Animal Medical Clinic

2012 W State St
Bristol, , TN 37620


Registration Form

 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 

February 16th, 2020  Dr Gary Norsworthy

February 16  Gary Norsworthy, DVM

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.