Dr. Megan Herman DVM
Dr. Megan Herman purchased AMC South in 2017. Previous to that she had been working with small and large animals at the clinic since 2012. Dr. Megan and her husband enjoy a variety of sports including surfing, dirtbiking, snowmobiling as well as traveling. Dr. Megan can rarely be found without a cat unless she is partaking in one of the above activities. She shares her home with two very special cats Sherman and Weasel. They are 2 of Dr. Megan's cats as she also has one shop cat Nermal, and 3 office cats Derek, Meredith, and Baboon. Dr. Megan loves both small and large animal medicine and enjoys surgery.
Dr. Jan Stalwick DVM, CCRT
Certified in Rehabilitation Dr. Jan is here to make sure your pet is mobile and comfortable. Aside from rehabilitation she has an interest in dentistry and always is willing to offer a helping hand when dentals are difficult or trying. In her spare time she can be found helping out at her husbands family ranch or sitting with her pets crocheting. She has one dog Grim (grim diggory hufflepup), and two cats Millie (millennium falcon) and Pidge (pidgeon talladega). Grim came to the family as a rescue as she has a congenital nerve and heart disorder and who better to keep her healthy and happy than Dr. Jan.
Dr. Clayton Brandt DVM
Dr. Clayton was a summer student during vet school and just had to come back to stay. He joined the team in 2018 as a 4th year resident then proceeded to stay and join the team full time. He serves both small and large animals as he is learning what he prefers still. In his spare time Clayton and his fiance Megan enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, camping and exploring new mountains and hiking spots.
Dr. Robyne Rosenberger DVM
Dr. Robyne joined the team in 2017 to serve the small and exotic patients in the clinic. Dr. Robyne works part time and has many interests in the clinic including everything from chronic pain management including the use of her acupuncture training, geriatric medicine, neonatal medicine and surgery to name a few. In Dr. Robyne's spare time you can find her showing her artistic side either painting or working on other projects including photography. When she isn't busy making the world a more beautiful place she is making it a better place offering her time to the local SPCA and other animal charities. She shares her home with her husband Alex and has grown step children Sarah and Evan and enjoys the time she gets to spend with them. Aside from Alex she shares her home with a one year old tabby and Abyssinian cross cat whom is named Vuvuzela after the South African horns that constantly go off in world cup soccer games. She got this unique name because she is incredibly vocal. Aside from being vocal Dr. Robyne is teaching her kitty agility. Dr. Robyne's interests and experiences in life are vast and even include hiking the Appalachian trail through the state of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Kendra Kremeniuk BSc, DVM
Dr. Kendra has been part of the team since 2013. She serves the small and exotic patients of Animal Medical Centre South. In her spare time she can be found with her family camping and swimming or just enjoying some gardening or fabric crafts. In the clinic Dr. Kendra is passionate about rescue and geriatric medicine. She shares her home with two cats Phoenix and Millie. Dr. Kendra's passion for rescue means that the house is often bustling with extra feet but currently has none in the house and this is the least number of pets she has had at the house.
Dr. Bob Herman DVM
Dr. Bob serves our cattle clients in the local area. He is one of the original owners of Animal Medical Centre South. Some of his hobbies include ranching, skiing, golfing and recently traveling.
Dr. Leah Turner DVM
Dr. Leah is one of the original owners of Animal Medical Centre South. She enjoys servicing large animal clients part time. She enjoys equine medicine of all types especially reproduction and recently has been learning about acupuncture.
Dr. Krista Dayman DVM
Dr. Krista is a new member of Animal Medical Centre South as of 2018. She enjoys large animal services with a special interest in herd health, theriogenology and pathology. In her spare time she spends time drinking coffee, renovating their house and eating chicken wings with her husband John, that is of course if they aren't traveling. As for pets Dr. Krista has a cat named Sanchez and a horse Baloo. Sanchez and Dr. Krista kind of picked each other and she loves that he is a chubby polydactyl kitty (polydactyl means having extra toes). Dr. Krista likes to joke that she found the perfect career as her long arms and fingers wouldn't be as handy in many other career paths.
Leslie attended Olds College and graduated with honors as an Animal Health Technologist in 1980, beginning her career at the Defense Research Establishment Suffield working with primates. She has worked in the veterinary field for over 28 years and enjoys her career today as much as she did when she first started. In her spare time, she enjoys being with her husband, 2 sons and daughter. She is also a proud grandma and enjoys spending as much time with her 4 grandchildren as she can. As much as Leslie loves being a tech she reports being a grandma is the best job of all. Leslie has 2 grand kitties but no pets of her own right now.
