New Medical Advisory Board Member: Dr. Kimberly Greene

Dr. Kimberly Greene is excited to be a member of the Medical Advisory Board. Born and raised in Apollo Beach, Florida, she went to undergraduate school at the University of Tampa and graduated with a Major in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry. She continued to pursue a career in Veterinary Medicine at Ross University in St. Kitts and graduated from Mississippi State University in 2001.

After completing her graduate work, Dr. Greene returned to Florida and practiced for several years in Hillsborough and Manatee counties at various vet clinics. In 2014, she moved out of state and away from full-time practice (although staying in the veterinary industry). In March of 2018, though, after four years away, Dr. Greene was happy to join Animal Oasis Veterinary Hospital in Naples, Florida where she now serves as their Managing Veterinarian. Dr. Greene’s husband Tino, 2 kids (Zoe and Cayden), 2 dogs (Batman and Aspen), 2 cats (Blooper’s and Victor), and horse (Blackie) are all very happy to make Naples their home. Dr. Greene‘s hobbies include surfing, boating, and hanging with her family on her days off.

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Greene to the MAB.

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  1. William Harper says:

    Dr. Greene, I don’t know you but I know you are an excellent addition to the MAB. I can tell a great person when I see them holding their dachshund! (I’m a dachshund nut. I’ve had many and still have 2.)😁

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