Dr. Meredith Stallings-Pavlovsky was born in Kansas and grew up in Blairsville, Georgia where she spent a lot of time outdoors with her siblings. From a young age, she had a love for animals of all shapes and sizes. In high school, her father introduced her to the local veterinarian in Ellijay to collect research information for her science fair project. After she stepped in the door of that veterinary clinic, she knew it was exactly where she belonged. She worked there through high school and the first two years of college. Dr. Pavlovsky received her Bachelors in Science along with her Masters in Art of Teaching from Georgia College and State University. She was accepted to the University of Georgia College Of Veterinary Medicine, where she earned her doctorate degree with an interest in mixed animal medicine. Dr. Pavlovsky started working at Midway Animal Hospital in 2011. Her goal was to one day own her own clinic. In 2017, she was so thrilled to purchase Midway Animal Hospital with her great friend and colleague, Dr. Charles Lobeck.
Dr. Pavlovsky has many interests within the wide gamut of veterinary medicine but especially enjoys getting to know the patients and clients who come under her care and following them along their journey. She is married and has two daughter. In her free time, she likes staying active, traveling, reading, as well as spending time with her family, friends and pets.