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 

April 26th meeting delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions

June 14, Dr Cynythia Darby



Dr. Bauer attended Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine where she graduated with honors and received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2005. After completing a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Veterinary Specialists of South Florida, she was accepted into a four year dermatology residency and masters program at the University of Georgia. She completed her residency in July 2010, also earning a Master’s of Science specializing in Veterinary Dermatopathology. She is board-certified in veterinary dermatology and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. She is a published author about her research which used only client owned, volunteered pets to help improve the use of skin testing in animals who suffer environmental allergies. Dr. Bauer‘s clinical interests are many, including infectious skin diseases, ear diseases of dogs and cats, and allergic skin diseases. She now resides in the Greenville area, where she lives with her husband, their cat Gumbo, and Autumn her Siberian husky.



Topics to be decided on small animal dermatology