SPCA Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic Veterinarians
Phillip L. Curry, D.V.M., brings thirty years of successful veterinary clinic operation in Illinois and Sanford, Florida, to our clinic. With a wide range of experience in small animal surgery and illness diagnosis, he obtained his doctorate from the University of Illinois in 1976. He is a customer oriented practitioner who understands the mission of the SPCA and is committed to supporting those objectives. His practical experience with small animal care is a perfect fit for our clinic operation.
Dr. Bryan Noble graduated from the School of Veterinary Medicine at Louisiana State University in May of 2005 after completing undergraduate studies at the University of Florida, Gainesville, in 2001.
Dr. Noble brings a wealth of experience and a true compassion for animals to our clinic – his quest for knowledge has included externships at such varied facilities as The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans, The Animal Medical Center in New York City and The Animal Clinic of Los Alamos in New Mexico. His outside interests include computers and technology, the Orange County Special Olympics as a volunteer, the Central Florida Gator Club, and the AKC Canine Good Citizens reward based obedience training courses.
Dr. Nermin Massoud officially joined our team September 9, 2010 as a relief vet while our primary veterinarians were on vacation. Prior to that, she donated her time as a volunteer for the SPCA, spaying and neutering our shelter friends.
Dr. Massoud received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1995 from Alexandria University in Egypt. Relocating to the United States in 2000, she and her husband decided to start a family. She continued her education and received her DVM in the United States in 2007 from Tuskegee University of Alabama.
Dr. Massoud performs spays and neuters for the SPCA 1 day a week as well as seeing clients for wellness exams, treatments, diagnostics and routine care on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Dr. Massoud takes great pride in her position and profession and enjoys nothing more than caring for the pets of Brevard County. Her primary experience and interest is in the care of canine and feline family members.
On a personal level, she enjoys swimming, reading, spending time with her family and all types of sports.