Meet our Veterinarians
Dr. Gregg Jordan, DVM
A graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Jordan has devoted his professional career in advancing his skills in internal medicine, surgery, radiology, dermatology, emergency and animal behavior medicine. He has had extensive training and received certification in small animal abdominal and cardiac ultrasound from Universal Ultrasound in White Plains, N.Y. He is also certified in Small Animal Laser Therapy. His use of the device has helped his patients walk again and healed stubborn wounds or sores that would not heal on their own.
After working as a relief vet for many years, Dr. Jordan chose to open his own private practice to provide a place for his clients and pets to "call home."He is very thankful his hospital has been voted the best veterinary hospital in Mebane since opening in 2008.   He is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, Mebane Business Association, and the Alamance County Area Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Lamb's Chapel in Haw River, NC.
More than anything, Dr. Jordan loves his family. He and his wife have two children, Noah and Lydia. They enjoy spending time together at the lake boating, swimming, and skiing. He also plays the piano and loves to sing. Both are very thankful for all the Lord has done for them.



Dr. Doug Ray was born and raised in Graham, NC, graduating from Graham High School in 1996.  He received his B.S. in Biology from the University of NC at Wilmington.  After a short break from school, he returned to NC State where he received his degree in Veterinary Medicine in 2009.  His desire to work with dairy cattle took him to south central Pennsylvania where he has been working in a mixed animal clinic since graduation.  In that position, he spent half of his time caring for companion animals providing medical and surgical services to the small animal patients.  The other half of his time was devoted to on-farm care of cattle, horses, sheep and goats, llamas and alpacas, as well as, white tail deer. 

Dr. Doug is excited to be back "home" in Alamance County along with his wife Leslie (also an Alamance County native) and daughter Aida.  Dr. Doug's professional interests are in client communication, specifically trying to help clients understand their animal's complex disease processes, as well as, soft tissue surgery and pain control.

Outside of work, Dr. Doug spends most of his free time with family but does enjoy hiking when the time allows.  He is a long time volunteer and board member with the Conservator's Center Inc, located in Caswell County and is looking to devote more time to the organization now that he is back in NC.  In the future, Dr. Doug would like to try his hand at sustainable farming focusing on multi species rotational pasture based husbandry.

Dr. Doug is looking forward to meeting and working with the clients and patients that he has heard so many good things about.