Animal Medical Clinic

2012 W State St
Bristol, , TN 37620



Tri-City Academy of Veterinary Medicine

Tri-City Academy

Of Veterinary Medicine

The objectives for which this Academy is formed are as follows:

1. To advance the knowledge of veterinary medicine and surgery by postgraduate study,

2. To promote closer relationships of member veterinarians;

3. To promote high standards of veterinary medicine and veterinary services;

4. To carry on such other activities which may be consistent and helpful in accomplishing the above mentioned purposes.

Carr Hyatt, DVM  President 

Beth Sallee, DVM Vice-president

Shean Hobbs, DVM

Nancy Broadwater, DVM  -

James Burroughs, DVM

Mark Riehl, DVM Secretary/Treasurer




Oct 9- Katie Boes DVM, Clinical Pathology  

The Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (VMRCVM) at Virginia Tech has welcomed home Katie Boes, DVM, of Laurel, Md., who returned to the college to teach this fall. Boes has assumed the position of clinical instructor of clinical pathology in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and Pathobiology. Boes will provide primary clinical service support throughout the year, and she will supervise and teach both veterinary students and residents in training seminars as well as laboratory sessions. Boes earned her DVM from VMRCVM in 2008. She completed her residency in clinical pathology and a master's in clinical pathology at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine.