Karl N. Kapoor, DVM
Dr. Karl Kapoor has been at Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic since its opening in 1985. He graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. After many years of solo practice, Dr. Kapoor is thankful and blessed to have a wonderful associate, Dr. Hinkle, as well as a skilled, knowledgeable and enjoyable team of staff members to work with each day.
Between the Kapoors, Karl and Anna, along with their son Nathan, daughter-in-law Amber, and daughter Sarah, there are an assortment of four-legged family members: a cat, O2; a horse, Majorette; and three dogs, Kelvin, Frankie and Miri, not to mention the entire family of patients at Pinecrest.
In addition to clinic associated activities, the Kapoor family also invests time and effort into the East Tennessee Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the ETSU Wesley Foundation, a variety of functions at First United Methodist Church, Family Promise, and various other organizations. Dr. Kapoor has tremendously enjoyed participating with the Johnson City District Partners in Mission program in the Czechia (Czech Republic) through 4 mission teams over the years. Most recently, he joined his wife Anna on a Medical Mission Team to Mexico. (He was not one of the doctors!) Although by no means a professional photographer, he enjoys taking pictures and sharing them.
Anna Kapoor, Dr. Kapoor’s wife, also works at Pinecrest. As a teenager, Anna remembers babysitting for a veterinarian’s family in her hometown and occasionally stepping into action at that clinic. Little did she know that several years later she would marry a veterinarian, who also had to often-times leave home for emergencies at all hours. Anna is a registered nurse certified in oncology nursing and took care of patients at the Johnson City Medical Center Hospital for 20 years. Because she is a strong patient advocate and continues to keep current in nursing, Anna often finds the opportunity to use her skill to serve on medical mission teams. Anna enjoys gardening, knitting and cooking in her spare time. Anna recently received the AARP Andrus Award for the State of Tennessee. This award recognizes outstanding community volunteer service. She serves in many different volunteer roles at church, a local soup kitchen, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Mexico Medical Mission team, Johnson City District Partners in Mission with Czechia, the ETSU Wesley Foundation and others.
Tonya Hinkle, DVM
Dr. Tonya Hinkle is a Johnson City native. She received her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree with an Animal Science concentration from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2000. She then received her DVM from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. Following her first two years of practice at Cape Fear Animal Hospital in Fayetteville, NC, Tonya returned to Johnson City and joined Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic in September of 2006. Tonya has a special interest in internal medicine, behavior medicine, client education, and soft tissue surgery. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association.
Tonya is married to Dr. Josh Hinkle, also a veterinarian, and together they have one daughter, Olive. Her ‘furry’ family includes an Irish Setter, Finn, along with two cats, PP and Banana. Outside of work Tonya enjoys traveling, running, kickboxing, and sailing.
Ann Hayes has been part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic front desk staff since 2002. Before that Ann worked as a veterinary technician for twelve years. She enjoys meeting all of the pets and their owners as they enter our clinic each day. In addition to grandchildren, Anna has one ‘grand-dog’ who visits her quite often.
Angie Williams has been a part of Pincerest Veterinary Clinic since 2004. “This has been my one and only job and I have loved every minute of it. This has been the best group of people I have ever known.
Angie has two rotten dogs, Coop and Gretchen. Angela is to married to Jesse Williams. In Angie’s spare time she enjoys anything outdoors including hiking, camping, fishing. She also enjoys photography and anything to do with animals.
Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant
Penny has been a part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic since 2012. Penny loves to snuggle all the cats and dogs-especially kittens and puppies. Penny loves her dog and cat, Kevin and Lethe. Outside of work she loves doing stained glass work, reading books and needlepoint.
Erica has been working in veterinary medicine for 3 years and she finds great pleasure in taking care of animals. Working is very rewarding and educational for her. She started working at Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic in August 2016, and loves every minute of it. Erica has 8 dogs and 3 cats at home, and conveys that saying she is an animal lover is putting it mildly. She always has had a big heart for anything in need, and that’s how she has gotten most of her pets. When she is not at work, Erica enjoys spending time with all her pets and planning vacation, where, hopefully, she will be able to scuba dive.
Tammey has been a part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic staff since 2002. Before that she has been a veterinary assistant for 8 years. She is married to Mark Garrison and has a son, Daniel Garrison. She enjoys and loves working here. Outside of work she enjoys her fur babies, swimming, crafts, gardening, bungee jumping and driving recreational vehicles.
Ann Coffey has been a part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic since 2002. Before that Ann has worked as a veterinary assistant for 14 years. She has 2 dogs who are spoiled rotten. She has a grandson who is her pride and joy.
Jasmine has been a part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic since 2017. “This has been my one and only job and loves every minute.” She has a dog named Jasper. Jasper is a chihuahua/ Jack Russel Terrier mix. Outside of work she loves being outdoors.
Beverly has been a part of the Pinecrest Veterinary Clinic since 2017. She became a licensed veterinary technician in 2009 in Nevada. She worked at a small animal hospital and then as the Veterinary Program Manager at Western Veterinary Conference in Nevada. In 2011, her family relocated to Johnson City when her husband accepted a teaching position at ETSU. She was a stay-at-home mother for 6 years with her two children and now she is back to work as a part-time receptionist.
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