Madison Veterinary Clinic's staff is committed to helping our clients become educated, active participants in their pet’s healthcare. We believe that treating each patient as if it were one of our own pets is the best way to practice medicine.
Dr. Stenette Brooks with Annie. Dr. Brooks started Madison Veterinary Clinic almost 40 years ago when she and her husband, Russell, moved to Madison, Georgia. She received her Bachelor of Science from the College of Agriculture and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia. After twelve years of mixed practice, Dr. Brooks has devoted her energy to providing compassionate and loving care to Morgan County's dogs and cats.
Dr. Charlene Kickbush performing a chiropractic adjustment after taking a radiograph. Charlene from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been certified as a Veterinary Acupuncturist for 20 years and a Veterinary Chiropractor for 10 years. Charlene had raised and shown various setters, and helps the team when her special talents and expertise are needed.
Sheryl Simonds performing a dental cleaning. Sheryl attended Bryant & Stratton School of Business in Syracuse, NY before moving with her family to Madison. She has 4 years experience with the East Metro Animal Emergency Clinic in Covington and has been part with us here at Madison Veterinary Clinic since 1997.
Emily Ruark giving Charlie a Therapeutic Laser Treatment. Emily is a graduate of Morgan County High School. She attended Georgia Military College (GMC) where received an Associate degree in Business Administration. Emily has been on staff with Madison Veterinary Clinic for 7 years.
Pat Hardy manning the front desk. Our receptionist and office manager, Pat, attended the University of Georgia where she majored in Animal Science. She and her husband Patrick (Mr. Pat) have raised beef cattle, sheep and hay. Pat has been a part of helping pets and their families since the beginning of the Madison Veterinary Clinic.