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Debbie Van Pelt, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVECC,
VRCC Medical Director

Dr. Van Pelt completed her veterinary medical training at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatchewan, Canada. She completed a one-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Colorado State University, followed by a one-year surgical residence at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Dr. Van Pelt then completed a three-year residency training program in veterinary emergency and critical care at Colorado State University, and in 1991 became one of the first veterinarians to become board certified in veterinary emergency and critical care. She was on faculty in the Critical Care Unit at CSU for several years before entering private practice. Dr. Van Pelt joined the Daytime Emergency team in January of 2007.

Dr. Van Pelt enjoys running, scrap-booking and going on adventures with her two inquisitive children. Zoey, a 3 year old Siamese mix, is the Van Pelt family’s feline friend who is also known by a few different names such as “Her Royal Highness” or “The Zoester”.

Terri Felske, DVM

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Victoria Fields, DVM

Dr. Victoria Fields grew up in San Diego. Her undergraduate studies took her to the University of Pennsylvania, where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in English and biology. She then served in the Peace Corps in Panama, working mainly in environmental conservation. She graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Dr. Fields completed a one year rotating internship at Animal Hospital Specialty Center in Highlands Ranch before joining the Emergency Service at VRCC Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Hospital.  Her interests include emergency and critical care, internal medicine, and public health.

Simone Meyer, DVM

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Lindsey Mortlock, DVM

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Megan Rector, MS, DVM

Dr. Megan Rector has lived in Colorado since she was 10 years old. She received a Masters degree from Colorado State University in 2005 and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. She completed a small animal rotating internship from Texas A&M University in 2010. Her interests include emergency and critical care, cardiology and internal medicine. She has been a member of the VRCC team since October 2010. Dr. Rector has a yellow lab named Maggie who loves swimming, Frisbee, snowshoeing and stealing Megan’s food. Megan enjoys outdoor activities, including snowshoeing, wake boarding, hiking, cycling and playing Frisbee with Maggie. Traveling, music, and cooking are other passions.

Luke Rump, DVM

Dr. Luke Rump graduated from Iowa State University in 1993. Dr. Rump completed an internship in emergency and critical care at the Veterinary Institute of Trauma, Emergency and Critical Care in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1994. Dr. Rump practiced emergency and critical care in St. Louis, Missouri and Boulder, Colorado before joining VRCC in 1997.

Luke has a dog named Panda, an Australian Shephard, and two cats – Toefu and Sir Reginald Benerton. Dr. Rump enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.

Heidi Servi, DVM

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Luanne Strom, DVM

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Taylor White, DVM

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Andrea Zikovitz, DVM

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