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4106 CR 218 W
Middleburg, FL 32068
Phone: (904) 282-0499 Fax: (904) 282-3222
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The Caring, Committed Staff of Black Creek Veterinary Hospital

Veterinarians & Practice Management

B. Craig Price, DVM, Owner

Dr. Craig Price is Head Honcho and Owner of Black Creek Veterinary Hospital. He has held his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine for 26 years, and is a graduate of the University of Florida where he first earned a B.S. in Animal Science and Agriculture. After years in practice, Dr. Price is still happy to be pursuing his lifelong dream of helping animals and their people. He loves the continuous challenges of being a veterinarian and running a full-service hospital, getting to know the many pets and pet owners who come through our doors every day.

Dr. Price resides in Middleburg with his wife and three children, Caley, Victoria, and Wyatt, and their many pets.

Amy McGinness, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Amy McGinness is originally from Chicago, but moved to Orange Park with her family when she was in junior high. She is a graduate of Middleburg High School, the University of Florida (B.S. Zoology ’03), and the UF College of Veterinary Medicine where she became a full DVM in 2007. Dr. McGinness’s history with Black Creek dates back quite a bit—she actually worked at the hospital as a kennel tech in her high school years and during college. Her schooling completed, she returned to the Middleburg area, and is happy to continue her career in veterinary medicine at the very same practice where she first got her start working with animals.

Dr. McGinness's special interests include ophthalmology, dentistry, and internal medicine, and she loves working with so many wonderful people who truly love their jobs. Dr. McGinness also handles social media outreach for BCVH, and in her time off enjoys traveling, reading, photography, and music. She has three pets Oscar (a scruffy terrier), Alice (a schnauzer) and Pumpkin (a black cat).

Lindsey Diley, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

Dr. Lindsey Diley started her career with her sites set on human medicine—physical therapy, to be specific. But then, after her first job at an animal hospital, she fell in love! Dr. Diley graduated from vet school at the University of Florida in 2007, where she also holds a B.S. in Animal Science. Coming to Black Creek since earning her DVM, Dr. Diley loves the caring, supportive environment created by her co-workers, and the great community of people and animals she works with. The innate challenges of veterinary medicine, and the joy that comes from helping patients is truly the greatest reward.

Her practice interests include cardiology, pocket pets, and emergency medicine—she has also done relief work at Clay Duval Pet Emergency Clinic since 2007. At home, Dr. Diley enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and caring for her pets: a Boston terrier/Jack Russell mix named Dilbert, and a big, fat, gray tabby cat named Toby. She lives in Orange Park with her husband, Scott and their two young children Mace and Nora.

Caley Price, DVM

Daughter of owner Craig Price and a future veterinarian, Caley Price was first inspired to enter vet medicine after watching doctors help animals on TV with her father. What was then just a child’s dream has grown into a full fledged career, as Caley plans to add to her University of Florida Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees by earning her doctorate to become a veterinarian herself. It’s very likely that she’ll then join the ranks the DVMs of Black Creek—or, as she puts it, “The Crazy Doctors.” The animals in her life include an English Bulldog named Bubby and a Boxer named Vespa.

Cristina Catasús, DVM

Dr. Cristina Catasús was born and raised in Gainesville, FL. After graduating from Buchholz High School, she attended Jacksonville University where she graduated with a B.S. in Biology. She then moved to Knoxville where she graduated from the University of Tennessee with her doctorate of veterinary medicine in 2011. Following graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Catasús completed an internship at the New Jersey Equine Clinic where she treated mostly race horses and performance horses. Next, she completed a second internship at the Miami Seaquarium where she worked with a variety of marine mammals, birds, fish, and sea turtles. Dr. Catasús loves working with all species of animals, large and small.

Now, she is very excited to be part of the Black Creek team where she has the opportunity to work with so many wonderful pets and their families. In her free time Dr. Catasús enjoys horseback riding, spending time with her family, spending time at the beach and on the water and enjoying being a newlywed.

Stephenie Cook, CVPM, Hospital Manager

Stephenie Cook has worked as an auto mechanic, an air traffic controller, and an IT systems manager. She never really expected to find a calling in the veterinary world. But when the opportunity presented itself, the decision to work with animals turned out to be the best one she ever made. Stephenie enjoys her multifaceted role as BCVH’s practice manager, and couldn’t be happier with the job. She is married to her best friend, with plenty of four-legged children—a hazard that comes with working at an animal hospital.

