Karen Reynhout, DVM, is a 1991 Minnesota graduate. She has been a dedicated member of AERC since completing an internship at KSU in 1992. Karen was promoted to Medical Director in 2002, adding management duties to her continued role as a team veterinarian. In 2012, she was promoted again to Hospital Director.
In 2005, she received her certificate from the NAVC Post Graduate Institute in Emergency and Critical Care. Karen has been commended by grieving clients for her compassionate bedside manner. The ability to support clients at such difficult times is the part of her job she finds most rewarding.
Karen and her husband, Pete, share three daughters, two grandchildren, three dogs, seven cats and a condominium in Englewood, Florida.
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