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

October 15, 2017

Ralph Harvey DVM  Dr. Ralph Harvey teaches anesthesiology at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. He has served there as the Director of Small Animal Surgical Services and as a member of the University Faculty Senate. His advanced training included internship, residency and fellowship at Cornell's Veterinary and Medical Colleges. He has also worked in private small animal practice. He is certified as a specialist by the American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, has served as the Executive Secretary of the ACVAA, and as a member of the ACVAA Board of Directors. Dr. Harvey has received the UTCVM Brandy Memorial Award for “sensitivity and compassion for veterinary patients and the ability to instill these qualities in veterinary students.” He has also received the Outstanding Faculty Member Award from the Tennessee Veterinary Medical Association and the UTCVM Outstanding Alumni Non-Practice Career Award. His community and public service activities have included work with regional science fair programs, Explorer Scouting, the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society, and regional environmental grou