she possibly can. She’s a pet owner herself, after all, and knows just how valuable our animal companions really are! Here at the Animal Care Center of Carters Creek, we’re proud to connect with Dr. Larson as our MOVES Veterinary Internal Medicine partner in the Nashville region.
Dr. Marina Taylor
Dr. Marina Taylor is our newest addition, and couldn’t be more excited to become your new family doctor! She is a 2021 graduate of Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine whose’s passion is to provide the best care and education about pet health possible. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband outdoors, camping and kayaking, and indoors snuggling her two dogs and three cats at home. Dr. Taylor considers it an honor to serve you and your fur babies!
Dr. Ashlee King
Please welcome the newest member of our team Dr. Ashlee King. Dr. Ashlee will be working part-time on Tuesday’s & Thursday’s. She grew up in Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee, surrounded by her family’s cows and goats. From early on, she had a deep love and compassion for all animals. She received her bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2015. While attending school there, she wrestled with her decision of what to choose as a career.