Dr. VanDenBrink spent seven fun-filled years at Michigan State University, getting his Bachelor of Veterinary Science Degree in 1983 and then his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree in 1987.
Dr. Juergensen is a Grand Rapids native, raised in the Cascade/Forest Hills area. Her undergraduate work was completed at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and then she pursued her dream at Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2006.
Dr. Lam caught the “animal bug” young. Growing up, her family raised and hunted English Setters so she spent many a day cleaning kennels and caring for puppies. As such, she has a special place in her heart for working dogs.
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Sheri began working at Ada Hospital for Animals when it opened in 2006 and worked with Dr VanDenBrink seventeen years prior to the opening of Ada Hospital for Animals.
Jenni started at Ada Hospital when the practice opened and previously worked with Veterinary House Calls of Grand Rapids. Jenni has a love for people and is very understanding and kind when helping answer client questions or concerns. Jenni and her husband live with a Boston Terrier, two cats and their wonderful little boy.
Marcia has worked in the veterinary field for several years and started at Ada Hospital in 2009. She is very involved in cat rescue and enjoys learning new things about Veterinary Medicine. Marcia is cheery, friendly and always has a smile on her face. Marcia has a full family with her husband, four daughters, three cats and dog, Martin.
Nancy began her career in veterinary medicine over 15 years ago and has a passion for working with companion animals, especially those crazy cats! She assists the doctors to care for your furry family members and enjoys communicating with their parents, as well. Outside the office, Nancy shares her home with her husband, Boston terrier Vera and her cat Fender B. In her free time, Nancy enjoys gardening, bowling (including tournaments) and spending as much time in the sunshine as possible.
Kellie has been working with companion animals since 2007. She believes that pets are very important family members, which is why she loves assisting the doctors as they treat our patients. Kellie graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2013 with her Bachelor's degree in Zoology and Animal Science minor. She also has her certificate in companion animal nutrition. Kellie loves spending time with her husband, their Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Fezzik, and their three cats, Jack, Mijo and Emilio Estevez.