Emma Smith

Hospital Manager

Emma was born in Texas but raised in Berryville, AR where she graduated high school in 2005. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Education with a minor in Health from University of the Ozarks where she played collegiate soccer and basketball during her time there. She met her husband, David while attending UofO and they moved to Dallas for 3 years after graduating where she worked at a large vet clinic and fell in love with veterinary medicine. They moved back to Arkansas in 2013 and shortly after started working at GVC. Emma’s husband is a Fire Captain for the Fort Smith Fire Department. They have 2 beautiful daughters, Ellie who was born in 2017 and Emmy who was born in 2020. They live in Greenwood with their weimaraner, Annie Girl who was a rescue out of Dallas. She also has 2 horses – an America Paint Horse named Butters and an American Quarter Horse named Remi. Emma’s time away from GVC is spent hanging out with her family, going to Crossfit, riding horses, taking pictures and anything/everything DIY.


Megan Potter


Megan has been a part of GVC since July of 2017. She grew up just down the road in Charleston, AR where she graduated from high school in 2008. She has always had a passion for animals and knew from a young age that she wanted to work with them. She is the proud wife of a driver on Pumper 1 with the Fort Smith Fire Department and mother of 2 beautiful girls and 1 handsome little boy. She has 2 dogs, Lily a Labradoodle and Django a Chocolate Lab. Outside of work, Megan enjoys reading, family outings, golfing, trips to the river, and binge watching tv series.


Kimberly O'Hagan

Veterinary Assistant

Kimberly has been with GVC since August of 2016. She graduated from Booneville High School in 2008 and shortly after joined the Arkansas Army National Guard as a 25U, signal support systems specialist. She ended her contract at the end of 2017 after 9 years. She moved to Fort Smith in 2010 where she attended University of Arkansas Fort Smith. She met her husband DJ and his daughter Scarlett while 

attending Crossfit classes. They have recently added another babe, Everleigh, to make them a family of 4. Kimberly grew up loving animals and currently has two rescue boston terriers named Emma and Maggie, a rescue chihuahua mix named Duke and a lab named Odie who has grown up with their oldest daughter. Kimberly has 1 horse, a thoroughbred named Breezy. 


Morgan Nena

Veterinary Assistant

Morgan joined our team in September of 2018. She graduated from Charleston High School in 2017. She recently got married to her sweet husband, Cody. Morgan loves all animals but her passion is horses. She currently owns 6 horses: two sorrels named Oakie and Cash, a gray named Brinkley, a bay named Ryder, a paint named Toby, and a roan named Roany. Morgan is an avid horsewoman and has ridden for the Old Fort Days Dandies for the last 6 years. She still continues to help out the with the Old Fort Days Rodeo. She has a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named Landon and an energetic Labrador Retriever named Smokey. Away from Greenwood Vet Clinic, Morgan loves to barrel race, hike, kayak and go on adventures!



Veterinary Assistant

Riley joined GVC in 2022 after completing an externship with us. She grew up in Lavaca, AR and graduated high school in 2020. She is a certified AVA which she completed through VetBloom Vet Assistant Program. She is married to her husband Alec and they have 1 adorable little boy named Waylon. They recently moved back to Arkansas after living in Jacksonville, NC at Camp Lajeune where her husband served as a marine. They have 2 dogs - a black named Remi and a german shepherd mix named Diesel. Riley knew she wanted to work in veterinary medicine since she was a little girl and now she gets to live out that dream!


Thurronda King

Thurronda AKA T-Ray has 4 amazing kids. Jacob 22, Anna 20, Abigail 18 and John 17. She was a stay at home mom when her children were at a younger age. She was a substitute teacher at her kids school for several years. She joined our staff as a kennel tech in July 2020. T-Ray is a go-getter and runs a lawn care service (T-Ray Lawn Care) as well as a laser engraving business. She takes pride in her endeavors and she carries that pride over into the clinic. Growing up she always wanted one of every breed of dog and says that now she gets to live out that dream through all of our sweet patients. She takes care of the kennel needs and gets to love on your pets throughout the day. She loves every minute of it! She enjoys getting to learn and love each other their different personalities and appreciates the opportunity to do so.

Animal Caretaker



Animal Caretaker

Bio coming soon.



Animal Caretaker

Bio coming soon.




Amy joined GVC in October of 2019. She is a certified veterinary assistant and has always had a passion for working with animals in any way she can. She started grooming part time in 2021 and then moved to grooming full time in July 2022. Amy is originally from Sallisaw, OK but moved to Bella Vista, AR in 2011 when she married her husband Sean. They have 1 amazing little boy named Parker who was born in 2014. They moved to Greenwood in 2017 and have 5 dogs. They have 3 rough coat collies, 1 sheltie mix and 1 german shepherd. In her off time, Amy enjoys reading, gardening, going to craft fairs and dog shows along with showing her collies. 



Boss Cat

Checkers is a 2012 model who has been a patient at GVC since she was a tiny kitten. In the summer of 2019, she began to suffer from environmental allergies. GVC took ownership of her after falling in love during some of her hospitalization stays over that summer. She was surrendered to us and we have never looked back. She is the perfect mixture of sweet and sour. She has the rare personality to be the perfect clinic cat - she enjoys the attention she receives from our wonderful clients and keeps her distance when necessary. She can usually be found lounging on Emma's desk or taking a nap in her window hammock in the reception area. She constantly keeps us laughing and we are so thankful she chose GVC as her forever home. 



Second Boss Cat

Lincoln came to us in November of 2021. He was a stray tomcat who had gotten hit by a car and both hind legs were broken. A local rescue paid to surgically fix both legs and while in recovery, we fell in love with his quirky personality.