Dr. Michelle Mayers

Dr. Mayers earned her veterinary medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000. Prior to joining HAH, Dr. Mayers practiced in the lowcountry for 13 years. Awarded the South Carolina Veterinarian of the Year in 2020, she has been an adjunct professor teaching veterinary nursing and has written several chapters and articles on animal health. Dr. Mayers is involved with numerous philantrophic and community events, including "Pet First Aid & CPR," which is taught through the Greenville County Recreation Department.

Dr. Mayers enjoys all aspects of medicine and surgery and is known for her warm and caring bedside manner and excellent communication skills.  Joining her husband and daughter is her Chow Chow blend, Behla, Standard Poodle, Hey Buddy, Bernese Mountain Dog, Gibson and orange tabby cat, Jerry.

Dr. Stacy Logsdon

Dr. Logsdon earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2012.  She was raised in Virginia and attended the University of Virginia for her undergraduate studies in Biology.

Dr. Logsdon believes in strong community ties and has spent time volunteering as a firefighter and EMT in her home state of Virginia. She is the former Greater Greenville Veterinary Medicine President and has made Greenville her home. She has an interest in radiology, dentistry and internal medicine. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering, cooking, reading, camping and horseback riding.  Dr. Logsdon has a Dachshund, Hunter, and a Bullmastiff named Winnie Winchester.

Dr. Andrea Gilstrap

Dr. Gilstrap graduated from Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She grew up in Orange County, New York and attended Binghamton University in upstate NY for her undergraduate education. After veterinary school, Dr. Gilstrap spent a year completing a competitive internship program in general/specialty medicine, surgery and emergency medicine at Oradell Animal Hospital in New Jersey. Afterwards, she ventured down south and practiced general medicine in northeast Georgia, while doing some emergency work on the side.

Dr. Gilstrap’s interests include emergency and critical care medicine, internal medicine, and dermatology. In her free time, she enjoys painting, arts and crafts and tap dancing. She lives with her husband Joe, daughter, Adalynn, and their pets- a mixed breed dog named Cody, a French Bulldog named Bruno, two black cats, Bergen and Nollee, and orange tabby, Lenny.

Dr. Tashina Elswick

Dr. Elswick grew up in Cabin Creek, West Virginia, and attended Marshall University for her undergraduate and graduate education in Biology/Zoology. She earned her doctorate degree from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After veterinary school, she practiced in Biloxi, Mississippi, on the Gulf Coast for 4 years. She relocated to the Greater Greenville area to be closer to their hometown and family.
Dr. Elswick enjoys spending time with her husband, two young children, and four kitties (Kitty Soft Paws, Tux, Dak, and Charlie). She also enjoys fishing, cooking, singing and dancing, and being outdoors. She loves the variety and sense of community that general practice provides and especially enjoys the challenges of dermatology and internal medicine. She believes in treating every patient as her own pet and every client as family.

Dr. Katy Bailey

Dr. Katy Bailey graduated from Oklahoma State University with her doctor of veterinary medicine in 2014. Her desire to become a veterinarian began in her childhood where she grew up in northwest Indiana on her family’s farm. Katy was very active in the 4-H program and completed her undergraduate at Purdue University in Animal Sciences.  Before joining Hillcrest Animal Hospital,  she practiced in northeast and middle Tennessee in both mixed and small animal exclusive practice. Katy is excited to call the Upstate home after following her love for the outdoors and childhood friends here.

Dr. Bailey focuses on providing compassionate care and developing lasting relationships with her clients and patients. She enjoys most every aspect of general practice especially client education and helping owners effectively manage their pet’s long term health conditions. Katy loves all things outdoors and also volunteers in her community through Meals on Wheels. Her roommates include Hank (a heeler mix,) Sebe (a dachshund mix,) Wally (an orange tabby,) and Spunky (a tortoise shell.)