Dr. Kevin A. Drygas, DVM, DACVS
Dr. Kevin Drygas, a Florida native and graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, is a Board Certified Veterinary Surgeon. After veterinary school Dr. Drygas completed a one year general rotating internship in Denver Colorado, followed by a three year surgical residency under the mentorship of Dr. Robert Goring. As a veterinary surgeon Kevin has received advanced training in the fields of stifle stabilization, minimally invasive surgery, complex fracture fixation as well as gastrointestinal surgery.
In addition to his clinical training, Kevin has published numerous articles in peer reviewed journals on the topics of pain management, cruciate ligament (ACL) deficiency and therapy, limb sparing surgery and physical therapy as well as presented research to specialists and veterinarians at regional and national levels. He is the recent recipient of the University of Florida Outstanding Alumni Award and continues to be active in the training of veterinary students and residents.
When Dr. Drygas is not performing surgery, he is enjoying Tallahassee and spending time outdoors – surfing, fishing, exercising, and camping – with wife, Amber, daughter, Lily and son Wil. Dr. Drygas is also a proud parent of a rescue Great Dane, Ford and a rescue French Bulldog, Roma.
2010-2012: Associate Surgeon – Affiliated Veterinary Specialists
2011: Board Certification – American College of Veterinary Surgeons
2007-2010: Surgical Residency – Affiliated Veterinary Specialists – Dr. Robert Goring
2006-2007: Rotating Internship – Alameda East Animal Hospital, Denver, CO (as seen on TV!)
2006: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – Magna Cum Laude – University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
2002: Bachelor of Science – With Honors – University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Dr. Paul J. Sorrentino, DVM
Dr. Sorrentino was born in New Jersey but has lived most of his life in the north Florida area. He is familiar with the Tallahassee area and completed an undergraduate degree in Biology from Florida State University in 1997. He has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2005 after completed his veterinary degree at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine.
Following graduation, Dr. Sorrentino practiced as an associate veterinarian in private practice in Tampa, Florida for 1 year prior to joining North Florida Veterinary Specialists in 2007. There he served as a staff veterinarian and completed a residency training program in small animal internal medicine with Dr. Mark Walker as one of his mentors. He has passed his internal medicine boards and is awaiting acceptance of his publication prior to receiving final diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM).
Dr. Sorrentino has special interests in small animal cardiology and the diagnosis and treatment of immune mediated hemolytic anemia and thrombocytopenia.
In his spare time, Dr. Sorrentino enjoys playing golf and surfing. He is the proud parent of a boxer-mix Max and a tabby-cat Sam.
2011: Successfully Completed Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialty Examination
2011: Completed Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency, North Florida Veterinary Specialists, Jacksonville, FL
2007-2008: Staff Veterinarian North Florida Veterinary Specialists Jacksonville, FL
2006: Associate Veterinarian Wesley Chapel, FL
2005: DVM University of Florida
Dr. Carl T. Jehn, DVM, MS DACVS
Dr. Carl Jehn grew up in Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. After veterinary school Dr. Jehn completed a one year rotating internship at the University of Georgia, followed by a three year surgical residency at the University of Florida. While completing his surgical residency, Dr. Jehn also attended graduate school at the University of Florida and concurrently obtained a Masters Degree in Veterinary Science. As a veterinary surgeon, Dr. Jehn has received advanced training in the fields of knee surgery, fracture fixation, minimally invasive orthopedic surgery, cancer related surgery, negative pressure therapy for septic abdomens, arthroscopy and laparoscopic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, spinal surgery, vacuum assisted closure, wound management and reconstructive surgery.
In addition to his clinical training, Dr. Jehn has published numerous articles in peer reviewed veterinary journals on the topics of hip surgery, wound care, liver surgery, NSAID therapy, critical care, limb sparing surgery and cancer treatment as well as presented research to specialists and veterinarians at regional and national conferences. Dr. Jehn has been in practice in South Florida for the past eight years and has recently moved to Tallahassee. Dr. Jehn enjoys spending time with his two children and pets. He also enjoys the outdoors including camping, fishing, skiing and diving.
