Andrew Roemisch, DVM
Dr. Roemisch grew up in Stephenville, Texas and graduated from Angelo State University with his Bachelor of Sciences in 2007. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University in 2011. Upon graduating from TAMU he worked as an associate veterinarian at Belton Veterinary Clinic. From Belton Dr. Roemisch took on the goal of opening his own practice, which opened its doors February of 2015. Dr. Roemisch enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine but has specific interest in Food Animal medicine and surgery as well as orthopedics.
Alese Eichhorn, DVM
Dr. Alese, a native of Lorena, attended Texas A&M University and received her undergraduate degree in Animal Science in 2004. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2010. Upon completion of her DVM, she relocated to San Antonio and completed a one year equine internship at Retama Equine Hospital. Dr. Alese then worked at Belton Veterinary Clinic prior to joining in on the start up of Cottonwood Creek Veterinary Hospital.
Lori Horn, DVM
Dr. Horn, a native of Hillsboro, attended Texas A&M and received her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2013. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M in 2017. Dr. Horn has a special interest in small ruminant medicine. She enjoys spending time with her cat spade and her ball python spider.
Heather Teichgraeber, DVM
Brock Williams, DVM
Dr. Williams grew up in Florida and Nevada before moving to the Waco area in 1999. He attended McLennan Community College and Texas A&M before completing his veterinary degree at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee. Dr. Williams enjoys working with all animals. His special interests include small animal internal and preventative medicine. In his spare time Dr. Williams enjoys hiking with his dogs Russell and Stitch.
Travis Roberts, DVM
Dr. Roberts grew up on a cattle ranch in west Texas outside of Big Spring. He graduated from Angelo State University with his Bachelor of Science in 2010. He then spent a couple of years back home working on a ranch and in the oil fields. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2018. Dr. Roberts enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery. He has a special interest in food animal medicine, herd health, and reproductive techniques.