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Emily Medici, DVM, DACVIM came to SLVS in the summer of 2011. She is originally from Baton Rouge, LA and received her DVM degree from the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2004. She practiced in a small animal private practice for two years before entering a small animal Internal Medicine residency at Oklahoma State University which she completed in 2009. She practiced for two years in Kansas in a specialty clinic before deciding she missed the South. Her areas of interest include endocrinology, infectious disease and gastroenterology.
Emily lives in Sugar Land with her husband, son and daughter as well as a bulldog, boxer and feisty cat. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time her family, running, and watching sports, especially LSU.
Dr. Garcia became part of the SLVS Internal team in 2011. She earned her DVM at Colorado State University, and did her internship in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. She brings with her a vast array of experience in the veterinary field, including working in private specialty practices, medical consulting, and medical writing. Her clinical interests include endocrinology, renal and hepatic diseases and endoscopy.
Dr. Garcia enjoys spending time with her husband and son, and working as a medical writer and editor. Despite the heat and mosquitos, she enjoys spending time outdoors, particularly in the Texas Hill Country whenever possible.
Dr. Charles B. Quick grew up in Houston, attended Strake Jesuit and Marian High Schools and entered Texas A&M University in 1967. He earned a B.S. in Veterinary Science in 1970 and his DVM in 1973. After one year as a radiology instructor at TAMU, he entered the residency program in diagnostic imaging atAuburn University and earned an MS in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery in 1976.
Board Certified in 1977 by the College of Veterinary Radiology, Dr. Quick served on the teaching faculty as Assistant Professor atCornell University College of Veterinary Medicine until 1979, when he returned to Houston to establish Houston Veterinary Radiology Clinic, which became Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists in 2005. His interests are in diagnostic imaging, including radiology, ultrasound and CT, I-131 treatment of hyperthyroid cats and telemedicine.
In 2014, Dr. Qick received the TAVP Clinical Referral and Consulting Award and you can read about it here.
Dr. Quick enjoys spending time in the Texas Hill Country with his wife, Kay, and children and grandchildren. He stays busy when not at SLVS with motorcycling, bicycling, boating, rowing, skiing, photography, theatre and music