Dr. Matthew Singer, VMD
Dr. Matthew Singer is a proud graduate of the University of Connecticut, his native state. Go Huskies! He is a 1991 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary College. After initially practicing in New Jersey, he relocated to Arkansas in 1992 with his wife, Kim, and daughter Kaci.
Dr. Singer purchased the Greenwood Veterinary Clinic in 1994. He has been the primary veterinarian on staff for most of that time, recently adding Dr. Jerry and Dr. Martin on staff to handle the growing clientele from Greenwood and surrounding communities. The practice has been limited to in-clinic small animal surgery, medicine and dentistry but you may find him down the road treating an occasional horse, cow or even consulting with apiarists.
In his spare time his hobbies include fly fishing for monster trout on the White River or out west, ranching at home with his wife Kim, and trail riding on his favorite horse, Big River. Dr. Singer and Kim's pets include, Ella the clinic greeter for the last 13 years, 2 barn cats named Bullet and Pistol, 3 jersey cows named Blanche, Rose and Dorothy, 2 mini donkeys named Lucy and Ethel, 4 horses named River, Dillon Nugget and Chili. He loves his animals just as much as his clients do theirs. He always practices with the philosophy of recommending what is best for the pet and treating his clients as if he was the client on the other side of the exam table.
Dr. Rachel Jerry, DVM
Dr. Jerry was born and raised in South Arkansas. She graduated from LSU in 2009. Before joining GVC in 2018, Dr. Jerry worked in many different areas of veterinary medicine. She began her career working with sport horses in Central Floridia and then moved to Pennsylvania working with thoroughbred racehorses. Dr. Jerry has also worked with the USDA in regulatory medicine as well as pharmaceuticals in the private sector before returning to private practice. Dr. Jerry and her husband have one dog, a horse and four cats. In her free time she enjoys fishing, working in the yard and doing DIY projects around the house.