a veterinarian is an important decision. Like any other medical
decision you make, you want to know that you can trust the ability of
your veterinarian to care for your animals. We at Central Veterinary
Hospital are extremely proud of the team of veterinarians that we have
Dr. Robert Black, DVM
Norfolk, Virginia, Dr. Black did his pre-veterinary studies at the
University of Tennessee-Knoxville and earned his D.V.M. from Auburn
University in 1970. Dr. Black spent two years in the United States Army
Veterinary Corps before coming to Central Veterinary Hospital in 1972.
In addition to general veterinary care, Dr. Black specializes in
several types of surgeries, including internal and external
Dr. William Martin, DVM
in Hendersonville, Tennessee, Dr. Martin came to Central Veterinary
Hospital in 1981. After graduation from UT-Knoxville with a B.S. in
Animal Science in 1978, Dr. Martin became a member of the third
graduating class of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary
Medicine. During his undergraduate studies, Dr. Martin worked as a
veterinary assistant at Central Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Martin is not only highly skilled in traditional veterinary
medicine, he also continually investigates new medication and treatment
options for even greater success for his and all patients of Central
in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Ferrell attended the University of Memphis
before moving to Knoxville where he graduated
from the University of Tennessee with a B.S. in Animal
Science in 1981. He graduated from the University of Tennessee College
Medicine in 1984. Dr. Ferrell practiced small animal medicine from 1984
until he came to Central Veterinary Hospital in 1995. In addition to
general veterinary care, Dr. Ferrell is also a skilled surgeon and
trained in ultrasound examination and evaluation techniques.
outside of Kansas City, Missouri, Dr. Iannacone graduated from the UT
College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. Dr. Iannacone moved to
1998. She came to Central Veterinary Hospital in June of
2007, and is now a partner of
Iannacone loves meeting people and their animals. She
satisfaction from her job as a veterinarian.
Dr. Jamie Clanin, DVM
in California and later raised outside of Washington, DC, Dr. Clanin
received a BS in Animal Veterinary Sciences from Clemson University in
2004. She then moved to Knoxville to attend the University of
Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, earning her DVM in 2008.
Dr. Clanin came to Central Veterinary Hospital in the summer of
2011 after practicing small animal medicine in the Knoxville area.
Dr. Clanin enjoys spending time with her family, especially her
young son. She loves practicing in the area and meeting all kinds
of creatures, especially German Shepherds. She is thrilled to be
part of the team here at Central Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Wesley Keele, DVM
and raised in Manchester, TN, Dr. Keele
received a BS in Animal Science from the University of Tennessee -
Knoxville in 2008. He continued his education at the University
Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, earning his DVM in the summer
Dr. Keele joined the team here at Central Veterinary Hospital
after graduating from UTCVM.
Dr. Keele's favorite four legged friend is his miniature schnauzer, Izzy.
Womble - Office Manager
in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Madeleine moved to the United States in 1981. A
mother of three, Madeleine spent several years working for Baptist Home
Health services before coming to Central Veterinary Hospital in 1999.
She is now in charge of the day to day operations of CVH. From
employment opportunities to special dietary and medicating needs,
Madeleine coordinates it all.
in 1982 to meet the changing needs of Knoxville, the current location
of Central Veterinary Hospital is in the heart of the Fort Sanders
community. Just minutes from downtown, I-40, I-275 and Chapman Hwy, we
are easily accessible from all areas of the Knoxville metropolitan
area. CVH has the capability of meeting almost all of your veterinary
needs. Six exam rooms, one large surgical suite, in-house diagnostics
radiology equipment and housing capacity for almost 100 animals makes
CVH one of the largest veterinary hospitals in the Knoxville area. Our
and equipment allow us to keep prices low by not having to outsource
services that some smaller clinics are not capable of providing. From
ultrasound examination to a retail store for all your feeding and
accessory needs to annual dental care; these are just a few of the
dozens of services we are prepared to provide at Central Veterinary