Client Care Coordinators

Jen Burch, Client Care Coordinator

Jen is one of the newest members of the Black Creek Veterinary Hospital family. She has been in the veterinary field for the last four years and could not ask for a better career choice. She is currently enrolled in the Veterinary Technology program to continue her education in the field. Jen graduated from Clay High School and has lived in Clay County most of her life. She is the proud mommy to three children, three dogs and three cats. When Jen is not working or studying, she enjoys spending time at the beach, taking her dogs to the park and enjoying quality time with family and friends.



Pamela Fayson, Client Care Coordinator

Pamela is from Starke, Fl and is still currently living there with her husband of 16 years, Nathaniel. They have two wonderful daughters, Natalee (age 8) and Jamya (age 4). In her time off, she can be found wither spending time with her family or doing activities with her church. Pamela has been working as a receptionist at BCVH for the past year and is looking forward to many more years to come. She loves helping people with their fur babies and has 3 fur babies of her own, 2 kittens names Nala and Oliver and a Jack Russel mix named Spanky.



Sharri Pruitt, Client Care Coordinator

Sharri Pruitt is a member of our reception staff, having worked the front desk at BCVH for the last two years. She was born and raised in the great state of Florida, and was drawn to the world of veterinary medicine by a profound love of animals. Her favorite part of the job? Getting to see all the baby puppies and kittens of course!

Sharri makes her home with her husband, Josh, 2 dogs (Honey and Myia) and 4 cats (Calie, Lil Bit, Nova, and Osk).



Darlene Tucker, Client Care Coordinators

Darlene Tucker has been a receptionist here at Black Creek for 11 years. People and pets are her passion, and so it just makes sense that she’d find a place caring for animals and their owners. Hers is one of the first faces you’re likely to see when you come through our door, and if you call for an appointment, there’s a good chance you’ll hear her voice too! Darlene grew up in a big family (17 children!) and today has a family of her own: two sons, seven grandchildren, a cute dog named Tyson, and a big bad cat called Moses.

Away from work, she enjoys gardening, cooking, traveling to the mountains, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Veterinary Technicians

Cheyenne Fletcher, Veterinary Technician

The other half of our kennel staff, Cheyenne Fletcher has been working with us since 2010. Her love for animals runs deep, and she plans to one day attend the University of Florida for vet school, earn her DVM, and work as a veterinarian to help pets in even more meaningful ways. Right now, her favorite part of her job is her coworkers, and spending time with animals all day. She lives with her family and younger sister, her dog, Titan, and her snake, Slick.



Desiree Jones, Veterinary Technician

Desiree is a Kennel Tech, and has been with us for just over 2 years now. She enjoys veterinary medicine because it gives her a chance to help pets enjoy a better life. Desiree loves helping animals—not just because it’s her job, but because of that look on a happy client’s face! That is the greatest reward. Her own pets include 2 dogs, 2 cats, and a rat. She is a sister to two siblings, and a loving daughter to her mom and dad.




Rashelle Kirsch, Veterinary Technician

Rashelle joined the BCVH family as a volunteer in high school. Once she was here, she knew that veterinary medicine was her calling and was then hired on as kennel staff. Now, as a Vet Tech, she can work closely with our doctors and pets in surgery, in the rooms with clients and care for hospitalized patients. Like many of our staff, Rashelle joined the veterinary field to help animals in need. She enjoys working with all types of creatures and has quite a few of her own. At home, she has 5 cats, a rabbit and a goose!


Sarah Redding, Veterinary Technician

Sarah has been working in the veterinary field since 2009 after completing Sanford Brown Institute’s Veterinary Technology degree. Working in this field of medicine allows her to make a difference in not only the pets’ lives but also the people that love them. Sarah thoroughly loves her job and feels she has the “best coworkers in the world!” Sarah has a little zoo at home including her adorable son, Waylon, along with several pets: Jingles the cat, Zazu the bird, Bilbo the ball python, Spiro the bearded dragon and Gil the fish.



Hannah Skaggs, Veterinary Technician

After volunteering alongside the BCVH team for 2 years while in high school, Hannah became an official staff member. She started assisting in the kennel and has worked her way up to assisting the doctors in the rooms and surgery. Hannah is currently in her second year of undergrad and plans to continue onto certification for veterinary technician. She currently lives in “the ‘Burg” with her roommate and her trusty but slightly spoiled dog, Riley. Riley is the newest guard dog of BCVH and loves to hang out in the backyard with the rest of the crew. Hannah thinks of Riley as her best friend and loves waking up each day to help prolong the lives of our clients’ animals so that they can keep their best friends around as long as possible.