Heather Rhoden, DVM
Dr. Rhoden grew up in a small town in Nebraska and always knew she wanted to be a Veterinarian. In 2014 she received her DVM degree from Oklahoma State University. She spent the following year working as a Veterinary Intern Instructor at Texas A&M University, training in Emergency and Specialty Medicine and teaching Veterinary students.
After her internship, she spent 8 months working as a General Practitioner and quickly realized that she missed Emergency Medicine. Dr. Rhoden joined the team at CVSEC in March of 2016. She enjoys the challenge of Emergency Medicine in a Specialty Practice and loves that her colleagues are always willing to teach and learn new things. Outside of Emergency and Critical Care medicine, she has special interests in Veterinary Rehabilitation and ultrasound.
When not at work, Dr. Rhoden can be found in the garden, kitchen or the gym. She also enjoys creating jewelry and greeting cards and spending time with her furry family members.