Dr. Michelle Vereb

Dr. Michelle Vereb is an associate veterinarian at Orchid Springs Animal Hospital. She was born and raised in Tampa, and is excited to be working near her family and friends. Dr. Vereb is a proud “double-Gator,” having attended the University of Florida for both her undergraduate studies and veterinary school. She is passionate about community involvement, and has been involved in multiple organizations and leadership positions throughout her education. During veterinary school, she volunteered with PAWS (Pets Are Wonderful Support), a free monthly pet clinic for low-income and disabled residents of Alachua County, as well as Operation Catnip, a trap-neuter-release (TNR) program for community cats, among other organizations.

Following completion of veterinary school, Dr. Vereb sought additional advanced training. She completed a one-year Rotating Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Iowa State University, followed by a one-year Cardiology Internship at a private practice near Atlanta. While completing her Cardiology Internship, she also worked relief shifts as an Emergency Veterinarian. Dr. Vereb has authored or co-authored 5 scientific research articles and 3 research abstracts in the subject of veterinary cardiology. In 2022, she presented her research at the national American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum in Austin, TX.

While Dr. Vereb loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, she has special interests in cardiology, internal medicine, emergency, and feline medicine. She is passionate about client communication, dedicated to practicing the highest quality of evidence-based medicine, and strives to be a lifelong learner.

Outside of work, Dr. Vereb enjoys painting, traveling, spending time with her family and friends, and doing almost anything outdoors (cycling, paddle boarding, hiking, horseback riding, etc). She has two cats, an outgoing large boy (pictured) and a shy small tabby girl (not pictured).

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