Dr. Stonebridge originally hails from New York City, but has toured the United States over the past few years before finding home with us at Mountain View. The majority of her early exposure to veterinary medicine was in the equine and large animal world, and during her school years she worked for over 8 years managing and teaching at an equestrian camp in upstate New York. She completed her undergraduate degree at Lake Erie College in Ohio, where she focused on Equestrian Studies and Biology. After completing her Bachelor's, Dr. Stonebridge moved to North Carolina to gain more experience in small animal medicine before applying to veterinary school. While working as an assistant, she quickly fell in love with the pace and variety that emergency medicine presented. Her path then took her to Kansas State, where Dr. Stonebridge earned her DVM in 2015. Returning to North Carolina, she completed a 1 year rotating internship at Carolina Veterinary Specialists working emergency and with specialists in Internal Medicine, Surgery, Neurology, Oncology and Cardiology. Although Dr. Stonebridge appreciates all aspects of veterinary medicine, her special interests include wound repair and management, neurology and pain management. When not at work, Dr. Stonebridge spends time with her horse whom she competes in Eventing and Jumper competitions, hiking with her husband and their dogs, and other outdoor activities. She is an avid reader and loves to cook for friends and family. Dr. Stonebridge is on the American Veterinary Medical Foundation Scholarship Committee, and is involved in selecting recipients for various veterinary school scholarships.