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Dr. Sheila Fitzpatrick
Owner and Chief Veterinarian
Dr. Fitzpatrick earned her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, majoring in Animal Science,and was on the NCAA ski team. She continued her advanced education at Colorado State University, graduating in 1991 from the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Following graduation, Dr. Fitzpatrick worked at two orthopedic referral hospitals completing her internship with the great Dr. Don Piermatti in orthopedic surgery.
Immediately after her internship, she worked for The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) as a practice consultant, assisting over 350 veterinary hospitals in the USA improve their methods of practice and enforcing the standards of care, outlined by AAHA.
In 1993, she founded Mountain Mobile Vet shortly thereafter founded the Animal Hospital Center, providing quality veterinary care for both small and large animals in the Vail Valley.
Dr. Fitzpatrick was born and raised in a small ski town south of Buffalo, New York called Ellicottville. It was here that she developed a passion for skiing, eventually earning a spot in the top ten downhillers in the USA.
Dr. Fitzpatrick has always cared for animals and grew up riding and showing horses, that passion today as she competes within the western states in the cutting horse competitions. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two cutting horses Dualler and Holly.
In 2007, Dr. Fitzpatrick was blessed with her little angel, Christina. Christina now helps her on all the after hours emergencies and is one of the youngest techs ever at Mountain Mobile Vet!
Dr. Liz Foster
Liz is originally from Dallas, PA where she obtained her undergraduate degree in Animal Bioscience from Penn State University.
She moved to Colorado in 2002 and was blessed to be able to live life in the Vail Valley for 6 years prior to going back to school.
Liz moved to the Front Range in 2007 where she attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins. There she received her Masters in Biomedical Science in 2010 followed by her Doctor in Veterinary Medicine degree in 2015.
She is very much looking forward to becoming a positive part of many pet owners’ lives in the Vail Valley! Liz will be joined by her husband, Rob, and their two kids, Clara and Dex, as well as their dogs, Tele and Cody, cats, Sancha, Emby and MJ, and their elderly little ferret, Luna.
Her professional interests include internal medicine and shelter medicine, and her personal interests include skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and anything involving the outdoors.
Dr. Kim Radway
DVM, Diplomat ABVP (Canine/ Feline)
Rocky Mountain Veterinary Ultrasound
Kim graduated high school from Pueblo, Colorado and then received her bachelor degree in Microbiology, Magna Cum Laude, from Colorado State University in
1996. After graduating Suma Cum Laude from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine, she completed a medicine, surgery and emergency medicine internship at The Veterinary Specialists of Northern Colorado in Loveland Colorado in 2001. The next 10 years were spent in general practice in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Full time work included regular emergency duty as well as comprehensive medicine and surgery.
Beginning in 2008, she began training in ultrasound at the Academy of Veterinary Imaging in Arlington, Texas. After completing every ultrasound course offered, she entered their year-long DVM Imaging Program. This ended in February of 2011 with a certification exam. In 2008, she started a mobile ultrasound business, Rocky Mountain Veterinary Ultrasound, while also working full time in general practice. In July of 2011, Kim left general practice to pursue ultrasound full time and now serves many practices around the rocky mountain region.
From May of 2011 until May of 2013, Dr. Radway began working for New Jersey Mobile Associates one week per month. They are one of the highest volume mobile ultrasound practices in the country and were an amazing training ground in mobile ultrasound skills. Dr. Radway is now reading ultrasound exams through telemedicine for Sonopath.
In December of 2013, Dr. Radway earned the status of Diplomat of the American Board Veterinary Practitioners. This is one of twenty-one veterinary specialty groups accredited by a special committee of the American Board of Veterinary Specialties, a division of the American Veterinary Medical Association, to recognize excellence in clinical practice through the certification of species-oriented specialists.
Beginning in August of 2014, Dr. Radway began also reading telemedicine ultrasound cases for Sonopath, LLC a national veterinary medicine ultrasound consulting business based out of New Jersey. This has been a new and exciting addition to her busy schedule.
Kim’s favorite activities surround spending time with her husband and two daughters. This commonly includes outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and whitewater rafting. Their house is also full of pets including 2 dogs, 1 cat, a guinea pig and two horses.
Dr. Steven Gentry
Dr. Gentry is boarded by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and specializes in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.
His top-notch orthopedic care and speciality surgeries are performed at our Animal Surgical and Hospital Center in Eagle, Colorado.
Dr. Gentry is available by appointment and also will perform pre-operative consultations.
Make an appointment today to meet Dr. Gentry!
Will is from Buffalo, New York and graduated with a degree in Biochemistry. He worked in surgical training labs in Boston and Denver before moving to Eagle in January to join the Mountain Mobile team. On his days off you can usually find him hiking, snowboarding or mountain biking with his dog Parsenn, who recently came to Colorado from a shelter in Thailand.
Elizabeth is from Florida but lived in the Bahamas before moving to Colorado in September of 2016. There she worked with exotic birds and giant tortoises for 3 years. She graduated with her degree in Zoo Animal Technology in Gainesville, Florida and enjoys working with exotic animals, as well as domestic pets.
After spending a lot of time in the heat and humidity she is excited for the colder climate Colorado has to offer. Some of her hobbies include photography, traveling, camping, and hiking with her dog Titan.
Sam is originally from Mississippi, but to get a change of scenery moved to the beautiful mountains of Eagle, CO and moved here in August 2015.
She graduated with a degree in marine science at Eckerd College, in Florida and has since been a zoo keeper in Hattiesburg, MS for 4 years. The medical aspect of animals has always been a passion of hers and has transitioned into being a vet assistant.
Exotics are a hobby, as Sam lives with a kingsnake snake named Chief and a tarantula named Jubilee. She also loves skiing and hiking with her dog Rebel.
Michelle is originally from Bristol, CT and moved to Colorado to be with her family 23 years ago.
During the winter she enjoys skiing and boarding with her kids, and during the summer she camps and hikes with her kids and dogs.
Michelle has always been around animals and currently has a one dog, two cats, a guinea pig and a turtle.