Our Team

kelly sigle ophthalmologist

Kelly Sigle, DVM, Diplomate ACVO

Dr. Kelly Sigle graduated with High Honors from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002 and then completed a small-animal rotating internship in NC (2002-2003).  She completed her residency in Comparative Ophthalmology at Iowa State University, passed her board exams on the first go, and then returned to Greensboro, NC in 2006.  Dr. Sigle is board-certified in Veterinary Ophthalmology and a member of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists. 

She has lived and worked in the Triad since 2006 and is an active member of the local community as well as serving on multiple committees for her specialty college.  After working for Carolina Veterinary Specialists for 14 years, she elected to leave in 2020 to pursue opening her own veterinary ophthalmology clinic.  While waiting out her non-compete, she provided locum and consulting services all over the country in both private practice and at Veterinary Teaching Hospitals (Universities).  She is very happy to FINALLY be able to open her own practice in April of 2023!

Dr. Sigle and her husband currently live with one dog and two cats.  She enjoys running, hiking, gardening, cooking, live music and art. 

Tammi Riley

Registered Veterinary Technician

Tammi Riley is a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) who graduated from Central Carolina Community College in 2003. Since graduating she worked in general practice, an emergency hospital and then landed in the specialty of Ophthalmology in 2015. Tammi has an identical twin sister and three younger brothers. She enjoys spending her spare time doing diamond dot paintings, watching all things horror and her favorite holiday is Halloween. She has one three-legged baby at home, Beadreaux, who spends most days at the office with us and is the unofficial mascot of the business.

Anita Romano

Anita Romano


Anita Romano, a West Virginia native, moved to Greensboro in 2001 and has been working in the veterinary field since then.  She loves being involved with helping animals and especially in the adoption of senior pets. She lives with her fiancĂ©, Nicholas, their 5 dogs, 3 cats, and chickens. In her free time, Anita enjoys gardening, hiking, cooking and almost everything outdoors.

Erin Smith

Veterinary Assistant

Erin began her career in the veterinary field nine years ago working from general practice to emergency medicine and into the specialty field of ophthalmology.

She enjoys silly puns, true crime documentaries, attempting to garden, scruffy puppies, well behaved cats, and cooking.

Erin Smith
bree brown veterinary assistant

Bree Brown

Veterinary Assistant

Bree Brown entered the field in 2015. She had worked in both general practice and specialty care before making the move to ophthalmology. Her true passion, however, will always be in feline rescue and adoption. Bree has a special way of handling the newborn kittens and foster kitties with health issues that no one else can handle.

Bree has six cats at home including one with severe spinal issues who requires around the clock care and love. She and her wife also have 2 dogs in the home. When Bree has spare time she likes to visit the North Carolina mountains or simply hang out with her critters at home.