Amanda Miller, DVM
Dr. Miller is originally from Princeton, New Jersey and grew up competing on the East Coast jumper show circuit. She worked for several years as a registered veterinary technician in both small animal emergency/critical care and equine surgery before attending veterinary school. While a veterinary student, Dr. Miller served as the president for the Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. In 2011, she received the distinguished American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Clinical Excellence Award. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Auburn University’s College Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Miller’s veterinary interests include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, emergency medicine, and critical care. She is active in assisting Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control in caring for ill and injured homeless animals and always has at least one foster animal at her house. Outside of the clinic, she competes in the jumpers with her horses.
Jamie McLaughlin, DVM
Dr. McLaughlin is a South Florida native, having grown up in Broward County. She spent 15 wonderful years in Gainesville before returning to her roots and making a home here in Palm Beach County. She was a veterinary technician for many years prior to becoming a veterinarian. While a vet student, she was President of the Student Chapter of the Association of Shelter Veterinarians, and she has spent many years volunteering her services through local rescue organizations. Dr. McLaughlin’s veterinary interests include Soft Tissue Surgery, Oncology and Dermatology. Dr. McLaughlin is a graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
In her down time, Dr. McLaughlin enjoys spending her time with her husband, three children and two cats. They enjoy spending time outdoors and exploring their new home town of Wellington.
Thomas A. Griffith, DVM, CVA, CVCP
Dr. Griffith is married to Cyndi Elmore Griffith, an accomplished equestrian. They have three children; Alex, Christian, and Victoria. The animal side of the family consists of 2 dogs, a Jack Russell mix and a Bahamian Potcake and 3 cats all of which were rescued. There are also 2 ponies and 2 horses that round out the family.
Dr. Griffith has been an Equine practitioner in South Florida for many years. He trained under some of the most highly respected Veterinarians in the country in both Small animal and Equine medicine and surgery. Dr. Griffith worked with Dr. J.H. Yarborough for his small animal training and developed his Equine skills under Dr. William J. Lee, Jr. Dr. Griffith focuses on Complementary medicine at PBAH, is certified in Acupuncture and is a Certified Veterinary Chiropractioner. Dr. Griffith uses many advanced therapies that are not commonly found at the average animal hospital.
Dr. Griffith is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine.