Animal Medical Clinic

2012 W State St
Bristol, , TN 37620


Future  Schedule

May 5  Nancy Brock DVM DACVAA

Opioid “lite” anesthesia

Anesthesia troubleshooting

Building anesthesia drug protocols

My current anesthesia delivery standards of care



October  13, Karen Kline Karen Kline, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Neurology) ,

Staff Neurologist Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle


December 8, Client Service  Wendy Myers!

 December:   Wendy Myers, Client Service  Wendy S. Myers owns Communication Solutions for Veterinarians Inc., located in Denver, Colorado. Her consulting firm helps veterinary teams and owners improve compliance, client service, and hospital management. Founded in 2000, Communication Solutions for Veterinarians has provided phone skills training to more than 3,500 veterinary team members nationwide. Wendy is an instructor for the AAHA Veterinary Management School. Known for seminars and webinars packed with practical business ideas that can be immediately implemented, Wendy speaks at conventions nationwide. She is the author of five books and five videos and frequently writes for veterinary journals



Gary Norsworthy DVM, Feline Medicine

Back by popular demand-  Dr. Gary D. Norsworthy earned his DVM degree in 1972 from Texas A&M University and has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 30 years. Dr. Norsworthy began writing and lecturing in 1975 and since has published over 30 articles in various veterinary journals. Out of 200 speakers, he was chosen "Speaker of the Year" at the 1998 North American Veterinary Conference in two categories: Small Animal and Technician.
Dr. Norsworthy is the editor and major author of Feline Practice, a textbook for veterinarians, which was published in 1993 by Lippincott. His second book, The Feline Patient: Essentials of Diagnosis and Treatment, was published by Williams and Wilkins in 1998. He is a co-author for two feline continuing education programs on compact disk for Lifelearn V, Inc. His third book, the second edition of The Feline Patient, was published in 2002. He is the only veterinarian in private practice to ever write three feline textbooks.



December 6, 2020

Mark Opperman, CVPM and Sheila Grosdidier BS, RVT, PHR