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“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.”

Doctors

Dr. Angie Stamm

Dr. Angie Stamm

Veterinarian & Owner

Angie received her doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2001 from UC Davis. Since then she has been seeking experience, education and skills in integrative modalities such as acupuncture, chiropractic, herbal medicine, ozone therapy and more in an effort to provide more healing tools for her patients. She realized as a teenager with chronic debilitating headaches that the Western medicine paradigm was limited in scope. True healing is a holistic pursuit which cannot become reliant upon pharmaceuticals aimed at masking symptoms. Dr. Stamm’s passion is seeing true transformation in her patients.

Dr. Tsung-Yu Tsai

Dr. Tsung-Yu Tsai

Associate Veterinarian

Born and raised in the subtropical island of Taiwan, I became a Californian during my teenage years. I studied Animal Science with specialization in animal behavior at University of California, Davis, where I was exposed to a variety of animal related jobs. Through my experience I learned that I really enjoy helping to preserve the unique bond between people and their animals. After working for a short period of time as a veterinary assistant, I went back to my alma mater for veterinary school and received my Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. If you have visited UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, you may have met me acting as a tour guide in my occasional spare time. Since I utilize both conventional and Traditional Chinese Medicine for my own health, I understand the benefit of the integrative approach. I am certified in veterinary acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Tui-Na (Chinese medical massage) through the Chi Institute in Florida. I strive to provide high quality medicine and would love the opportunity to care for you and your furry family member.

I am fluent in Mandarin Chinese. Please let me know if you prefer to use this language to communicate.

Dr. Megan Miller

Dr. Megan Miller

Veterinarian

Dr. Megan Miller has trained and competed in dog agility for over 18 years. At a very young age, Dr. Miller realized she wanted to give back to the dog sport community by becoming a veterinarian. She attended UC Davis for both her Bachelor’s and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees. When her school schedule allowed, Dr. Miller worked as a dog trainer and would always make time to educate veterinary school colleagues about positive reinforcement training. Dr. Miller has special interests in preventative medicine, animal behavior, and physical rehabilitation. She believes client education is vitally important in providing patients with the best care. Dr. Miller is also Fear Free Certified and strives to decrease her patients’ fear and anxiety associated with veterinary visits.

Outside of work, Dr. Miller enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, and making people smile through photography and videography. She lives with and trains two Border Collies, Reckon and Mae.

“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”
-Pam Brown

Management

Jenna Gardepie

Jenna Gardepie

Office Manager

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“Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
-Ralph Waldo Emerson

Chiropractic Care

Dr. Troy Stevens

Dr. Troy Stevens

Chiropractor

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Dr. Patti Neelans

Dr. Patti Neelans

Chiropractor

I have worked in Veterinary Medicine most of my life starting in High School. I originally wanted to be a vet but changed courses and went to Chiropractic School instead ,obtaining my Chiropractic degree in 1993. I have worked as an associate Chiropractor, owner and relief doctor. I got my certification in the VOM form of animal Chiropractic around 1999. Thru some life changes I got back into Veterinary Medicine and started working for Dr. Stamm in 2017. Meridian Veterinary Care’s view of animal health care blends beautifully with my holistic beliefs for human medicine. I look forward to growing with Dr. Stamm and her practice.

When I’m not working I love bodybuilding and spending time with my Rottweilers. I competed in bodybuilding in the 80’s and love lifting weights. I have raised, trained and bred Rottweilers for decades. My first rottweiler Isis was the first rottweiler to compete in agility. I have titled my dogs in agility, obedience, rally and carting. I have also trained in the sport of Schutzhund/IPO. I enjoy helping people train their own dogs and seeing the bond that develops as a result of that training.

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”
-Anatole France

Staff

Michelle DiMora

Michelle DiMora

RVT

I became part of the Meridian Veterinary Care family in June of 2020. You will mostly find me in reception to greet you and check your fur babies in. I am also a Registered Veterinary Technician and have worked in the Vet field for 20 years. I graduated from UC San Diego with a BS in Biology in 1996 and was planning to enter the human medical field when I decided to follow my true passion, which was helping animals. Since then, I have done it all, from kennels, reception, customer care, nursing, dentistry, surgery, emergency care to office management.

I was also a student at UC Davis Veterinary School from 2011-2014 but in 2014 life took me in another direction and left UC Davis so I could be a mother to my son again. I returned to working as an RVT in 2015 while starting my own side business which I currently still manage while working at Meridian. I love my job and believe in Integrative Holistic Veterinary Medicine because I have come to know that health & wellness for our beloved animals can be achieved in more ways than one. In my “spare” time, I offer animal healing services that combine my experience as a Reiki Master, certified level I sound healer, aromatherapy, energy intuitive/empath & telepathic communicator. I love to paint, create & explore anything artistic & new. My dream life would be to play in the ocean with the dolphins and turtles, lay on warm beaches in Hawaii, and wake up in the morning in my home surrounded by nature and coconut trees.

My fur family currently includes 3 cats and 2 dogs (all rescues) & all neighborhood wildlife creatures that come to visit us. I look forward to meeting you and all your fur babies and it is my goal to make their visit as fun and pleasant as possible!

Abby Molica

Abby Molica

RVT

Abby moved to Sacramento county from the Bay Area in January 2018. She has been in the Veterinarian field since 1998, working as a Veterinary Technician and Office Assistant. Abby has had a love for animals her whole life and enjoys caring for them. Some of her hobbies include: hiking, gardening, camping, baking and spending time with friends, family, and her Frenchie/Boston Terrier mix, Ike.

Liz Coe

Liz Coe

RVT/ Receptionist

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Tiffany Prater

Tiffany Prater

Veterinary Assistant

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Madalin Greco

Madalin Greco

Veterinary Assistant

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Kim Yee

Kim Yee

Pharmacy Technician

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Stacey Devargas

Stacey Devargas

Receptionist

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Kiersten Nichols

Kiersten Nichols

Receptionist

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Sandy Dorn

Sandy Dorn

Retail Manager

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Wren

Wren

Ambassador

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“Lots of people talk to animals…. Not very many listen, though…. That’s the problem.”

-Benjamin Hoff

Specialty Care

Dr. Christina Bradbury

Dr. Christina Bradbury

Abdominal Ultra Sound Specialist

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Dr. Bethany Jackson

Dr. Bethany Jackson

Cardiologist

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