Dr. Emily Conrad-Gibb graduated from Iowa State University - College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation, she left the great state of Iowa to accept a job in Roseville, Illinois. As a farm girl and mixed animal practitioner, she enjoys working both with small animals and large animals, especially surgery. In her free time, Emily enjoys following Cyclone sporting events, outdoor activities, traveling and spending time with friends and family.
Dr Ashley Whiteside graduated from Iowa State University - College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. After graduation, she spent time in Colorado and Kansas City prior to coming back home. Ashley enjoys all aspects of working in mixed practice especially soft tissue surgery and reproductive medicine in livestock. In her free time, Ashley enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, and spending time with friends, family, and her four dogs.
Darth came to us after a traumatic incident with farm equipment and is now our resident tripod!
Amy Nimrick-Johnson is the office manager. Amy has been working at the clinic in different aspects for 20 years. She keeps things running smoothly and handles the logistics. She and her husband Brian have four children. Amy enjoys spending time with her family and staying involved in all her kids activities.
Brooke is our full time veterinary assistant and can be found helping with all things vet med. She has a chiweenie named Mae and loves leopard print!
It's important to stay up to date on vaccines, overall health, and mental health issues.
If you haven't been to a vet in a while, relax. Start with a complete checkup.
Cleo is our beautiful blue eyed clinic cat. She loves getting brushed and can often be found enjoying a nap in her bed on the front desk.
Roseville Veterinary Clinic is a mixed animal veterinary clinic located in west central Illinois. Our veterinarians practice primarily food animal and small animal medicine.
We strive to provide highly trained and professional staff with cutting-edge equipment and technology. Our veterinarians work with clients and patients to develop a lasting relationship and create a preventative care plan based on risk assessment and life style to maximize the highest possible quality of life. We understand your pet is part of your family and respect the strength of the human-animal bond. Our goal is to provide quality and compassionate care to both our small and large animal clients.
Let's put together an diet and fitness plan to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Ester, the tabby kitty, came to us with a broken leg at just 5 weeks old and never left. She is an energetic addition and is always chasing after something.
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Jessica Lehnhausen (left), Kala Haynes (middle) and Erin Brown (right) are our veterinary technicians. They bring a wealth of knowledge about both small and large animals. They can both be found helping in the clinic and on farm calls.
Dr. Rudy Corman graduated from University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 1991 and returned home to begin his career at Roseville Veterinary Service. Rudy enjoys outdoor activities, golfing, and following his boys in activities and athletic events.
Tracey (left) and Robyn (right) are the friendly faces that welcome you to the clinic at the front desk. They are an integral part of keeping the clinic running by answering phones and scheduling appointments.