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Internal Medicine

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Fetch Greenville is excited to announce its newest specialty service, Internal Medicine. Dr. Bradley Bishop and Dr. Amy DeClue have joined the Fetch team as full-time Board-Certified Internists. The Fetch team looks forward to working with Dr. Bishop & Dr. DeClue and better serving our clients’ needs. Get to know more about them and our internal medicine services!

Dr. Bishop and Dr. DeClue’s Internal Medicine services will include:

  • Ultrasound
  • Endoscopy
  • Kidney failure and urogenital diseases
  • Anemia and other blood-related diseases
  • Gastrointestinal disorders
  • Endocrine diseases
  • Infectious diseases
  • Hormone-related issues (thyroid, Cushing’s, Addison’s, and diabetes)
  • Liver, spleen, and pancreas dysfunction

For more information about our internal medicine services, inquiries for Dr. Bishop & Dr. DeClue, or to schedule an appointment, please call us at 864.900.5888.

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Dr. Bishop

Bradley Bishop DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Dr. Bishop likes all aspects of internal medicine but particularly enjoys immune-mediated and gastrointestinal disease. Various minimally invasive diagnostics and endoscopic procedures are also some of his favorite things to do, including retrieval of foreign bodies and airway washes. With every case, Dr. Bishop greatly values the long-term bond he gets to form with pets and their owners.

In his spare time, Dr. Bishop enjoys traveling and hiking (he says Iceland is a must for anyone that loves the outdoors). He also enjoys crafting classic cocktails or inventing his own and is a big supporter of all of the professional Charlotte sports teams. More than anything, he loves spending time with his family: Remmy (Shepherd Mix), Basil (Golden Retriever), and Olivia (human).

Dr. DeClue


Dr. DeClue was a Professor of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the Assistant Director of the Comparative Internal Medicine Laboratory at the University of Missouri prior to joining Fetch. Her research focused on investigating the immunologic mechanisms of sepsis and innate immune system disorders. Dr. DeClue’s clinical interests include endocrinology and critical care. Dr. DeClue has lectured on sepsis, immunology, and endocrinology nationally and internationally and has published numerous book chapters and peer-reviewed manuscripts.

In her free time, Dr. DeClue enjoys spending time with her husband and dog. They love to be active together and are often found training for triathlons, hiking, or enjoying water sports. In the span of just one year, Dr. DeClue has raced 18 half marathons and completed four half-ironman races. Five of those half marathons were all raced within one month! It’s safe to say she really enjoys endurance sports and challenging herself in that area.

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