Dr. Cindy Grimm graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. After spending a year in a busy emergency clinic in Chicago, Cindy moved to Colorado in 1997 to be near the mountains. Since then she has been practicing emergency medicine at Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinics. Dr. Grimm purchased both clinics in 2008, with a goal to hire exceptional doctors and certified technicians that love emergency medicine and have compassion toward animals...
Cindy is an avid reader, loves to travel to sunny, beautiful beaches, and finds happiness in the mountains. She has the cutest dog in the whole world, Mitzy, and a feisty cat that is always getting into trouble, Buster.
Dr. Cristie Hunter first received her Bachelors in Civil Engineering from Duke University. She then decided to change career paths to pursue veterinary medicine. Dr. Hunter then attended the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 2002. Following an internship at the University of Minnesota, she began her career in emergency medicine. After moving to Colorado in 2004, she joined the Boulder and Northside Emergency Pet Clinic teams in 2005. When not working, Cristie enjoys spending time with her husband Jason, 4 dogs (Buddy, Juno, Roxy, and Foo), and 2 cats (Ed and Chewy) and taking advantage of living in Colorado by hiking, camping, mountain biking, and snowboarding.
Dr. Kristy Amer graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Following graduation, Dr. Amer completed an internship and residency program at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, KY. She switched her focus to small animals in 2007 and shortly thereafter moved to Colorado. Dr. Amer enjoys the fast pace and case diversity of emergency medicine. When not working she takes advantage of Colorado's wonderful outdoors. Dr. Amer enjoys road and mountain biking, running, hiking, and snowboarding. She includes her beautiful yellow lab Mya in as many of these activities as possible.
Dr. Kyle Marano graduated from the University Of Florida College Of Veterinary Medicine after receiving a bachelors in animal science from The Ohio State University. He was born and raised in Connecticut. Dr. Marano has traveled the country in his education and training, finishing with an internship at a specialty and emergency practice in the San Francisco Bay area. He enjoys soft tissue surgery, ultrasound, and the excitement and challenge that emergency medicine brings. He and his wife are parents to two beautiful children and moved to Colorado to enjoy the great outdoor activities and hiking 14ers. They also have a very lazy and perpetually hungry cat named Jack.
Dr. Lisa Carroll completed her Bachelor's degree in biology in 1990 and her DVM from Kansas State University in 1994. She joined a mixed animal practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico where she worked for four years treating small, large, and exotic animals. She then moved in 1998 to the Boulder area where she has practiced exclusively small animal emergency medicine. As past president of the local area veterinary association, she has developed strong ties with many other members of the veterinary community.
Dr. Carroll lives in Longmont with her husband, their three daughters, one dog, three cats, two guinea pigs, three goldfish, and one turtle. In her free time she enjoys hiking, gardening, martial arts, and mentoring youth activities.