2007-2015: Associate Surgeon – Coral Springs Animal Hospital
2009: Board Certification – American College of Veterinary Surgeons
2007: Masters of Science – University of Florida
2004-2007: Surgical Residency – University of Florida
2002-2003: Rotating Internship – University of Georgia
2002: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – With Honors – University of Wisconsin
Dr. Sofia C. Morales, DVM, DACVIM
Dr. Sofia Morales, born in Michigan, has Spanish and Cuban roots. She is a board certified internist who graduated with honors in 2001 from Purdue University Veterinary School of Medicine. She then completed a 1-year general rotating internship immediately followed by a 3-year residency in internal medicine at the University of Minnesota where she stayed on as an adjunct clinical professor for another year. She gained diplomate status of the College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2007. After her academic career, Dr. Morales served the South Florida community for almost 10 years in the field of internal medicine.
Dr. Morales has special interests in the field of infectious diseases, auto-immune illnesses, nephrology, as well as in chronic inflammatory hepatic and intestinal illnesses. Her main focus remains on client and technician/nurse education. She firmly believes the pet owner and nursing staffs are essential parts of any treatment plan and its success. Dr. Morales also knows that the referring veterinarian is a key element to providing a pet with the best care.
2006-2016: Associate Internist – Coral Springs Animal Hospital
2006: Board Certification – American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
2005-2006: Adjunct Professor – University of Minnesota
2002-2005: Internal Medicine Residency – University of Minnesota
2001-2002: Rotating Internship – University of Minnesota
2001: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – With Honors – Purdue University
Dr. Diane T. Lewis, DVM, DACVD
After graduating from The Florida State University, Dr. Diane Lewis received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida. After spending three years in general private practice in Kissimmee and Gainesville, Florida, and Sydney, Australia, Dr. Lewis completed a one year internship in small animal medicine and surgery, followed by a two year residency in dermatology at Louisiana State University. She qualified and became board-certified in dermatology in 1992. She has published numerous book chapters and articles and has lectured extensively across the United States, Europe, and Australia. Her special interests are allergy, ear infections, cutaneous infectious diseases, endocrinology, and dermatopathology.
Dr. Lewis has practiced dermatology across the United States and also has a private specialty dermatology practice in Gainesville, Florida, as well as an adjunct faculty position at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida. She enjoys resident and intern training and the many patients and their owners that she has come to know over the years. When not working, Dr. Lewis enjoys traveling, hiking, reading, yoga, weight training, friends, and her family.
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Dr. Karly Hicks-Robinson, DVM, DACVD
Dr, Karly Hicks-Robinson grew up on the gulf coast of Florida raised in Niceville. She completed a four-year undergraduate degree in 2013 and went on to veterinary school at Auburn University. In 2017 she graduated in the top ranks of her class as Cum Laude. Her training then took her to Franklin Tennessee where she completed a one-year training rotating internship in internal medicine, surgery, and dermatology. Following this, she was accepted into a three-year dermatology residency program at Auburn University Alma Mater which she completed in 2021. Dr, Robinson has a special interest in antibiotic-resistant infections, fungal infections, and autoimmune skin diseases. Her passion is to restore the health and comfort of her patients and ultimately the human-animal bond shared by their owners. When she is not diagnosing and treating complex dermatological conditions, Dr. Robinson and her husband enjoy spending time at the beach, traveling, and Auburn football. She is the proud mother of a fur baby golden retrieve name Wake.
2018-2021: Dermatology Residency - Auburn University
2017-2018: Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship - Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners, Franklin TN
2017: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine - Cum Laude - Auburn University
- 2013: Bachelor of Science - Microbial Biology - Auburn University
American Veterinary Medical Association
American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology
International Society of Veterinary Dermatopathology
Dr. Josh Goodson, DVM
Dr. Josh Goodson is originally from Dublin, GA. He received his Bachelors of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Georgia in 2010, and then went on to Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he graduated with honors in 2015. After vet school, Dr. Goodson completed a year-long small animal rotating internship at BluePearl Veterinary Partners in Tampa, FL. After finishing his internship, Dr. Goodson stayed at BluePearl in Tampa working with their emergency service before moving to Tallahassee to work in general practice for the last 6 years. Dr. Goodson spends his free time with his family and enjoys woodworking, fishing, travelling and going to Disney World.
Jay Barrett, DVM, DACT
Jay Barrett is a native of southwest Georgia. He graduated veterinary school from the University of Georgia in 2008. After a brief time in private practice, he returned to Auburn University as a clinical fellow in the Animal Health and Performance Program, working with athletic and explosives detection canines. In 2014 he decided to return home to practice in the Redhills region of South Georgia and North Florida, where he lives with his wife Kelly (also a veterinarian) and their three kids (Crawford, Carson, and Attaline). Dr Barrett enjoys many facets of veterinary medicine and has worked in small and mixed animal practice including general, emergent, and urgent care practice. In 2021, Dr. Barrett completed the necessary requirements and gained Diplomate status in the American College of Theriogenologists. In his spare time, Dr. Barrett is an avid outdoorsman and enjoys spending time with his family on their farm.
2022-current: Board of Directors for the Society for Theriogenology
2021: Board Certification American College of Theriogenologists
2010-2013: Clinical Fellowship Auburn University Animal Health and Performance Program
2008: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – with Honors – University of Georgia
Dr. Rick Alleman, DVM, Ph.D. Diplomate, ABVP & ACVP
Dr. Rick Alleman received his DVM from Louisiana State University and practiced companion animal medicine and surgery for 9 years in private small animal practice in New Orleans. In 1987 he was board certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners with a specialty in companion animal practice. He was recertified in 1997 and 2007.
Dr. Alleman completed a clinical pathology residency at the University of Florida and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists with a specialty in clinical pathology and completed his Ph.D. degree in molecular biology of vector-borne diseases. He is a former Professor, Service Chief, Resident Coordinator and Director of Laboratories at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, where he was on faculty for 20 years. He is currently Manager of Lighthouse Veterinary Consultants. He is a consultant and serves on the Advisory Boards for IDEXX Laboratories, Merck Animal Health, and Zoetis.
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Dr. David A. Jiménez, DVM, DACVR
Dr. Jiménez grew up in Miami, Florida. After completing a Bachelor of Science at Florida International University, he migrated north to Indiana where he graduated from Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He then went westward to Denver, Colorado. Dr. Jiménez completed an internship in diagnostic imaging and stayed in Denver for two years in small animal primary care. He then returned to Florida to complete an additional diagnostic imaging internship at Affiliated Veterinary Specialists in the city of Maitland. Dr. Jiménez then made his way back up to the I-70 corridor to complete a three-year diagnostic imaging residency at Kansas State University.
Dr. Jiménez is an Associate Professor at the University of Georgia, where he has taught students, trained house officers, and practiced since 2009. He is currently the Chief of Staff of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy. He routinely manages and interprets studies across imaging modalities, including radiography, ultrasonography, MRI, CT, and nuclear scintigraphy. He has an emphasis on small animal imaging and continues to publish peer-reviewed articles on varied imaging topics. He is excited to bring his expertise to Capital Veterinary Specialists as a teleradiologist and imaging consultant.
His home is made complete by his wife Amy and two rescue dogs, Dexter the beagle, and a mixed-breed named Drogo. He may be seen after work and weekends trail running or mountain biking.
2009-Present: Associate Professor. University of Georgia
2009: Board Certification. American College of Veterinary Radiology
2006-2009: Diagnostic Imaging Residency. Kansas State University
2005-2006: Diagnostic Imaging Internship. Affiliated Veterinary Specialists
2002-2003: Diagnostic Imaging Internship. Diagnostic Imaging, PC
1998-2002: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: Purdue University
1994-1998: Bachelor of Science: Florida International University
Mia Skye, DVM
Dr. Mia Skye was born and raised in Tampa, FL. She received both her B.S. in Animal Science and D.V.M. degree from the University of Florida. After graduating from veterinary school in 2006, she completed a rotating small animal internship in the Chicagoland area. Dr. Skye has spent time working in both emergency medicine and general practice over the past 12 years. In her free time, she enjoys being with her family (husband, son and 2 dogs), traveling and spending time outdoors.
Sandra MacArthur, DVM
Dr. Sandra MacArthur is originally from Panama City Beach, FL. She received her B.S. in Biological Sciences / Certificate in Leadership Studies from Florida State University in 2011, received her Master's Degree in Public Health from the University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions in 2016, and graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. After graduation, she completed a companion animal medicine and surgery rotating internship at Louisiana State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, a small animal surgery internship, and a small animal orthopedic surgery research fellowship at the University of Florida Small Animal Hospital. She's joined Capital Veterinary Specialists this year for a rotating surgery internship. She spends her free time playing tennis, cooking, and does needlepoint. She shares her home with Reagan (Husky), Kaleigh (German Shepard), and her two cats, Rowan and Rez.
Anugraha Easaw, MVSc
Dr. Anugraha Easaw is originally from Pathanamthitta, India. She received her Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry degree from the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Veterinary Education and Research. She then attended the College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences and received her Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc) with a concentration in Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine. Dr. Easaw has two dogs, Ruby and Brownie. In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, traveling, reading and singing.