The Graylyn Family
Our Veterinary Team
Meet Our Doctors
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Dr. Nick Garrick
Our Staff Members
Dr. Nick Garrick, Veterinarian
Dr. Garrick graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 and obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry, from Salisbury University. Dr. Garrick was part of the Windcrest family from 2000 to 2006, and now he is back! Prior to joining our team again, he was an Associate Veterinarian in Boca Raton, FL for 15 years. While off duty, Dr. Garrick enjoys reading, gardening, and taking trips to the beach. Fun Fact: He is a big Disney fan and is an annual pass holder to Walt Disney World & Universal Orlando! He shares his home with two black cats, Oscar & Ethan; a Quaker Parrot, Tootsie; a Red footed Tortoise, Gamora; and 7 tarantulas! Dr. Garrick is best known for his compassion as he has a profound understanding of others’ needs and wants.
Gabby Quinlan, Practice Manager
Gabby obtained her Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Harcum College and has been in the Veterinary field for more than 12 years. She became Centreville’s Practice Manager in 2019 after wanting to manage a team in the field that she adores. Over the next five years she simply strives to continue on the same path due to her love for animals. Gabby enjoys spending her free time with family, and making memories along the way. Along with her three children, Gabby shares her home with two dogs and a laid-back cat named Mr. BoJangles. Gabby’s philosophy is that all pets are family and should be treated that way.
Stephanie Davis, Veterinary Technician
Before joining Graylyn, Stephanie worked at a small animal practice, training from the bottom up. Starting her experience in the kennel department until becoming a fully capable trained technician. After graduating high school, she completed her core classes with a local community college before continuing her education with an online veterinary technician program. In 5 years, Stephanie hopes to be a Licensed Veterinary Technician and to gain more hands-on experience with exotic animals. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dogs, photography, and camping. She shares her home with two huskies, a hound mix, two cats, and a bird! Stephanie’s superpower is helping our more fearful patients have better, less stressful experiences with us.
Dr. Thomas Wilkerson, Chief of Staff
Dr. Tom Wilkerson has known since the age of 4 that he wanted to be a veterinarian and has been working with animals since 13, when he started as a kennel attendant. After fulfilling a family tradition of military service by enlisting in the Army and service 4 years in the Republic of Korea, Dr. Wilkerson went on to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. He graduated from Delaware Valley College in 2005 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Conservation & Biotechnology and then from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2009. Following graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Wilkerson worked as an Associate Veterinarian in Newtown, PA before joining Windcrest Animal Hospital. He left Windcrest for a short-time to gain more experience in emergency medicine, before returning to the Graylyn Crest Animal Hospital, as Chief of Staff in March 2019.
Tom has developed a special interest in exotic animal medicine and surgery from his own pets growing up and experiences working with wildlife and with lab animals. He also enjoys dog and cat internal medicine and surgery, as well. Tom and his wife, Jasmin, have two daughters, Tonet and Keira. They also share their home with 2 cats, Ophelia & Laertes, and a mixed-breed dog, named IHOP. In their rare down time, they enjoy quiet time at home building puzzles, playing video games and just spending time as a family.
Dr. Rebecca Revay, VMD
Rebecca Revay, VMD, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Her interest in animals started with horseback riding as a kid, but her interest turned to small animals when she became a vet assistant in a small animal practice in New Jersey. In addition to treating cats and dogs, she is very interested in exotics. She grew up having rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, parrots, parakeets, turtles, toads, and snakes as pets. She also has interests in wildlife and zoo medicine and has done externships at Six Flags Great Adventure Safari in New Jersey and at the Wildlife Center of Virginia, as well as volunteering at a wildlife rehabilitation center throughout her high school and college years. Her pets include a rabbit (Penguin) and her horse (Jackie). In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding, playing bass guitar and violin, painting, quidditch, and video games.