Dr. Schill joined the Winston Veterinary Team in March of 2002. She graduated from Veterinary School at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Dr. Schill is married to Matt and they have a son named Aaron. Dr. Schill's fur family include 3 dogs, Dexter, Finster and Lobo and 2 cats, Motor and Aja and a horse, Toby.
Dr. Schill enjoys photography , gardening, hiking, and traveling.
Dr. Hofmann is the owner of Winston Veterinary Hospital. He graduated from North Carolina State in 1975 and earned his DVM from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1979.
He is married to Linda Hofmann and they have two children, Christopher and Lynette. He has two grandchildren, Ellie and Mia who are the apple of his eye! Dr. Hofmann's fur family includes 3 dogs, Tazzy, Misty and Chewy, and 3 cats, Tango, Ollie, Ivan and Zoey
Dr. Hofmann enjoys golfing and basketball but most of all, he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and family.
Office Staff: Our office staff are the "front lines" of our hospital. The front office staff field all phone calls to the doctors, they fill prescriptions, schedule appointments, check in clients, check out clients, and help the technical staff keep up with the schedule. They interact with the clients and patients when they check in and make your pet feel comfortable by giving them treats and using fear free tactics to welcome them. Most of our employees are cross-trained in the front so often times you will see the technicians in the front office as well as the back!
Boarding and Grooming Staff: Our kennel staff are responsible for our large kennel that is located behind the hospital. They make sure that your pet is well taken care of and comfortable while they are boarding. If any problems arise, the boarding staff immediately notify the hospital. Our groomer is responsible for all grooms that come through the boarding kennel and hospital.
Technicians and Assistants: Our techs are the nurses of our practice. Under the doctor's supervision, they perform injections, draw blood, run lab tests, take radiographs, place I.V. catheters, assist in surgery and assist the doctors in other medical procedures. Their most important duty is to take care of your pet whether it is routine care or critical care while in the hospital. You can rest easy knowing that all of our techs have the skills, knowledge and compassion to care for your pet and to make them as comfortable as possible while here.