Staff

Dr. Carri Hampton

Dr. Carri W. Hampton has been at Blue Flint Animal Hospital since March 2001. Prior to her employment at Blue Flint she worked as a mixed animal practitioner in Rockingham, NC.

A native of southern Davidson County, Dr. Hampton graduated from North Carolina State University with a BS in Animal Science. She also obtained minors in both, Nutrition and Poultry Science. While completing her undergraduate studies, she was involved in many collegiate organizations. She was on the NCSU Collegiate Livestock Judging Team, Vice President and President of the NCSU Animal Science Club, and Reporter for the Agri- Life Council.

Dr. Hampton graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. While in veterinary school, she served in multiple leadership roles in the Student Chapter of the AABP (American Association of Bovine Practitioners). She was also actively involved in the Student Chapter of AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). For 2 years, Dr. Hampton worked for the Iams Company as a student representative for NCSU CVM. She served as a resource and liaison for research information on Iams pet products. Her senior year, Dr. Hampton received multiple awards in Equine Medicine. Fresh out of school, Dr. Hampton joined a mixed animal practice in Rockingham, NC. She truly enjoyed large and small animal medicine but the challenge and intrigue of small animal medicine won her heart and she joined Blue Flint in 2001.

Currently, Dr. Hampton practices and manages full time. She has special interests in Dermatology, Geriatric Medicine, and Practice Management. Dr. Hampton also enjoys small exotic medicine especially ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits and birds.

Dr. Hampton is a devoted Christian, active in her church and loves the outdoors. She teaches a Children’s Sunday School Class each Sunday and is a group leader for a Women’s Missionary Organization Group. She also, actively serves on the Children’s Committee. Dr. Hampton is working with her husband and young daughter to develop their 184 acre farm into a working and productive cattle operation. She claims 2 four legged family members, Cheyenne and Cindy.


Dr. Jennifer Massey

dr-masseyDr. Jennifer Lynn Massey is an associate veterinarian at Blue Flint Animal Hospital. Dr. Massey received her Bachelor of Sciences from Auburn University in 2003 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tuskegee University in 2008.

Dr. Massey moved to Burlington, NC upon graduation from veterinary school and began practicing in emergency medicine. From there, she traveled throughout the Triad region working as a relief veterinarian prior to joining Blue Flint.

Dr. Massey loves both equine and small animal medicine. Her main interests include small animal internal and preventative medicine. She hopes to pursue board certification in small animal internal medicine in the future.

In Dr. Massey’s spare time she participates in the rebuilding of the equine establishment on her family farm in Hokes Bluff, AL with her father to the greatness that it was once enjoyed by her grandparents, Sarah and LD Massey.

Dr. Massey currently lives in Burlington, NC with her 3 four legged children – Colby, her lovable and handsome golden retriever; and Bootsie and Buttons, her mischievous and independent cats.


Dr. Karin Roth

Dr. Karin Roth obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Gulf Coast University. She is also a graduate of Tuskegee University where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Roth has a special interest in advanced surgeries involving orthopedics and soft tissue.

Originally from Sweden, she moved at a young age to Fort Myers, Florida. Her personal interests include skiing, boating, hiking and other outdoor activities.She currently has 4 dogs and 1 cat and resides in Archdale, NC.