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Meet The Staff

Anne Jordan

When you arive at Crossroads Animal Hospital (CAH), you will always recieve a warm welcome from Mrs. Anne! She enjoyes helping and getting to know each client and patient that come in. Working at CAH since opening in 2008 has helped her know the clinic as well as anyone. At home, she and her husband have two dogs (Bo and Mollie), both of which were adopted through CARE.

Meg Jordan
CARE Coordinator


Rachel Harris
Veterinary Assistant​​​​​​​

Originally from Blythwood, SC, Rachel is curently a senior at Clemson University, where she is planning to graduate in May of 2018. She has a horse (Sasha) and a dog (CiCi). Rachel enjoys working with both small and large animals at CAH.


Jamee Blass
Veterinary Assistant

All the way from Dresden, New York, Jamee has a special love for animals that she continues to nurture through building a career in the veterinary field. She is currently certified in Infrared Technology and is attending Penn Foster for Veterinary Technology. Assisting with farm calls, especially large animal cases, are Jamee's favorite. She has many animals at home which include five dogs and 3 horses. Helping all animals is a lifelong passion for Jamee.


Hannah Sahms
Veterinary Assistant

Hannah has always had a passion for animals, everything from pocket pets, companions, and large animals alike. She is actively pursuing a career as a veterinary technician and is currently a junior at Tri County Technical College. Furthering her knowledge is a top priortiy so she can give each client and patient the best care possible.


Jennifer Swonger
Veterinary Assistant

Jenny grew up in Toledo, Ohio and ventured south for college to experience a different culture (and warmer weather). After graduating from Clemson in 2016 with a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, she spent a year working with salt marsh birds. She became interested in the veterinary field after spending a summer interning at Zoo Atlanta. In her spare time she enjoys exploring with her Lab, Otter, and painting.


Kaitlin Miller
Veterinary Assistant