Jamie Hui, BVSc
Board Certified in Internal Medicine by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal)
Dr. Jamie Hui is a “Sydney-sider” (from Sydney, Australia), and she earned her degree in veterinary medicine at the University of Sydney. She grew up with guinea pigs had always loved animals so she knew from a young age that she wanted to be a vet.
She enjoys travel, though she had never been to the US. So, she chose to do her specialty training here. When Dr. Hui finished vet school, she took internships in small animal medicine and surgery in Greensboro and then in small animal internal medicine in Winston-Salem. She then performed her residency in small animal internal medicine at Louisiana State University.
Upon completing her residency, Dr. Hui moved to Charlotte to join the CARE team. Here, she focuses on all aspects of internal medicine but has special interests in gastroenterology, hepatology, and immune-mediated diseases.
A staunch advocate for animal welfare, Dr. Hui is committed to treating pets while working as much within an owner’s budget as possible.
In her free time, she likes to travel, hike, try out new restaurants and cafés, watch movies, read and explore new places.
- Bachelor of Veterinary Science (AVMA-accredited degree in Veterinary Medicine), University of Sydney, NSW
- Rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery, Carolina Veterinary Specialists, Greensboro, NC
- Internship in small animal internal medicine, Carolina Veterinary Specialists, Winston-Salem, NC
- Residency in small animal internal medicine, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal Internal Medicine)
RESEARCH & AWARDS:
- CGS/Royal Canin Professional Development Award, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine, 2022 – $1,500 scholarship for travel to Gutsea Conference
- 2-time 2nd place winner of LSU Phi Zeta Clinical Research Competition for House officers for Effects of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation on the Intestinal Microbiome of Healthy Cats Administered Amoxicillin and Clavulanate, and Osteomyelitis associated with Bartonella henselae in a cat