Downtown Pet Hospital
We currently have 3 veterinarians, 5 veterinary nurses, 2 client care specialists, and 3 animal care attendants! Surgeries are performed daily, as well as routine annual vaccinations, puppy & kitten vaccinations, and examinations of sick patients.
Dr. James Califf
Dr. James Califf received his undergraduate degree from Auburn University. In 1970, he received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Califf has practiced in the Orlando area for over 30 years. In addition to hospital practice, Dr. Califf has maintained a house call practice that serves the greater Orlando area. Dr. Califf is a past president of the Central Florida Veterinary Medical Association. He served as the hospital director of the Veterinary Emergency Clinic of Central Florida for 17 years. Along with his wife Linda, Dr. Califf lives with his Golden Retriever, and Lovebird.
Dr. Christine McCully
Dr. Christine McCully received her undergraduate degree from Stetson University in 2001. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 from the University of Florida. Her interests include dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and medicine. Dr. McCully lives in Altamonte Springs, and enjoys water skiing & surfing, snow skiing, gardening, photography, and playing with her kids & pets. Along with her husband John, daughter Emma, and son Will, Dr. McCully lives with 2 cats named Callie & Grey, a miniature goldendoodle named Gracie (who is a therapy dog), and a rescue Golden Retriever named Lily.
Dr. Liz Moorefield
Dr. Moorefield is originally from Lexington KY and completed her undergraduate degree from the University o f Kentucky. She then attended the Auburn School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2007. Dr. Moorefield started her veterinary career in Equine Practice, but after a few years she discovered her newly found interest and opportunity in small animal medicine. She greatly enjoys educating her clients in the benefits of preventative care and partnering with them to provide the quality comprehensive care for their pet in all stages of life. She has a strong interest in internal medicine, and a growing interest in dentistry and soft tissue surgery. Outside of the office she enjoys exploring Florida (and all of its theme parks) with her husband Bill, or spending time with their four-legged family members – 2 geriatric Italian greyhounds, a min pin, a cat and a horse.