Dr. Marcy Hammerle, was installed as president during the Missouri Veterinary Medical Association’s (MVMA) Virtual Annual Convention held January 21-24.

As president, Dr. Hammerle will preside at all MVMA general membership meetings, serve as chair of the Board of Governors, be an ex-officio member of all MVMA committees, and report to the Executive Board on matters pertaining to the goals of the association.

Marcy Hammerle, DVM, DABVP is a 2003 graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. She is the owner of The Pet Doctor, an AAHA accredited, three doctor small animal practice in O’Fallon, MO. She is a member of the AVMA, MVMA, ABVP, AAHA and attends over 50 hours of medical and management continuing education yearly. In 2017, Dr. Hammerle also became certified in canine rehabilitation (CCRP). She has been active in the MVMA since graduation and has been involved in organized veterinary medicine by serving on many different committees and task forces. She is currently the chair of the MVMA Veterinary Technician and Practice Staff committee and is on the board of the MVMF (Missouri Veterinary Medical Foundation). Dr. Hammerle is also a past president of the Greater St. Louis Veterinary Medical Association. She has served on several charity boards and is a current executive board member for Treehouse, a therapeutic riding program that pairs horseback riding with children and adults with developmental needs. She is also involved in Boy Scouts and is a merit badge counselor for several veterinary-related merit badges.

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Association is the society for veterinarians in the state, dedicated to maintaining the highest standards for professionalism and ethics in animal health care in Missouri. The association was founded to help the veterinarian better serve the welfare of animals and their owners.

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