Dr. Timothy Jordan
Dr. Timothy Jordan has been a practicing veterinarian for over 35 years and has worked with both large and small veterinary practices. He also currently owns and has previously owned several veterinary practices, modernizing their care and service to meet the needs of the communities they serve.
Dr. Jordan has a passion for veterinary surgery and has completed advanced training and certification to further his surgical skills and techniques. He has now performed over 3,000 different orthopedic procedures and can offer colleagues and pet owners alike an insight into the possible options and outcomes of many orthopedic and soft tissue problems encountered in a veterinary practice.
Dr. Heather Beveridge
Originally from coastal North Carolina, animal care became a passion for Dr. Beveridge early on: she grew up with horses and her first job was as an assistant at a local veterinary hospital. She went on to earn both her undergraduate degree and DVM from North Carolina State University and worked five years in large and small animal practice before coming to West Hills Veterinary Centre.
Dr. Beveridge has a special interest in orthopedics, veterinary sports medicine, geriatric mobility and pain management—which means she’s definitely a fan of senior pets and loves helping them achieve mobility and freedom from pain. She also enjoys the fact that at West Hills, clients are like family and patients are more than just pets.
When she’s not caring for your animal companions at the hospital, Dr. Beveridge enjoys horseback riding, herding with her border collies Happy and Dory, painting and cuddling with her cat Donnie.
Dr. Christen Ragle
When Dr. Ragle is not saving the lives of animals or hanging with her pets, she makes fancy decorated cakes as a hobby. She also enjoys traveling and kayaking when the weather is nice.
Dr. Ragle has known veterinary medicine was her calling for quite some time—she’s been working in vet hospitals since 2006 and earned her DVM from St. George’s University in 2015. She has a special interest in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and puppy training.
After living in the Caribbean for three years, Dr. Ragle scuba dives and loves and travel. When she’s not seeing patients, she enjoys spending time with her three rescue dogs—a beagle, a Plott hound and a Newfoundland.