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Animal Medical Center Staff

Animal Medical Center Staff Back Row (L to R): Max Hartman D.V.M., Becky Johnston, Jeremiah Johnston, Marilyn Allen, Katie Maples, Mark Messick, Scot Greer D.V.M. Front Row: Colleen McKay D.V.M., Dara Eddy, Ashley Perryman, Jasmine Kinnick , Amanda Buttram, Jennifer Diehl, Cindy Hill, Tyler Martin D.V.M.

The AMC team reflects a wide range of talents. The team is comprised of 4 Doctors, 3 large animal technicians, 8 small animal technicians and 2 receptionists. Each member of the team contributes their own unique set of skills, allowing the practice to be well versed in your veterinary needs.

Staff Pictured Above:

Back Row (L to R): Max Hartman D.V.M., Becky Johnston, Jeremiah Johnston, Marilyn Allen, Katie Maples, Mark Messick and Scot Greer D.V.M.

Front Row (L to R): Colleen McKay D.V.M., Dara Eddy, Ashley Perryman, Jasmine Kinnick , Amanda Buttram, Jennifer Diehl, Cindy Hill and Tyler Martin D.V.M.  *Not Pictured: Judy Messick, Office Manager

 Meet the Doctors

Scot Greer, DVM

Dr. Scot Greer, one of our senior vets, has been with AMC for 33 years. He specializes in orthopedic surgeries and enjoys caring for exotic animals.

Dr. Greer grew up on a family farm in Diamond Mo., were he found his passion for agriculture and veterinary sciences. He transferred from Crowder College, with an Associate of Science, to the University of Missouri, where he graduated from the  College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985.

With his wife Diana, Dr. Greer lives on a farm in Marshfield Mo. They have 5 talented children; Seth, Jessie, Hanna, Ben and Wyatt. In his free time, Dr. Greer likes to travel with his family, visiting beautiful wonders like the Grand Canyon and Noah’s Ark.

Max Hartman, DVM

Dr. Max Hartman, another senior vet, grew up Northwest of here in a town called Hutchinson Ks. He grew up on a family farm raising crops, beef cattle and hogs on the plains of Kansas.

Dr. Hartman studied at Kansas State University and graduated from the Veterinary School in 1982. He then, with his family, traveled south to Monett Mo. where he  practiced for three years before finding his home in Marshfield.

In his free time, Dr. Hartman and Carol, his wife, enjoy growing and maintaining there SimAngus herd of beef cattle his kids used to show growing up.

Tyler Martin, DVM

Dr. Tyler Martin grew up in small town Centralia Mo., where his passion for animal health care stemmed from showing livestock at county fairs as well as state fairs.  Showing cattle, hogs and goats, Dr. Martin learned the fundamentals of the livestock industry. Dr. Martin Continued his interest in animal science at the University of Missouri and graduated in 2017 from the College of Veterinary Medicine.

In his free time, Dr. Martin enjoys spending time with his wife, Jasmine. They enjoy  the outdoors and playing with their dog. Dr. Martin also loves football season and claims to be a “die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan.”

Colleen McKay, DVM

Dr. Colleen McKay is the newest associate veterinarian at AMC. She grew up in the small town of Plattsburg, Mo., about an hour north of Kansas City. Dr. McKay received her first dog when she was 6 years old. Since then, she has never lived a day without at least one animal. She has owned a rabbit, a duck, multiple dogs and multiple horses.

Dr. McKay Graduated from Missouri State University in 2014 with a BSE in Animal Science and a minor in Equine studies. Dr. McKay started vet school in 2014 and graduated May of 2018 from the University of Missouri Collage of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, she immediately started her career at AMC.

Luckily, it’s not all work and no play. In her free time, Dr. McKay enjoys training her two dogs, Jack and Jim, or riding her horses, Shortie and Oakley. She also, enjoys playing handball, hiking Busiek State Park and spending time with her niece.

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