Doctor Adam Berman
Dr. Adam Berman was raised in North Carolina and has always had a passion for animals. He received his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Animal Science from North Carolina State University in 2004. He then went on to receive his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University in 2010.
Dr. Berman has practiced in the Charlotte area since 2010 at several different hospitals including TotalBond Veterinary Hospital and Dilworth Animal Hospital.
He is thrilled to be fulfilling his dream of founding his own practice with the opening of Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital in 2015.
Dr. Berman's clinical interests include wellness and preventive medicine, clinical nutrition, and dermatology. He is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Animal Hospital Association, and the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association. In his spare time, Dr. Berman enjoys family time with his lovely wife Ivy and their young daughter and son. His four-legged companions include two rescued Labrador retrievers (Sophie and Emma).
Doctor Austin Whitlark
Dr. Austin Whitlark graduated from the North Carolina College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011. Dr. Whitlark completed an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in 2012 and entered General practice as an Associate Veterinarian at Dilworth Animal Hospital. She developed a love and respect for animals as a young girl growing up in Charlotte. She graduated from Vance High School where she swam and played lacrosse, volunteered extensively at the Carolina Raptor Center and hiked most weekends at Crowders Mountain.
As an undergraduate at NC State she coached and played lacrosse, volunteered at the Wake County Animal Shelter and Piedmont Wildlife Center, played leadership roles in the Student Alumni Association and Scholar's Council and was selected as the student commencement speaker at the 2005 graduation.
In veterinary school, Dr. Whitlark traveled to Honduras, rural North Carolina, and The Cherokee Nation to provide volunteer veterinary care. She also led the Turtle Rescue Team (https://cvm.ncsu.edu/outreach/turtle-rescue-team/) and started a service organization for future students.
Her professional interests include internal medicine, ophthalmology, surgery, exotics and geriatric care. At home she likes to hike with her family, run, garden, swim, play with her daughter and newborn son, as well as her dog, Layla and cuddle with her cat Moose.
Doctor Molly Culberson
Dr. Molly Culberson was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and has known from her first word (“dog!”) that she wanted to be a veterinarian. She graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Animal Science in 2006, and went on to receive her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University in 2010.
Knowing her dream from a young age, Dr. Culberson grew up working and volunteering with local veterinary hospitals and shelters (both small animal and equine). She also competed in multiple sports in high school, and was a collegiate athlete at N.C. State, competing at the NCAA level in springboard and platform diving.
After graduation, Dr. Culberson completed both academic and private practice internships, and went on to provide veterinary care to the horses of Lexington, Kentucky. After a few years, she moved home to Charlotte in 2014 to be closer to family, and to transition to small animal medicine.
Dr. Culberson’s professional interests include preventative care, geriatric medicine, and internal medicine. She enjoys communicating with owners, and providing a thorough and well-rounded approach to complete veterinary care. Dr. Culberson spends her free time with friends and family, riding her off-the-track-thoroughbred horse (Ben), and enjoys adventures with her German Shepherd, Maizey.
Doctor Matt Ritter, Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon (ACVS)
Dr. Matt Ritter attended Iowa State University where he received his undergraduate degree in Zoology. He then continued on at Iowa State University where he graduated with his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Ritter completed an internship in medicine and surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a residency in surgery at Michigan State University.
Dr. Ritter became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in January 2007 (Dipl. ACVS). Dr. Ritter owns Acacia Mobile Veterinary Surgery and provides assistance to our veterinary team with advanced surgical cases.
Doctor Glen Bonin, Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon
Dr. Glen Bonin was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Dr. Bonin is a 2008 graduate of the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, where he was recognized for academic excellence graduating summa cum lauda. Prior to entering veterinary school, Dr. Bonin was a Paramedic in New Orleans for over 14 years. Following graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Bonin completed a rotating internship at the University of Tennessee followed by a surgical, specialty internship at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center. He then completed a 3-year small animal surgery residency at Texas A&M University. As a senior surgery resident, Dr. Bonin was awarded the 'resident of the year' for his outstanding efforts in both orthopedic surgical research and surgical patient care. Dr. Bonin successfully completed all requirements of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) and attained diplomate status as a board-certified veterinary surgeon. Dr. Bonin has published numerous articles on basic science research as well as veterinary clinical research. The Veterinary Orthopedic Society recognized Dr. Bonin's research advancements by awarding his research efforts at their 2014 annual conference. As a board-certified surgeon, Dr. Bonin excels in soft tissue, orthopedic and neurologic surgery; however, Dr. Bonin has particular interests in wound care, pain management, fracture repair, cruciate ligament injuries, gastrointestinal surgery, and minimally invasive procedures. Dr. Bonin's greatest professional rewards are developing lasting relationships with pet owners and referring veterinarians in the community and improving the lives of his patients and their families. Dr. Bonin is married to Dr. Melissa Schupp, also a veterinarian; they have 2 dogs (Bandit, and Reno). In his off time, Dr. Bonin enjoys fly fishing, mountain biking, martial arts, woodworking, rock climbing, and hanging out with friends and family.
