Dr. Megan Coffman is our newest addition. She is from Randolph, KS, and joined our team after graduating from Kansas State University in 2019. She and her husband, Joe, currentlylive in Manhattan with their three dogs and one cat. Dr. Megan is particularly interested in preventative medicine, keeping your pet or herd as healthy as possible through diet, vaccination, and other tools.

Dr. Jessica Laurin owns both Tri-County Veterinary Center and Animal Health Center of Marion Co. Inc.  Dr. Laurin grew up on a farm near Tampa, KS.  After graduating from Kansas State University, Dr. Laurin practiced in southwestern Kansas for three years before coming back home.  Her parents have retired from the farm and live near her at the Marion County Lake.  She has two children.  Her oldest, Anna, is a social media person working for Dairy Farmers of America.  Her youngest, Jordan, is attending Kansas State University.  After he graduates from bakery science, he is interested in working overseas for a few years.

Dr. Sherri Merrill lives in Allen, Kansas.  Dr. Merrill works for us on a relief basis.  She excels at both food animal and dog and cat work.  We love having her with us, and hope you do too!

 Valarie has been our receptionist for five years.  She and her husband, Kirk, live in Herington with their two rescue dogs, Brutus and Peanut.

Amy is our Registered Veterinary Technician.  She graduated from Colby Community College.  She has been a Technician since 2002 and has worked at Tri-County Vet Center since 2009.  Amy assists with all aspects of small animal work.  She also does BVD testing and is our inventory manager.  Amy and her husband Eric live in Herington with their three children. They also have an assortment of beloved cats and dogs.

 Hollie is our large animal veterinary assistant. She has been with us since 2010. Hollie is certified in Beef Quality Assurance andalso does BVD testing.  She and her husband Craig live in Herington with their three children, two dogs, and several cats.  

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