Our Practitioners




Dr. Samantha Moffitt

Dr. Samantha Moffitt

 Samantha Moffitt, DVM

Emergency Clinician

Dr. Moffitt is originally from LaPorte, Indiana and attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for her undergraduate degree in animal science, biology, and chemistry.  She decided that she wanted to go abroad to study veterinary medicine, therefore she attended Ross University in the West Indies on the island of St Kitts.  For her clinical year, she attended NC State University.  She graduated in 2011 with her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University.

From graduation, she went directly into an emergency based internship at Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center in Richmond, VA.  Before going to veterinary school, she worked in a small animal emergency clinic for 4 years and a large animal clinic for 5 years.

She has shown horses for over 15 years, and during some of that time was involved in 4-H. While in 4-H she was a role model for the young members and taught riding clinics. She has two horses, Pokey and Cappy, and a lovable Island Dog named Odie.  She enjoys spending time exercising daily, doing activities outdoors, cooking, playing with her dogs, and riding her horses.  Dr. Moffitt has a passion for small animal medicine and is very excited to be a member of the team here at CARE.


Dr. Lee Crumpler

Edward Lee Crumpler, DVM

Emergency Clinician

Dr. Lee Crumpler came to Fredericksburg from Wilmington, NC in 2011. He was born in Winston-Salem, NC and has also lived in Virginia, Georgia, and Tennessee. He completed his Bachelors of Science at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.

He graduated from St George’s University Veterinary School in Grenada, West Indies in January 2011. Prior to attending Vet School, Lee worked as a technician for 10 years in both emergency and daytime clinics, and has practiced as a doctor in both settings as well.

Dr. Crumpler has two sisters. His eldest sister resides in Atlanta. His younger sister lives in Wilmington, NC, as do his parents.  He enjoys being outdoors when able, playing golf, board/card games, and watching movies. He has one dog named Kaylee.


Dr. Sarah Misraji

Sarah Misraji, BVMS

Emergency Clinician

Dr. Sarah Misraji is a California native who completed her undergraduate at UC San Diego in Molecular Biology and Psychology. She then went off to Scotland to pursue her veterinary degree and to further her love of traveling. After school, she completed a small animal rotating internship in Akron, Ohio and then moved to Las Vegas to work with companion animal exotics. After two years, she decided to pursue further education as a  small animal surgical intern at the Las Vegas Veterinary Specialty Center.

After 3 years in the desert, Dr. Misraji decided she missed the greenery and moved to Virginia with her two cats, LeReve and Zarkana (both after Cirque de Soleil shows), and her two Axolotls, Finlee and Mckinlee, to joint CARE Hospital. In her spare time you can find her on the kickball fields,  on the MMA mats, or exploring the wineries.

Dr. Matt Nicholson

Matthew Nicholson, DVM Diplomate ACVS, CCRP

Associate Surgeon

Matthew Nicholson received his DVM from VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM) in 1999.

During his internship and surgical residency at the University of Pennsylvania, Matt was honored to receive student teaching awards as an Intern and Resident.  He became a surgical associate at a referral practice in New Jersey for two years following completion of his residency.  He received his board certification from the American College of Veterinary Surgery in 2004.  After spending the following 4 years as a surgical associate at a surgical practice in Northern Virginia, Matt joined the faculty at VMRCVM in 2009 as a Clinical Associate Professor. He was proud to receive the Bayer Faculty Recognition Award for teaching in the Spring 2011.

Due to the excitement of the pending birth of his daughter, Matt returned as a full time associate to the surgical practice in Northern Virginia from the end of 2011 until August 2014.  During this time, his interests expanded to include rehabilitation therapy and alternative modalities for pain management.

His surgical interests include minimally invasive surgery, orthopedic, and reconstructive surgery.  Matt lives in Haymarket, Virginia with his beautiful wife and family.


Dr. Monika Jankowski

Monika Jankowski, DVM Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology)

Associate Oncologist

Dr. Monika Jankowski is a native of Maryland.  She completed her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Maryland in 1992, and went on to earn her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University in 1997.  After living in the Midwest for 4 years, she headed back east to work at the Animal Medical Center in New York City for a small animal surgery and medicine rotating internship.  After working in private practice, she went on to complete her medical oncology residency training and receive a Master’s degree at Colorado State University.

After finishing her residency, she practiced veterinary oncology medicine in Arizona for 4 years before deciding to move back to the east coast.  In her free time, Dr. Jankowski enjoys anything outdoor related from skiing to mountain biking.

Dr Kemp

Dr. Stephanie Kemp

Stephanie Kemp, DVM Diplomate ACVIM

Associate Internist

Dr. Kemp is originally from Colorado Springs, and went to college at the University of Colorado at Boulder (go Buffs!).

At Colorado, she completed a B.A. in Biology (Magna Cum Laude), a B.A. in Psychology with a certificate in neuroscience, and minored in Biochemistry.  She then moved to Illinois for veterinary school and received her DVM from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2009.

Dr. Kemp completed a one year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the University of Minnesota.  She then went on to a residency in small animal internal medicine combined with a masters degree in Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine.

Her medical interests include endocrinopathies (particularly diabetes mellitus and hyperthyroidism), hepatobiliary disease (the area of her masters work), and hematology.  In her free time, she enjoy running with her dog, Payton, cooking, playing guitar (badly), fishing, reading, and of course spending time with her family, friends, and pets.


Dr. Michael Blair

Michael Blair, DVM, MS, RPh, DACVO

Associate Ophthalmologist

Dr. Blair Graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 with honors. He then completed a one year rotating internship in small animal and equine medicine and surgery at Michigan State University. After internship he completed a three year residency in Comparative Ophthalmology at Purdue University.
Dr. Blair also has a BS in Pharmacy and an MS in Pharmacology both from St. Johns University and he was a practicing Clinical Pharmacist for 13 years


Dr. Kristy Broaddus

Kristy Broaddus, DVM, MS, DACVS

Associate Surgeon

Kristy Broaddus is a native of Michigan; she completed her premedical training at Georgetown University in Washington DC in 1997. Kristy continued on to earn her veterinary degree from Michigan State University in 2001. She then headed south for a small animal surgery and medicine rotating internship at Auburn University (War Eagle!). It was at Auburn that Kristy completed a three year residency in Small Animal Surgery. After passing boards in 2006, she spent three years as faculty at Oklahoma State University, teaching and practicing surgery.  

After moving to Richmond with her husband Charlie, who is also a veterinarian and a Mechanicsville native, Dr. Broaddus has brought skill and experience to CARE Hospital. Kristy enjoys orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. During her spare time, Kristy loves to spend time with her husband and two children. The Broaddus family also includes a coonhound, toy poodle and tabby cat.

Gail McKay

Gail Mackay, LVT, CCRP, CTMT

Rehab Practitioner

Gail McDermott Mackay is originally from Long Island, New York.  She graduated from Suny Delhi in 1995 with an A.A.S. in Veterinary Science.  Gail has worked in numerous areas of veterinary medicine, including emergency, internal medicine, and surgery.  She first discovered the need for physical rehabilitation while employed by the University of Tennessee, where the CCRP program originated.  There, she worked with post-op orthopedic patients in the ICU/trauma ward.  She became a Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner in 2007.  Gail is currently working toward her canine massage certification, and has a special interest in geriatric massage.

When not at work, Gail likes spending time outdoors with her husband and daughter, enjoying activities such as boating, skiing, and camping.  She lives near Richmond, VA and shares her home with four cats and two dogs.