Heather G.Practice Manager
Heather was born in Pittsburgh, PA. She attended the University of Pittsburgh for her undergrad. She completed the veterinary technician program at the Median School of Allied Health in Pittsburgh.
She moved to Charlotte in September 2008 with her family. She has worked with wildlife rehabilitation since she was 14 years old. Her favorite animals to work with are squirrels, deer and racoons.
She has three furry family members - Miller, Gator (pictured), and Doby. In her spare time she likes to go hiking, taking her dogs to the beach, and reading. Her favorite books to read are crime novels. She has been in the veterinary industry for 20 years, and hopes to study and specialize in great danes.
Naomi grew up near Pittsburgh, PA in a small town called Apollo. She had lived there her whole life up until 2017 and decided to venture out and make the move to Charlotte. She grew up with various different pets
such as dogs, cats, a turtle, a rabbit, different lizards, snakes, chameleon, hamster. Naomi always knew she was happiest being around animals. Being an animal lover, Naomi enjoys having so many dog friendly places in Charlotte. She has a Siberian Husky named Veira, who is her best bud and goes everywhere with her. Naomi loves to be outdoors and go camping or hiking and is always down for some good food. She is eager to continue exploring Charlotte and the surrounding areas.
Bio coming soon!
Stacia B.Lead Veterinary Assistant
Stacia grew up in the military (go Navy, beat Army!) and lived overseas for ten years. She moved to Charlotte in 2016 and graduated from UNC Charlotte in 2018 with a degree in Biology. She has three cats that she loves more than anything in the world: MuMu (pictured), Riley, and Nyx. Stacia is a veterinary assistant that is passionate for feline medicine and is Quail Hollow's designated Cat Advocate. She is also Fear Free certified and strives to create an environment that reduces fear, anxiety, and stress for all patients. Off the clock, she enjoys painting, rescuing and fostering orphaned kittens, and spending time with her cats. Stacia has been working in veterinary medicine for 6 years and is currently in school to obtain her Associate's in Applied Veterinary Science and to become a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).
Hector M.Veterinary Assistant
Hector was born in Colombia and has lived in Charlotte for the last 16 years. Before moving to Charlotte, he lived in Corona, Queens. Hector grew up loving all animals, but has two dogs and two cats: Brutus, Boi, and Girl Kitty. Outside of work, Hector likes to spend his time outdoors. He loves snowboarding, skateboarding, and gardening. Hector has a special interest in reptiles and entomology. He has a huge collection of plants and an aquarium.
Linda B.Veterinary Assistant
Linda is from Utica, Michigan and moved to Charlotte, NC with her family in 2016. Linda worked in banking and the mortgage industry for 25 years before changing careers to veterinary medicine in 2019. Linda joined the Quail Hollow team in 2020 as a veterinary assistant. Linda has 6 cats, and two bunnies (pictured is PanPan). She enjoys spending time at the beach with her two teenage boys, Alexander and Declan, and her husband Paul. Linda spends her free time working outdoors, going to the gym, and spending time with her animals.
Hannah D.Veterinary Assistant
Bio coming soon!
Esmeralda MVeterinary Assistant
Esmeralda (Esme) was born and raised in Charlotte, NC. She went to Animal Behavior College and received a certification in veterinary assisting in 2021. Esme has a 11 month old son, Adrian, who she spends all of her time with. In her free time, Esme enjoys journaling, reading about and collecting crystals, and watching documentaries. Esme is especially interested in reptiles and hopes to work with them in the veterinary setting. Pictured with her is a bearded dragon named Patrick.