Meet our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Arch Creek Animal Clinic in North Miami Beach! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets! Please call us at (305) 945-1223 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Williams

Dr. Albert Williams

Practice Owner and Veterinarian

Education: University of Florida Hometown: Lake City, Florida

Arch Creek Animal Clinic’s Dr. Albert F. Williams, III was born and raised in the rural, north Florida town of Lake City. Having the advantage of growing up on a farm, he was exposed early in life to the importance/value of companion animals and the human-animal bond, as well as the economic importance of healthy farm animals. At the age of three, during his first visit to an animal hospital with his puppy, Skeeter, he announced to his mother–”Wow! Dogs have doctors too! I want to be a veterinarian when I grow up”. His childhood love and devotion to an array of adopted, rescued, and “farm-bred” pets—Skeeter (the German Shepherd), Rosalyn (the Yorkshire pig), Misty (the domestic short-hair cat), Roscoe (the Braford bull), Red River (the Quarter horse)—continued to fuel his dream. The dream became reality at the University of Florida where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture in 1988 and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1992.

Following graduation, Dr. Williams accepted a position with the prestigious Knowles Animal Clinics in Miami, developing a particular interest in preventive medicine; internal medicine; orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. After 11 years in practice, he purchased the Arch Creek location in September 2003.

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Dr. Williams free time is often spent with his family and occasionally (when they allow) improving his golf game and watching basketball. He enjoys spending extended time away by gathering up the kids and driving back "home" to the country.

Practice Manager


Elizabeth Williams

Hometown: Miami Pets: Ollie (domestic short hair), Sebastian aka Todd (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel) and Kion (domestic medium hair)

Elizabeth has been a fixture at Arch Creek Animal Clinic for many years. She began her path in the veterinary field in 1997 as a receptionist. She came to realize that her love for animals (especially cats) Human Resources and Practice Management could be combined. Overseeing many areas of the practice her philosophy is “the client doesn’t need us, we need the client”. This philosophy is the driving force behind patient care and customer service at Arch Creek Animal Clinic. She enjoys spending her free time reading (historical and horror novels), spending time with her family and watching “her shows” (The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Vikings).

Office Manager

DoraDora Fonticiella

Pets: Kitty Kitty (Domestic Shorthair)

Dora has been with the practice for a few years, initially as a receptionist/patient coordinator. Her dedication and proficiency lead to her being promoted, and is now in charge of client relations and maintaining the highest level of customer service for our clients. Her positivity and “can do” attitude is an infectious part of her personality. If you have questions about Pet Insurance, Financing, invoicing or any myriad of things relating to your account or customer service reach out to Dora and she will find a solution. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and diving.



Jermaine Roberson

Education:University of Delaware Pets: Pullo, American Bull dog

Jermaine has had a passion for animals since he was 3 years old. He has been a Veterinary Technician for the past 15+ years, with experience in general and specialty practices. He is currently the surgical technician at Arch Creek Animal Clinic. When your pet is admitted for surgery Jermaine will be your point of contact and the initial caregiver. It’s his job to prepare your pet for their procedure by completing all necessary bloodwork and prepping procedures, monitor their vitals during the procedure and provide nursing care to your pet after the procedure is completed. Jermaine has assisted Dr. Williams in every surgical procedure since 2014. He enjoys spending time watching basketball, cheering on The Miami Heat.

LauraLaura Teruel

Education: University of Santo Domingo Pets: Buddah (Terrier), Agatha, Fendi, Blue, Venus (Domestic Shorthair)

Laura has had an interest in Veterinary Medicine since as long as she can remember. She followed that dream to receiving her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Santo Domingo. She is dedicated to providing compassionate veterinary care and exceptional customer service. Her warm personality is not only felt during your pets visit but also days later when she calls you to follow up on your pets condition. She is an avid traveler who has been around the world. Her next adventure is furthering her career in Veterinary Medicine and practicing in the States. Her free time includes biking, going to the beach and various outdoor activities.

Brittany Wilson

Education: Stanford Brown

Hometown: FT. Lauderdale

Pets: AJ (shepherd mix), Major (American Bulldog mix), Tete (tabby) and Bam Bam (domestic shorthair)

Brittany started off her career in veterinary medicine in a feline only practice and has acquired a very particular set of technician skills…. Unlike their dog counterparts cats command a certain amount of respect and Brittany is our onsite cat whisperer. The most rewarding part of her job is witnessing the miracle of a pet with a proposed grave outcome leave the practice happy and healthy. Like a true South Floridian her hobbies include anything water related, skating, music and dancing. d

Chris Iovino

Education: Florida International University Pets: Meowgi (Siamese), Vampire (Russian Blue)

Chris is new to the team at Arch Creek Animal Clinic. His job is to help make your pets examination stress free and efficient. For him the most interesting thing about working in Veterinary Medicine is the human/animal bond and putting together the puzzle of diagnosing and treating patients. His desire to know “why” has fueled him to pursue his ultimate goal of one day becoming a Veterinarian. In the interim he is honing his skills in not only the science of Veterinary Medicine but the emotional impact created between a pet parent and their furry companion. In his free time he enjoys playing video games and traveling.

Technician Assistant

Teresa Dela Aguilera

Pets: Snowy (domestic short hair), Grizzy (domestic short hair)

Teresa is a Veterinary Technician Assistant at Arch Creek Animal Clinic. If you pet is boarding or hospitalized chances are that Teresa is the one keeping them happy and comfortable. She assists in all aspects of your pet’s stay, from feeding, walking, playing and comforting them to assisting the Technician in completing treatment orders. Her goal is to continue her passion and become a Veterinary Technician and make an even greater impact on the life of animals. Her hobbies include reading and playing computer games.



Alejandra Medina

Education: Emory University

Hometown: Miami

Pets: Pooky (shih Tzu mix), Crece (min. poodle mix). Palmache (squirrel), Avocado (turtle) and several birds

As can be gathered by her massive array of pets Alejandra is an animal lover. Becoming a veterinarian has been a dream of hers since she was five years old. She decided there was no better way to fulfill that dream than to immerse herself in every aspect of veterinary medicine. Alejandra’s goal is to help animals live a wonderful life and that starting point is when the client and patient walk in the door. It’s her job to assist clients in all aspects of their pets care. From scheduling appointments, processing your pets insurance or getting answers to a myriad of questions she is happy to help. When she’s not studying to become a Veterinarian she spends her free time on soccer, track, dancing and with friends.

Jorge Garcia

Hometown: Miami Gardens

Pets: Jack (german shepherd mix), Dolly (Persian) and Harry (Rabbit)

Jorge has always had an affinity towards animals. While in high school he took a chance to volunteer at a veterinary clinic and his interest was sparked! Since that first opportunity he decided working in veterinary medicine was what he wanted to do. Fulfilling the post of being a client liaison allows him the opportunity to be exposed to all aspect of a veterinary practice. From the first phone call to the practice to the point your pet is discharged and beyond, Jorge is happy to assist you in anything you may need. His favorite leisure activity is writing.

Clinic Cat


Education: Onsite training Hometown: North Miami Beach Florida

Dorian is our resident clinic cat. Eight years ago he was found in a box at our backdoor. He was barely four weeks old, able to fit in the palm of your hand. The staff bottle fed him and carried him around the practice in their scrub pocket while performing treatments. As he grew bigger he got to the point of accompanying dogs on their walks. These days his normal routine is to patrol the clinic during morning and evening treatment rounds spreading good kitty vibes. His hobbies include laying on keyboards that are in use and knocking over mugs.