Glaucoma is typically a disease affecting middle- age to older pets. The symptoms can be very insidious in that they may not be noticeable at first, but eventually you may see a red eye or a dila ...View Article
Dr. Tim Harris
Dr. Harris received his DVM from the University of Illinois. Since 1970 he has provided quality veterinary care for birds, exotics and companion animals throughout the United States. Our patients are truly lucky to have such a dedicated and caring veterinarian.
As mentioned above his medical interests included Birds and Exotics including some past performers of Ringling Brothers Circus. He is a member of several professional organizations including AVMA, ISVMA, Avain Association and the Association of Exotic Mammals. He currently is a board member for the Illinois Department of Professional Regulations and Licensing.
When not caring for your pets he has his own at home to care for, including dogs, cats, birds and horses. In his "spare time" he enjoys boating, camping and hiking with his family. He has also been a 4-H leader in Lake County for the past 15 years.
Dr. Bindu Soman/Mohan
Dr. Soman/Mohan has a been practicing at Animal Care and Medical Center since 2006. She grew up in India, and currently resides in Northern Illinois. After graduating from veterinary school Dr. Mohan earned her Masters Degree from Iowa State.
Dr. Soman/Mohan medical interests include internal medicine and soft-tissue surgery. She enjoys reading, gardening and spending time with her family. Her dream dog is a French Bulldog!
Dr. Soman's dream dog!
Dr. Ann Marie Woyma
Dr. Woyma received her DVM from Ohio State University. She grew up in Northeast Ohio and is excited to be returning to the Midwest after completing a summer internship at the Virginia Beach SPCA. Although Dr. Woyma enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, her particular interests include bird and exotic animal medicine, soft tissue surgery, cardiology, and the human-animal bond.
When not at the hospital, Dr. Woyma enjoys spending time with her husband, who is on active duty with the US Navy, as well as her two cats, Tiger and Delilah, and her horse Reggie. She also enjoys running, reading, cooking, and traveling. Dr. Woyma is thrilled to be joining the staff at Animal Care and Medical Center and is looking forward to meeting you and your pets!
Dr. Woyma's cats, Tiger and Delilah!
Veterinary Technicians and Assistants
Our veterinary technicians and assistants work to make sure your pet's experience at our clinic is the best it can possibly be. They provide support to the doctors and utilize low stress handling techniques for all species to put your pet at ease while they are being examined, having diagnostics run, or being treated. These are also the people who make sure pets who are staying with us have plenty of fresh food and water, lots of potty breaks, individual attention and love, receive any necessary treatments, and are kept comfy while they are here. They will be happy to discuss any needs your pet has while they are here, whether it's just for an appointment or for an extended stay!
Our reception staff are here to answer your phone calls, schedule your appointments, get you checked in and out in a timely manner, and connect you to someone who can answer your questions should you have one! They will be happy to help you get any information you need or schedule a time for your pet to come in and see us that will accomodate your schedule.
Beauty and Nikki, Front Desk Staff
Many people are quick to notice our front desk helpers, Beauty (who works mornings) and Nikki (who works afternoon and evenings). Beauty and Nikki can be found calling out a cheery "hello!" as clients walk in and a friendly "bye-bye!" as you go on your way. They are also very good at chewing up files, and can sometimes be persuaded to sing a little song for you. We love having Beauty and Nikki on staff with us. Be sure to say hi the next time you are in!
Beauty hard at work at the front desk
Nikki says if you work too much to get to the gym, make your workplace your gym!