Dr. Terri Rosado, DVM, CVA, CCRT
Dr. Rosado graduated from the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She then completed a one-year internship at the
University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Small Animal Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Surgery; followed by certification in Mixed Animal
Acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Reddick, FL. As a full-time associate in Palm Coast, FL (2006 to 2010). Dr. Rosado continued to focus on preventative medicine,
senior well-care, and integrative care for her small animal patients. From 2010 to 2012, Dr. Rosado was the Managing Veterinarian at the St. Augustine Regional
Veterinary Emergency Center, then opened FIVC in October 2012. In May 2014 she completed her certification in Canine Rehabilitation Therapy. Dr. Rosado is a teaching
assistant at the Chi Institute. Memberships include: the American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management,
the American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, the American Veterinary Medical Association, The Florida Veterinary Medical Association, and the
Volusia-Flagler Veterinary Medical Assosication.
Dr. Rosado enjoys bike riding; the beautiful beaches of Florida; providing a warm lap to her three cats, Connie, Charlotte, and Kitty; and her beautiful and deservedly
spoiled puppies Lily, and Leisl.
Dr. Carrie Coffey, DVM
Carrie graduated from the University of FL in 2011 with her DVM. During her time at UF, Carrie was actively involved with the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service, and continues to volunteer
with the team to respond to medical or environmental disasters.
Carrie would like to see a world where people and animals develop deeper, more meaningful relationships. She uses her former career as an educator to help clients learn about their furry family
members and thus build a better human-animal bond. This approach takes a little extra time in the exam room, but Carrie wouldn’t have it any other way. Carrie also has a passion for surgery and
enjoys her time in the operating room as well as dental surgery and care. When she’s not in the hospital, Carrie is an avid outdoor enthusiast. You can find her on the local waterways with her
paddleboard and first mate, Nani. Exploring the state and national parks is also a great way to connect with nature. She lives with her son, Derek, two dogs, Nani and Savannah, and her very
handsome cat, Phin.
Dr. Heather Rogers, DVM
Dr. Rogers graduated from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary medicine in 2011. During her time in vet school she developed a passion for disaster medicine, driving her to become a
part of the Veterinary Emergency Treatment Services and continuing after vet school as part of the Florida State Agricultural Response Team. She has participated in many training exercises as
well as disaster relief in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and in North Florida and Alabama after the BP oil spill. She also believes in humanitarian work and will be attending a mission
trip to Guatemala in Nov 2018. Dr. Rogers also feels strongly about pets having as little stress as possible in their visit to the office. This strongly held belief has led her to additional
training and becoming Fear Free certified. Something she plans to continue with in the future. In her spare time Dr, Rogers enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking and pretty much anything
outdoors. A few days a week you will still find her on the soccer field playing in a league and keeping in shape. Her fury family members include Roo, a long-haired dachshund and Baby Kitty, a
long haired main coon mix.
In her spare time Dr, Rogers enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking and pretty much anything outdoors. A few days a week you will still find her on the soccer field playing in a league and
keeping in shape. Her fury family members include Roo, a long-haired dachshund and Baby Kitty, a long haired main coon mix.
Dr. Diane Clark, D.C., C.V.C.P.
Doctor of Chiropractic, Certified Veterinary Chiropractitioner
Dr.Clark graduated from Life Chiropractic College in Atlanta, GA in 1987. Before moving to Central Florida, she had a private practice for humans in
Pompano Beach, FL and worked on animals at a veterinarian's clinic in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Presently, she practices in the clinic at Palmer College of
Chiropractic Florida in Port Orange, as well as on animals using the VOM (Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation) technique in the Flagler/Volusia
county areas. Besides enjoying time with her dogs, Dr. Clark's hobbies include traveling, boating, and gardening.
