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Lori has been one our nurses for several years. She is wonderful with cats who would really rather be somewhere other than our office! Lori is very dedicated to her job and appreciated by many of our clients.
Jill has worked in the veterinary field since she was 14! She graduated from Kansas State University in 1999 and joined Bradley Animal Hospital in 2000. Jill enjoys all aspects of animal care and has a special interest in animal behavior. Jill lives in Baldwin City with her husband, Steve and 4 children; Maiya, Parker, Marshall, and Paisley, her dog Disney, and cats Fiona and Mr. Pickles. She enjoys spending time with her family outside, playing basketball, camping, cooking, and doing stamp crafts. Jill has trained in all areas of the hospital and is eager to help wherever she is most needed!
You may have already read about Rachel on our receptionist page but we like her so much she gets to be posted twice! Rachel's nurse expertise includes assisting doctors with appointments and reading many of our lab samples coming through the office on a daily basis. Rachel is also well versed in everything relating to appointments and inpatient care.
James joined the BAH team in September 2012. He is studying genetics at KU. His goal is to attend veterinary school one day.
Jasmine is a student at KU. She joined the team in November 2012 and has been a great addition. We are hoping to convince her to pursue veterinary school in the future!
Becky joined our team in March 2014. She returns to Lawrence after living out West for several years. She brings veterinary experience to our team and enjoys visiting with clients and helping our patients in any way possible.
April started working at BAH in April 2014. She has her Master's in Animal Science, with a focus on cattle health care and well-being. She enjoys working in an energetic atmosphere and helping animals and their people.