Dr. Kurt Beaumont was born and raised in Champaign-Urbana. Both his father and uncle were veterinarians. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ross University. Dr. Beaumont and his wife, Mavis, have four children: Kyle, Skyler, Karly, and Kylie. Outside of work, Dr. Beaumont enjoys boating and spending time with his family.
Dr. Myers, Veterinarian
Dr. Jackie Myers is an accomplished associate veterinarian with a passion for providing exceptional care to animals. She obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University and has since dedicated five years to practicing veterinary medicine. Dr. Myers specializes in various areas, including soft tissue surgery, internal medicine, ultrasonography, and preventative medicine, showcasing her expertise and commitment to comprehensive animal healthcare.
Known for her unwavering dedication and compassionate nature, Dr. Myers takes great pride in delivering personalized and attentive care to her patients. She approaches veterinary medicine with a deep understanding of the unique needs of each animal, ensuring their well-being and comfort throughout the treatment process. Outside of her professional pursuits, Dr. Myers finds solace in nurturing her green thumb through gardening, as well as exploring the great outdoors through activities such as kayaking and hiking. Her two beloved dogs, Tango and Rowdy, accompany her on these adventures, along with the companionship of her five cats—Elly, Natsu, Lucy, Pippin, and Nala—and a lively rabbit named Tim, completing her joy-filled home.
Dr. Stark, Veterinarian
Dr. Stark graduated summa cum laude from Mt. Zion High School and received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Minor in Chemistry, both with honors, at Illinois State University. Her childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian became a reality when she earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Illinois. Dr. Stark has a special interest in ultrasonography, internal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. She prides herself in creating strong, lasting relationships with her clients so that the patient can receive the best care possible both at the clinic and at home. Outside of her profession, she enjoys reading dystopian books, watching various T.V. shows/movies, painting, playing/cuddling with her pets, and visiting the forest preserve with her significant other. Her furry companions include Forrest, a 5-year-old Brittany Spaniel, Eerie, a 1-year-old DSH (Domestic Shorthair), and Cider, an 11-month-old DSH (Domestic Shorthair).