Dr. Beth Jordan

Veterinarian / Medical Director / Certified Rehab Veterinarian

Beth Jordan, DVM, CCRT has been practicing veterinary medicine since 1990. She received her Bachelors in Animal Science in 1985 and her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1990, both from North Carolina State University. In 2013, she became a Canine Certified Rehabilitation Therapist. She obtained her CCRT through the Canine Rehab Institute in Coral Springs Florida. Dr. Jordan enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Medicine but she really enjoys interacting with her clients and seeing her patients benefit from advanced pain modalities such as laser, E-stim and combination nutritional and drug therapy. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, biking, scuba diving and spending time with her kitties. Dr. Jordan’s greatest passions in life are scuba diving and her kitty Liza. At Creedmoor Road Animal Hospital Dr. Jordan loves working with all animals, but she is fondly referred to as the “Cat Whisperer”.

Dr. Jordan has personally battled chronic Lyme Disease in her life and in 2002 founded The North Carolina Lyme Disease Foundation a 501(3c) non-profit. The Foundation works to provide support to those battling Tick Borne Disease. Dr. Jordan originally was President of the Foundation and now serves on the Advisory Board. Dr. Jordan is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, The North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, The International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society and The American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians.