Animal Medical Clinic

2012 W State St
Bristol, , TN 37620


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 Tri-City Academy of Veterinary Medicine and Airport Pet Emergency Clinic

Tri-City Academy

Of Veterinary Medicine

Sponsored by the

Airport Pet Emergency

Clinic  423-274-0574

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.

Nancy Broadwater, DVM  - Secretary

James Burroughs, DVM  President 

Shean Hobbs, DVM

Carr Hyatt, DVM-  Vice-president

Mark Riehl, DVM  Treasurer

Beth Sallee, DVM 

Sept 12, 2021 

Dr Barden Greenfield


Barden Greenfield is a board-certified veterinary dentist that practices in Memphis and Little Rock. Dr. Greenfield received his BS from Louisiana State University and his DVM from the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In addition to his specialty referral practice, he founded and runs the Mississippi Valley Veterinary Dental Educational Center (MVVDEC) in Memphis, providing continuing education lectures and wet labs for dvms and technicians in the central US. He has lectures national and internationally on dental-related topics.

Dr. Greenfield is the past-President of the American Veterinary Dental College (AVDC) and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Veterinary Dentistry, which is the educational and fundraising branch of veterinary dentistry.

In his spare time, Dr. Greenfield can be found playing golf or spending time with his wonderful wife and three children. He also follows LSU football and University of North Carolina basketball passionately


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