Dr. Cherri Beltran graduated in 1998 from the Ontario Veterinary College University of Guelph and joined our team in 2010.
The variety of cases, problem solving and the collaboration with peers and specialists are what she enjoys about working in Emergency Medicine. In her spare time Cherri enjoys travelling and staying fit.
Dr. Whitley graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988 and became a part of our team in 1998.
She likes the variety of cases and the fast pace of Emergency Medicine. Sue enjoys spending her free time on the ice playing hockey and hiking with her dogs. She also enjoys adventure travelling and has been known for having a weakness for helping cats in need of rescuing.
Dr. Kessler graduated from The Ohio State University in 1996 and joined our team in 2010.
For as long as he can remember he has endeavored to help sick and injured animals. Rob has spent his whole career as an ER vet and loves working at such a high quality state of the art emergency and critical care facility. He enjoys spending his free time with family exploring beautiful British Columbia.
Dr. Nadine Koreman graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. She opened the clinic in 1996.
The challenge, unpredictability and the opportunity to make a big difference to our patients in a short amount of time is what drew Nadine to emergency medicine. She enjoys the wide variety of cases that continue to amaze her as well as the great group of staff here. When she has free time she enjoys travelling and puttering around the farm in addition to training, breeding and showing Golden Retrievers and riding, showing and breeding horses.
Dr. Collingwood graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000 and joined our team in 2004.
He likes the variety of cases, the fast pace of Emergency Medicine as well as the opportunity to perform endoscopy. Chris enjoys taking care of his two children and staying physically active with running and cross fit when he isn’t working at our clinic.
Dr. Calin Catarig graduated from the Veterinary College UASMV Cluj-Napoca, Romania in 1996. He received his Alberta license in 2007. Dr. Catarig joined our team in 2016.
Calin enjoys the variety and team work approach in Emergency Medicine as well as the opportunity to do ultrasounds. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife and children in addition to keeping active by swimming, biking or walking his dog Jazz.
Dr. Kortschak graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College University of Guelph in 1986 and became part of our team in 2007.
Laura enjoys spending part of her time in Emergency Medicine since it helps keep her on her toes and adds variety to general practice. When she has some free time she enjoys doing agility with her lab, spending time outdoors and is involved in her Church choir as well as performing in local theatre.
Dr. Jane Milner graduated from Glasgow University Veterinary School in Scotland in 2004 and joined our team in 2013.
Jane enjoys the challenge of the unknown in Emergency Medicine, and knowing we are making a difference at some of the hardest times for people and their fur-friends. When she is not working she enjoys skiing in the winter, kayaking in the summer, and the many critters she calls family.
Dr. Meryl Herberts graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 and joined our team in 2015.
Meryl enjoys the team approach and the opportunity to learn from other vets with various special interests at our clinic. When she is not busy here, she enjoys spending as much time as possible on backcountry adventures with her two dogs and husband. Meryl also enjoys powerlifting and swimming to keep in shape.
Dr. McDonald graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2011 and became a part of our team in 2015.
The challenging cases, team approach and continuous learning are what drew her to Emergency Medicine. In her down time, Laura enjoys yoga and learning Spanish. She is passionate about travel and international development as well as her work with Vets Without Borders in Uganda and spay and neuter clinics in various countries around the world.
Dr. Theresa Burns graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996 and became a member of our team in 2013.
Dr. Burns enjoys seeing the great love people have for their animals as well as the personalities of the pets she gets to meet at work saying that there is so much variation between patients and each one is a little bit unique. Theresa is busy with a young family but finds time for the outdoors – hiking, skiing, running. She enjoys looking after horses & donkeys on her hobby farm, food gardening and learning about and growing BC’s native plants.