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It is the goal of our doctors and professional staff to provide the very best and latest in quality veterinary care. Our doctors and staff attend continuing education seminars at a national, state, and local level, in addition to our own staff seminars every two weeks. Our veterinarians are members of numerous professional organizations including the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association, and Chicago Veterinary Medical Association. All of our veterinarians participate in general practice, and each also has special areas of interest which help to deepen our diagnostic and treatment capabilities.
Dr. Haag has contributed greatly to the growth of our facility into
a first-rate veterinary hospital since he joined us in 1996. A
1996 graduate of Michigan State University, Dr. Haag's special
areas of interest include internal medicine, acupuncture,
dentistry, and ultrasonography. Dr. Haag lives wife his wife Sara, daughters Amelia, Annika and Georgia, their dogs Dixie and Whinnie, and cats Florentine and Tiny.
Dr. Mey joined the hospital in 2006. She graduated from
Michigan State University in 1996. Her special areas of interest
include the human-animal bond, internal medicine, surgery, and
senior wellness care. Dr. Mey lives with her husband Dr. Haag in Evanston.
Dr. Wilner graduated from the University of Illinois in 1990. Her special interests are internal medicine, dermatology and spending quality time with clients and their precious pets.
She lives in the northwest suburbs with her husband Corey and two children Mike and Monica along with her dog "Ti" and cat "Koka". Koka found Dr. Wilner at Golf-Mil Veterinary Hospital fourteen years ago. Even though she only weighs seven pounds and has three legs, she is the queen. Her golden retriever "Ti" is "Queen Koka's " obedient subject!
Dr. Wilner enjoys long walks with her husband and her dog "Ti". She also loves biking and reading in her spare time. She enjoys giving talks at local schools teaching kids how to care for their pets.
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