Veterinarians

Sandra Albright, DVM-Practice Owner 
Dr Albright was raised in Pennsylvania, grew up surrounded by animals, and always knew she would be a veterinarian. She earned her undergraduate degree from Penn State and later moved to Raleigh so she could attend North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She opened Crossroads Veterinary Hospital doors over 28 years ago as the only veterinarian in the practice. Dr. Albright supports over 10 local animal rescue organizations and provides daily veterinary care for many of these rescued animals. Dr. Albright also enjoys running, gardening, and spending time with her husband, 2 daughters, and rescued dog and 2 cats. 

Samantha Williams, DVM

Dr. Samantha Williams grew up in Chapel Hill, NC and currently resides in Apex. She earned her veterinary degree from St. George’s university and completed her clinical experience at NC State.  Dr. Williams loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, but is most passionate about preventative medicine and geriatric comfort. She enjoys building strong relationships with patients and clients. Dr. Williams shares her home with 2 rescue dogs, Doc and Dugan. Outside of work, she can be found adventuring outdoors, running, biking, gardening, or rock climbing.

 

Jocelyn Pease, DVM

 

Dr. Pease graduated from the NCSU CVM and started her career in Eastern NC and where she gained intensive emergency medical experience and training. She later moved back to the triangle and has been part of the CVH team for many years. Dr. Pease enjoys her spare time with her husband, 2 children, and 3 rescue dogs and chickens. 

Sandra Marshall, DVM

Dr. Sandra Marshall is a 2002 graduate of the Cornell University College
of Veterinary Medicine.  A lifelong passion for animals has followed her
across the world from Canada, to France, and to the United States,
culminating in the Triangle region of North Carolina.    Her
professional interests include ophthalmology, dermatology, and
discussing complex internal medicine cases with her colleagues.   She
lives in Garner with her husband and two tabby cats.    She fills her
extra hours outside work riding her off-the-track Thoroughbred in Fuquay
Varina, reading, and bird watching on her deck


Rachel Davis, DVM

 

Dr. Rachel Davis is originally from the Chicago suburbs and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She moved to North Carolina from Maryland in 1997 and graduated from NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. Since graduation, she has worked in small animal practice in Chatham county and Cary. Her interests include client education, making visits as fear-free as possible, pain management, wound care, dentistry and soft tissue surgery.  Rachel and her husband, Clark, live in Cary with their daughter, their dog Edie, three cats, Sid, Pygmonkey and Fuzz Button, and a growing menagerie of hamsters, frogs, and small lizards. In her free time, Rachel enjoys swimming, reading, knitting and sewing.

 

 

 

Tristin Lamberton, DVM- 

 

Dr Lamberton graduated from NCSU CVM and has done everything from emergency medicine to wildlife rescue. She works part-time at CVH and spends her spare time on her farm and mobile practice.