Smiths Station Animal Hospital

2778 Lee Rd 430
Smiths Station, AL 36877

(334)297-1050

smithsstationah.com

Steve R. Griffin, D.V.M.

Professional Degrees:
1993 B.S. Zoology, Auburn University
1997 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University

Professional Associations:
American Veterinary Medical Association
Alabama Veterinary Medical Association
Georgia Veterinary Medical Association

Special Interests:Preventative Medicine & Wellness Care
General Medicine, Surgery & Nutrition



Dr. Griffin is the owner of Smiths Station Animal Hospital. He founded the hospital and began serving the Smiths Station community in 1998. He moved his practice from an older location into a newly constructed hospital in November 2006. Dr. Griffin grew up in the Smiths Station area and is a 1988 graduate of Smiths Station High School. He appreciates the opportunity to enhance the special bond between people and their pets and is committed to providing the very best medical and surgical care in a compassionate and caring manner. Dr. Griffin and his wife Windy share their home with their daughter Carson, son Mason and their German Shorthair Pointer, Huck. Dr. Griffin enjoys Auburn Football, outdoor activities, fitness & exercise, and home gardening.



Nicole M. Namie, D.V.M.

Professional Degrees:
 2004 B.S. Biochemistry, Western Kentucky University
 2009 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University
 

Professional Associations:
American Veterinary Medical Association
Alabama Veterinary Medical Association


Special Interests:
General Medicine & Surgery
Physical Therapy
Mission Work Abroad




Dr. Namie is originally from Elizabethtown, Kentucky. She moved to Alabama to attend Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine. It was here, that she met her husband, Stu who is a firefighter at Ft. Benning, Georgia. Together they enjoy the company of their three dogs (Moose, Nestle, and Keebler), a few cats who love taunting the dogs, and a rabbit, Cadbury. Dr. Namie's passions are traveling, being outdoors, Auburn football - War Eagle!, and most importantly, practicing veterinary medicine.