Our Veterinarians and Staff
Dr. Moody McCall
Dr. Moody McCall is a Jacksonville native He grew up knowing he wanted to be a veterinarian and began working with Dr. RoyBrinkman at Arlington Animal Hospital when he was thirteen. After graduating from University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986, he and his wife, Eugenia, moved to the beach. In 1989 he purchased San Pablo Animal Hospital. In 1997, a new hospital buidling was built at 13185 Atlantic Blvd.
The McCall's have two adult sons, Clark and Chase. He loves photography, tennis, and dog training. He has served on the Board of Directors for Canine Companions for Independence and has trained eleven service dogs for them. He has a black lab, Oko, and a golden retriever, McCall, named by CCI after him. In addition, he has served as president of UF CVM Alumni Council, the Veterinary Admissions Committee, and is a recipient of the Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award. He is class coordinator for the outstanding class of 1986!
Dr. Heidi Chupp
Dr. Heidi Chupp graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in Madison in 1999. She and her husband, Brad, moved to Jacksonville later that year. She joined San Pablo Animal Hospital in 2001.
They have a multitude of critters: Jack, a greyhound; Duggan, a small mixed breed terrier; and 2 kitties, Lazlo and Stewie. Dr. Chupp enjoys boating, reading, skiing, and scuba diving. A Green Bay Packer and Wisconsin Badger fan since childhood, Dr. Chupp has adopted the Jacksonville Jaguars, and is always looking forward to a "successful" season.
Dr. Chase McCall
Following in his father's footsteps, Dr. Chase McCall, graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in June 2018. Upon graduation he joined the practice and is now part owner. Chase is married to veterinarian, Dr. Mallory Nebel. They have five furry children, Lilly, a Labrador retriever; Lucy and Archie, Golden Retrievers; Scout, a doodle; and Aryia, a husky. He loves tennis, the beach, hiking and working out.
Eugenia McCall grew up in Cairo, GA, and graduated from LaGrange College in 1981, married Moody McCall, and moved to Gainesville, FL. She worked at UF College of Veterinary Medicine in student affairs, then taught math at Stanton College Prep and Florida State College after moving to Jacksonville. She now works part time as Office Manager. Eugenia has 2 cats, Charlie and Mac, enjoys helping train puppies for Canine Companions for Independence, playing tennis, reading, and getting to know the clients and pets at San Pablo Animal Hospital.
Janet moved to Jacksonville from Maine with her husband, Dan. Janet has spent many years working as a Licensed Veterinary Technician.
She enjoys beachcombing, kayaking, and discovering all the new creatures here in Florida. She has 2 grown sons, a granddaughter, a Boston terrier named Finn, and a cat.
Kayla is an amazing new addition to our technician staff. She has been a surgical technician and veterinary assistant since 2016, and has a degree in Animal Science from Sante Fe College.
Brittney Kelley has completed her BA at the University of Florida as well as her Masters in Veterinary Forensics. She hopes to one day be a veterinarian. She works as a technician assisting our doctors in the exam rooms, lab, and surgery.
Sam joined us in November 2022 and is dedicated to the health of your pets and assists the doctors in the exam room, prepares lab tests and fills prescriptions. She is enjoying getting to know all of our clients and their furry friends.
Miriam Brooks heads our reception staff. She joined San Pablo Animal Hospital in 2010 and earned a degree in Biomedical Science in 2017. Miriam has many years of experience as a veterinary receptionist in Orlando and Jacksonville. We are delighted to have her at our front desk. She has 4 longhaired Chihuahua’s, Kenji, Kitsu, Fergie, and Tootsie.
Amber Griffin has been with San Pablo Animal Hospital since 1999. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and has worked as both a receptionist and animal technician.
Amber has a small zoo at her house including a mutt, , 2 Chihuahuas, enough cats to make folks call her a "crazy cat lady," bunnies, tortoises, turtles, a bearded dragon, 21 leopard geckos, an aviary and a fish tank! As you can imagine, she is great at answering almost any animal question. Besides taking care of all her pets, her hobbies are gardening, crafts, and pet sitting.
Margie joined San Pablo Animal Hospital in 2018. She came to us with over ten years experience as a veterinary receptionist. She has four cats and a beloved doggie named Ginger. Born in Kentucky with family in the horse business, Margie has a love for horses and riding, and she sings too!
Sophia joined San Pablo Animal Hospital in 2011. She obtained her grooming certificate shortly after graduating from high school and attended Animal Behavior College to obtain certification as a Veterinary Assistant. Sophia has a great way with animals and loves making them look gorgeous. She says, working with animals is the best job in the world.
She has a daughter and one fur baby, a shih-tzu named Cammie. Other hobbies include playing softball and spending time with her friends and family.
Kiana Wiley is perfect at taking care of all your pets when they board with us, making sure they all get fed, walked, loved on, bathed, groomed, and medicated. In addition, she is a lean, mean, cleaning machine so our kennel sparkles and shines.
Shannon Ruscitti began working in our kennel in 2005. Before coming to San Pablo Animal Hospital, Shannon was a volunteer at the Humane Society.
Shannon’s hobbies are making beaded jewelry, reading, bike riding, and military history. Her favorite part of working at San Pablo Animal Hospital is hanging out in the back with your animals.
Courtney Reese assists with baths and grooms and does a great job taking care of the pets in our kennel.
Olivia is currently studying at UNF as a pre-veterinary student. She enjoys taking care of your pets when they come for a stay in our kennel or when they come in for a bath or groom.
Sophie enjoys taking care of your pets when they are boarding in our kennel. She also assists our groomer with bathing and grooming when your pets come for a day of beauty.
Kennedy has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 4 years old! She has begun her veterinary application by gaining animal care experience in our kennel where she takes care of the day to day, feeding, walking, medicating, and bathing of your pets.