Emily Rogell, DVM: Medical Director
Dr. Rogell attended the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2004. After a brief two years working in daytime practice, she joined the staff of MEAC and now specializes solely in emergency medicine. Her love for emergency medicine, however, is not confined to veterinary medicine. For the past 10 years Dr. Rogell has been a volunteer EMT/Firefighter for the Bethesda Chevy Chase Rescue squad. When not at MEAC or the squad, you can find Dr. Rogell playing ice hockey, hiking the Billy Goat Trail, or enjoying just about anything outdoors.
Austin Donner, DVM
Carole Foster, DVM
Diane Cordray, VMD
Dr. Cordray graduated from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. After nearly becoming an equine veterinarian, she decided to focus on small animals because she enjoyed working with the people attached to them. She worked over five years at a small animal veterinary hospital in Paoli, Pennsylvania before moving to Maryland in 2005 when her husband took a job with the NIH. She has worked at MEAC since then because she likes the collegiality and caseload there. She enjoys the unpredictable nature of emergency medicine and the ability to help animals and people during stressful times. During her time away from MEAC she can be found spending time with her family, including her three cats, Lydia, Marmalade, and Lulu.
James Hendrickson, VMD
Jenna Mosier, DVM
Meredith Adams, DVM
Dr. Adams is a 2011 graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. A Virginia native, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Virginia Tech and remains a passionate Hokie fan. After finishing veterinary school, she spent one year practicing at a primary care veterinary clinic in Illinois before moving back to the east coast and transitioning to emergency medicine. Dr. Adams enjoys the day to day variation of the ER. In her free time, she enjoys singing and playing piano, cooking (and eating!), traveling, and spending time with her husband, Ben, dog, Audrey, and cat, Henry.
James "Nick" Koterski, DVM
Dr. Koterski graduated from Louisiana State University Veterinary School in 1989. He has been involved with companion animals ever since; he has also done some cattle, goat, and poultry work on the Eastern Shore for the Department of Agriculture. Dr. K is board-certified in Preventative Medicine, has a PhD in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology from Rutgers University. He also has an interest in the development of new molecular diagnostics/therapeutics for emerging infectious diseases.
Sara Thompson, DVM
Dr. Thompson will be joining the staff here at MEAC in June 2013.
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