Dr.Clint L HallDVM
Dr. Hall is a native of Montgomery, Alabama, where he graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1973. He obtained his BS in Pre-Vet in 1977 from Auburn University and graduated in 1980 from The School of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn. Upon graduation, he and his wife Valerie moved to Cairo, Georgia where he became employed at Cairo Animal Hospital. In the fall of 1982, he and Valerie came to Jesup, Georgia and purchased Wolfe Animal Hospital from Dr. John Wolfe. Dr. Wolfe worked at the hospital until his death in 2010.
Dr. Hall is co-owner of Wolfe Animal Hospital. Dr. Hall treats both large and small animals, enjoying the challenges in both types of medicine. He and his wife have two children, Christina, who is a Certified Veterinary Technician and is married with two children. Charles, who is married, is a University of Georgia graduate and is enrolled in the vet school, pursuing a doctorate in veterinary medicine.
Dr.David W BarwickDVM
The University of Georgia
Dr. Barwick is a Wayne County native who graduated from Wayne Co. High School in 1984. He then received a BS degree in Biology from The University of Georgia College of Agriculture and went on to receive his doctorate degree from UGA College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. He received his accreditation and licensure in the same year and came back home to Jesup to practice at Wolfe Animal Hospital. He is co-owner of Wolfe Animal Hospital with Dr. Clint Hall. Dr. Barwick and his wife Amy reside in Jesup and have three children: Hunter, Tanner, and Amber.
Dr. Wilcox recently joined our team at Wolfe Animal Hospital, bringing eight years of experience in small animal practice with her. As a graduate of Louisiana State University's School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, Dr. Wilcox received a commission in the US Army Veterinary Corps. Dr. Wilcox spent seven years on active duty as a Veterinary Corps Officer serving at Ft. Monmouth, Ft. Benning, and overseas in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
Her areas of interest include zoonotic disease prevention, preventative healthcare, and nutrition.
Dr. Wilcox is originally from Connecticut where she attended the University of Connecticut, spending many nights cheering on the women's basketball team and helping at the school's dairy. She moved to the Hinesville area in 2016 with her husband, Dan, who is stationed at Ft. Stewart with the 3rd Infantry Division. Dr. Wilcox spends her free time enjoying the outdoors, swimming, and relaxing with her dogs Mo and Jack.