Jennifer Hodges, Business Manager
Jennifer is the primary provider of cold laser therapy through FIVC, having completed the same cold laser training course as Dr. Rosado. Based on a
complete evaluation, physical examination, and a cold laser treatment prescription from Dr. Rosado, Jennifer follows up with all cold laser
patients, treating each patient ias if s/he were her own pet. Jennifer spends her free time with her son Cody, their three cats - Smokey, Minya,
and Benny, and the beautiful and deservedly spoiled Lily, a dog she and her sister Dr. Rosado rescued.
(Licensed Veterinary Technician, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Assistant)
Carrie was in the human field before going back to school for Veterinary technology, graduating and becoming certified in 2001, and has worked with animals for over 20
years. Carrie became a certified rehabilitation technician in 2013. In her spare time she dotes on her 10 year old rescue pup, and enjoys walking (with pup) on the beach,
biking, and kayaking.
Betty, Stem Cell Therapy
Betty is a graduate of the University of Delaware Nursing College and has been an Oncology nurse for over 15 years. She and her husband of 33 years
moved to Flagler Beach 18 years ago and have a small horse farm. She loves big dogs and big horses and sharing the care of their farm with her husband
Cass. Together they are loved and owned by 3 horses, Mr. Nibbles, Bella and Razor, a beautiful Rottie, Zippy, the world-famous Akita, Boo and a "feral"
cat, Gator, that has decided living inside, sleeping on a pillow, and eating Fancy Feast is the way to go.
I am a 5th generation Floridian born and raised in Flagler county. A true animal lover, I grew up in a barn with my horses and showed all over Florida. I was a member of
The United States Pony Club for ten plus years; and I give all my spare time to my 13 year old American Bulldog mix Roxigirl.
Chelsea, Lead Veterinary Technician
Chelsea spent years as a State Certified Flagler County Animal Control Officer, where she worked hard rescuing and saving
animal’s lives. She wanted to work more in to the medical field and felt that joining the FIVC team would be the place to be. When Chelsea is not working she can be found riding her horses and
spending time with her animals on her farm. Chelsea continues to work closely with rescue groups to train, adopt, and help horses in the county as well during her days off.
Alysa, Veterinary Assistant
Alysa is an experienced animal advocate and veterinary assistant. Alysa first found her love and passion for animals while working at a local shelter, where she spent the last
few years developing her skills and caring for animals in need. Alysa has nurtured abused cats and dogs by socializing them and teaching them how to develop trust with humans again.
Alysa has fostered wounded animals, giving them the love and treatment they needed until they were ready for their furever homes! Alysa’s dedication to rescuing animals is truly inspirational.
As a new member of our team, she is eager to lean what our calling is all about. Alysa spends her free time walking on the beach with her senior pup and caring for her tuxedo kitten. She also
volunteers at local Shelters and reach organizations, where she enjoys giving TLC to the cats and taking the homeless pups for long walks on the nearby trails.
Beth, Treatment Assistant
Beth has been FIVC's primary treatment assistant since 2014. She moved from Connecticut to Florida to be closer to family in 2008. While not at work Beth spends her time raising
her 4 little girls and caring for her fur babies. Horseback riding is her passion.
Keila, Veterinary Technician
Keila graduated from Metropolitan State College of Denver, Colorado in 2007 with a Bachelor's degree in Biology. She moved to Florida in early 2008 where she began working in the veterinary field.
She enjoys caring for her Weimaraner Shiloh and cat Sampson.
Lauren, Room technician
Lauren’s interest in animals started as a young child, and she always knew a career in the animal field was for hre. During my middle school years she began training under an experienced pet sitter,
animal lover and friend. In high school she wanted to gain added experience in the field. To do that she volunteered at a local farm taking care of cows, chickens, horses, dogs and Bob the barn cat.
Lauren absolutely loved it! She has been working with Dr. Rosado and the FIVC team for two years, and is currently work as a room technician/assistant. She has such a passion for what is she learning
and is looking forward to continuing her education as a veterinary technician.