Dr. Manos is a native of North Alabama (Cullman County). She completed her undergraduate degree at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee and then graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004.
Dr. Manos enjoys treating both cats and dogs, and has always held a special interest in Feline Medicine. She has been an active member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners since her days as a veterinary student at Auburn.
Dr. Manos has worked in a variety of hospital environments, including an orthopedic specialty and general practice, and in feline-only hospitals. She has been a veterinarian in Williamson and Davidson County since 2007.
Dr. Manos shares her home with her husband James and their daughters Jett and Molly, and their son Maxx. She serves as staff to a small but always entertaining cat herd.
Licensed Veterinary Medical Technician
Chelsea has been working in veterinary medicine since 2011 and graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a focus in veterinary technology. She has two sons and a husband that she spends most of her time with outside of work, but enjoys driving to new places and exploring the surrounding natural areas of Nashville. She would like to adopt another cat, but her 8 year old cat Scout says no. Chelsea considers herself a lifelong learner and apart from working with animals her favorite thing about veterinary medicine is that there is always something new to learn. Chelsea recently completed her Cat Friendly Veterinary Professional (CFVP) certificate.
Angela is originally from Massachusetts, she moved here a few years ago. Her love for animals started at a young age, from cats to cows. Once able to do so, Angela began volunteering and quickly started working at her local animal shelter. She has been working with animals ever since.
Angela has worked with animals both large and small. She is dedicated to community outreach and education. Angela is willing to help out wherever needed. She looks forward to seeing where Mill Creek is headed and excited for the journey.
When not at the clinic she loves to work on house projects, spend time with family and friends. Angela is expecting her first child with her husband John. She currently has a small “farm” at home that includes 2 Turtles, 2 dogs, 3 cats, and 6 chickens.
Client Service Representative
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Morgan Smith, DVM
Dr. Morgan Smith received her undergraduate degree from the College of Charleston in 2005. She then graduated from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Dr. Smith enjoys forming relationships with our clients and patients in order to educate on best preventative care for our pets. Her passions include dermatology and geriatric care. She currently resides in Nolensville, Tennessee with her husband and their two children. Their pets include a boxer (Dude), a guinea pig (Pip), a cat (Bertha) and two hives full of honeybees.
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Amanda Clay, DVM
Dr. Clay is a 2022 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She grew up in Rochester, Michigan and received her undergraduate degree from Oakland University, but has spent all her time outside of school here in Tennessee with her husband, Brittain, and their Yorkshire Terrier,Teddy! Dr. Clay is certified in Veterinary Medical Acupuncture, is Fear Free Certified, and has a special interest in preventative care, dentistry, surgery, behavior, rehabilitation, and teaching. Her love for veterinary medicine began as a child with hamsters, guinea pigs, fish, and horses as pets and she became passionate about the human-animal bond as well as her furry patients as she learned more about serving as a veterinarian! Dr. Clay is excited to be involved in the Nolensville community and is a member of many organizations such as the American Veterinary Medical Association, Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinary Business Management Association, and American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior. When she is not reading up on the latest procedures, Dr. Clay loves to hike, horseback ride, read, and cook! She is truly looking forward to getting to know each and every person and patient at Mill Creek!
Customer Service Representative
Dani started working with MCAH in Fall 2021. She previously lived in California where she has prior experience working as a CSR at an animal hospital there. She has an 11 year old female mix dog named Riley, she’s had her since she was a puppy. Her favorite thing about working at MCAH are her coworkers. Outside of MCAH she enjoys being outside and spending time with her kids. She enjoys getting to know people, their pets, and learning more about what goes on “behind the scenes”. Her current goal is to continue to work toward her career in animal medicine.