Katie spent her younger years in Nova Scotia, Ontario and Bolivia, South America. She settled here in Alberta with her family in 2005. Her love for animals has always been a passion in her life. She graduated from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2010 as an Animal Health Technologist and has been working in Medicine Hat as a technician since then. She is a seasoned runner and loves to train for marathons as well as traveling, cooking and hanging out with friends and family. She enjoys spending time at home with her husband Daniel their little girl Adelaide and recently welcomed baby number 2.
Amy has been with Animal Medical Centre South since 2015. She can often be found in large animal helping out with the many cattle that we see each and every year. Amy and Brett recently welcomed their first child Avery last year and Amy has returned from maternity leave. They share their home with a cat and a dog named Dalton and Rosco respectively. Often times Rosco can be found sitting in the staff lunch room giving sad feed me eyes to all the staff.
Sarah moved to Medicine Hat in 2011 with her husband and two daughters from Calgary. She has been working as a technician since graduating from Fairview College in 2003. Their family enjoys spending time together whether it be camping or taking part in one of the many sports the girls attend. Sarah also enjoys being outdoors and even the occasional horseback ride. Sarah can often be found in the clinic after hours in her glory helping with emergencies and critical cases. Sarah's family has one pet a beta fish named Rose who is quite old, Rose was named by Sarah's daughter Lilly.
Denniel has been with Animal Medical Centre South since 2017. She graduated from Olds in 2012 via their correspondence program. She enjoys talking nutrition with clients and learning about it in her spare time. At home she shares her house with her wife Jamie, cats, dogs and even a water dragon. Denniel has a huge soft spot for boxers and can often be found petting the newest boxer patient instead of working. Currently she has two at home named Red and Marjorie after the childrens show Fraggle Rock. Her other pets names include Oakley, Kash, Chestnut, Shoes, and StraightJacket aka S.J.
Jessica was born and raised in the Medicine Hat area. She graduated from the Veterinary Office Assistant program at the Academy of Learning in 2000. She began working as a receptionist at a local clinic in 2003 and has been working in the veterinary field ever since. Her favorite part of the job is getting to know clients and spending time with their furry companions. She is married and a mom of busy twins. Her hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, travelling, being outdoors and shopping. Jessica and her family share their home with 2 cats named Enzo and Kenny. Enzo was named after a player on Big Brother season 12 who's nickname was "Meow Meow" and Kenny was given his name because Jessica loves cats with human names.
Holley is part of our reception team but is also in charge of ordering and inventory. Holley was born and raised in Medicine Hat. She graduated from the Academy of Learning College with her Medical Office Assistant diploma with Veterinary Specialty in March 2014 and has been working at the clinic since then. Holley has always loved animals but was unable to have them growing up. Now she is married with three daughters, a granddaughter and has added two fur babies, Oreo, a Labrador retriever and Canuwky, a Cocker Spaniel. With her love for animals and always wanting to work in the medical field somehow, now Holley feels she has the best of both worlds.
Samantha joined Animal Medical Centre South in 2016. She is part of our reception team as well as a student of a correspondence Animal Health Technician program so she splits her time between animal care and client care. She hopes to graduate in 2020 and become a full time technician at AMCS. Sam and Matt have 2 daughters Rylee and Maisy as well as a saint bernard Maggie, 5 kitties Doogal, Alison, Duphne, Dutch and Ezzie and her chinchilla's. Sam is pasionate about rescue so is she often has extra pups and kittens in their home while she works to finding them a new home. Samantha doesn't have much spare time with all this going on but does spend what little time left studying for technician school.
Kaylin joined the AMCS team in 2018. She is attending school in hopes of becoming a Veterinarian in the future. She is a tremendous help to all of the staff and can be found caring for clients and patients all day long.
Baboon AKA boon is our most temperamental member of the management team. He can be found protecting the front desk and often defends it with a little nibble or a swat. He was the first office cat at Animal Medical Centre South. Baboon came to AMCS as a young kitten in need of medical attention as well as a home. He likes to torment the staff and visitors alike. Baboon is five years old.
Derek is our resident trouble maker. He and Meredith are sisters and were saved when their very pregnant mother came in to the clinic looking for a home. Derek is often found running wild in large animal area hunting and chasing bugs as well as running on top of the stocks. Despite being the trouble maker of the group Derek is most likely to console a sick patient in need.