Dr. Misti May leads our healthcare team. She is a 1993 graduate of the Kansas State College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests include surgery, dentistry and helping families with the patients she sees. She and her husband Greg have four children together, Brianna, Jordan, Caroline and Andrew, one sweet grandchild, Kaia Rae, and a loveable Vizsla named Cleveland. You may not know it, but besides being a great doctor Dr. May is one mean cook. Just ask her staff! When she is not busy at the clinic Dr. May enjoys traveling with her family, going to KSU football games and playing WAY TOO MUCH competitive USTA tennis with her husband.
Dr. Boyd Walker also provides medical care for our patients. Dr. Walker graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1972. He is a retired educator, serving as director of Colby Community College's veterinary technology program for 26 years. Teaching client's animal health and behavior is his continuing love. After hours Dr. Walker enjoys living on the family farm, gardening, hunting, and fishing. He and his wife Sharon have raised three children. Elisabeth, Rachael, and Ethan and now are enjoying three adorable grandchildren, Esme', Jack and Lucy.
Megan Schwartz has been an integral part of Southview Veterinary Hospital since 2002. She is currently in charge of patient care. Her special interests are in the areas of training and animal behavior counseling. Megan lives outside of Moundridge on a family farm, that is fondly referred to as, "The Compound." Megan has a menagerie of animals including Ruth, a red heeler, a cat named John Wayne, two sheep, Betty and Barney, Vera the fainting goat, three mini donks named, Matt Dillon, Ms. Kitty and Calamity Jane and four horses, Skeet, Jimmy, Red, and Cody. In her spare time, she is an active member of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association. So, if you find Megan after work, she will be practicing shooting or at least on top of a horse!
"Mama Dee" McMichael retired after 30 years at Hospira and came to work for Southview in 2016. You can catch a glimpse of her in the afternoon working behind the scenes. Mama Dee takes loving care of our Southview patients in the evenings and holidays. She has 3 kids and 5 grandchildren that she adores. Mama Dee loves to camp and hang out with her forever friends. Mama Dee has a heart of gold, so not to anyone's surprise she has rescued every pet she calls family. Fortunately for her pets, they are loved to the moon and back. Mama Dee is at home with her two pets Bernie and Jenny.
Trisha Kelly has been a part of the Southview Veterinary Hospital Team since 2009, when she started as kennel help. Trisha went off to college and then received her Veterinary Technician degree and returned to Southview. Trisha and her husband, Brody, live on a farm outside of Sterling with their adorable, fun-loving golden retriever named Leroy, and a 3-legged cat named Aunt Jemima, that Trisha rescued. Trisha is every man's dream because she loves to cook, hunt, fish and grow her own food. Brody is a blessed man!an!
Sue Wall has been a part of Southview since 2003. She is a part-time employee who finds herself in many roles. Professionally, Sue is a retired physical therapist. She is beneficial in orthopedic cases and can be called at any time to assist with rehabilitation questions for our orthopedic patients. We also call Sue the "Tasmanian Devil" because she is always busy when she is working. Sue and her husband, Brent, have three grown daughters and two grandsons.
Tiffany Hinson has been at Southview since the days of Dr. Brad Walker. She started working with animals with the McPherson County Humane Society and then came to work as weekend kennel staff in 1999. Currently, Tiffany is a flexible employee who takes care of patients on mornings, nights, weekends, holidays and everything in between. Even though she is a very active part of our staff, many clients have never met Tiffany. However, she knows your pets quite well! Tiffany and her husband, Bobby, have a daughter, Serena, and too many animals to count.
Tammy Wagoner is a new face to Southview; she started in November of 2017. Tammy is also a KSU graduate with a degree in dietetics, however, working at a vet clinic was a dream. When the opportunity to work at Southview came up, she jumped on it. Tammy is so excited to be working with an incredibly kind, supportive and caring team of people. You will see her working at the front desk and wherever she is needed. Tammy and her husband Mark have two children, Quentin and Sidney, and a son-in-law Eddie. In addition, they have two chihuahua fur babies, Izzy and Dobby and two grand-dogs, Otis, a bloodhound and Magnolia, a Dalmatian. Tammy likes to shop for vintage treasures, vacation with her extended family (all 17 of them) and spend time with her family.
Stacey has been with Southview since 2016. Stacey is the first smiling face you will see when you visit Southview, and amazingly she knows every client's name and their beloved pets. Her job title is receptionist; however, you will see her filling in wherever she is needed so she can better serve our clients. Stacey received her bachelor's degree in dietetics at KSU, however, she has always loved animals. Stacey and her husband Jim have three children, Kylie, Kenzie, and Jimmy. The family has two dogs, Mollea, a Lhasa Apso and Boomer, a Labrador Retriever. In her spare time, you will find Stacey rooting for her favorite college team, KSU, playing games with her family, spending time at their lake house, and jamming to her favorite band "Bon Jovi!"
Southview Veterinary Hospital
1423 S 81 Bypass
McPherson, KS 67460
For after-hour emergencies, call our on-call doctor at: 620-755-4324
Monday 7:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 1:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Friday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm