Carrie Carman, DVM
A graduate of the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Carman began practice as an associate veterinarian in Asheville in 1985. She found her niche in companion animal and equine medicine, and soon formed a partnership with Dr. Scott Stevenson in Hendersonville in 1988. Together, they have made Animal Care Clinic of Hendersonville an institution for compassionate and capable general medicine and surgery.
An animal lover since early childhood, Dr. Carman enjoyed a rural upbringing in the Texas hill country. Dogs, Cats, and horses have always been near and dear to her heart. After a family move to Knoxville, Tennessee, it was a natural progression of her passion for animals to lead to a degree in veterinary medicine. She and Dr. Stevenson became friends during the pre-veterinary curriculum, and have remained such ever since.
Dr. Carman is a member in good standing of the AVMA, AAEP, and NCVMA. She loves the community atmosphere of Hendersonville. Her hobbies include reading, anything outdoors, golf, her pets and horses (Nosey, Minnie, Coalbie, Cooper, Smurf, Chico, Precious and Stubby), and eating out!
Scott Stevenson DVM
Scott Stevenson DVM is a 1985 graduate from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. He has practiced in North Carolina for 28 years and was inspired to be a veterinarian while working for his father, Dr. James H. Stevenson, who was a large animal practitioner in rural Tennessee.
Scott’s primary focus is now small animal medicine and surgery, primarily for dogs and cats. He is married and has two children and lives in Flat Rock NC with a menagerie of dogs and cats, mostly rescues from the community.