Aimee N. Brooks, DVM Veterinary Technician Instructor
Wish you could bring home every stray cat and dog and nurse them back to health? If you are considering veterinary technician training, look no further than Rockford Career College. Our program is run by caring, experienced professionals such as Aimee N. Brooks, DVM. Program director and veterinarian for RCC's veterinary technician program, Dr. Brooks pours her love for animals and the profession into everything she does.
Dr. Brooks completed all of her post-secondary degree work at The Ohio State University. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 2004, Masters of Public Health degree with a Veterinary Public Health Specialization in 2007, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2010. Following her graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Brooks completed a year-long internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Dogs & Cats Veterinary Referral and Emergency in Bowie, Maryland. She also undertook a year-long surgery internship at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2010, Dr. Brooks was awarded the Excellence in Small Animal Surgery Award from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Throughout her career, Dr. Brooks has taught both veterinary and veterinary technician students. She continues to teach because caring for animals is not a job, but a way of life. Even her free time is spent caring for her two dogs, a Miniature Schnauzer and a soft-coated Wheaten terrier. Her passion for educating stems from the hope that future generations of pets will receive the loving care they deserve. This is why she is committed to providing students with high-quality lessons aimed at their success.
Dr. Brooks is always eager to meet potential students! To schedule a meeting, please submit our Request Information form on the top of the page or call 888.680.6682.
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