Originally from Georgia, Dr. Karen Bradley graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. Dr. Bradley, along with her husband, adopted Vermont as their home state in 2000.
Joining Onion River Animal Hospital (ORAH) 20 years ago, it was immediately apparent that this was a special place. Working with a veterinary team of compassionate, skilled people who truly care about the central Vermont community and their pets made ORAH her forever work home. She has been an owner since 2003 and is very proud of the clinic’s current full-service, state-of-the-art facility providing Fear-Free Certified care.
Dr. Bradley lives with her husband, 2 children, and menagerie of animals including 2 English Mastiffs, 4 cats, 2 rabbits, 2 ducks, 20 chickens, 2 miniature horses, 1 pony, and 1 horse.
Karen Bradley, DVM
Anne Culp, VMD
She lives in Moretown with her husband and daughters and three herding dog mutts- Bird and Pixie (aka Errol and Hedwig). When not at work, she usually can be found walking, biking or skiing in the woods with her family.
Hannah Flynn, VMD
Lauren Quinn, DVM
Dr. Magida has spent the last six years practicing in Chicago and on the North Shore of Boston. She and her husband now live in Jericho with their two children and “coconut retriever” Lia. They are incredibly excited to be home in Vermont. When she isn’t at work Dr. Magida enjoys her days trying to keep up with her kids, baking, exploring the outdoors with her family, traveling, and reading.
Kristi Magida, DVM
Carl Harris, DVM
Alison Cornwall, DVM
Bri Wilkinson, BVMS
Currently, she is the Practice Manager and co-owner of ORAH. She oversees hospital administration, strategic operational planning, professional development for staff, quality and safety standards, and customer service excellence. A native Vermonter, she loves spending time with her family and two golden retrievers, and one golden feline and she can often be found swimming, sailing, biking, or skiing in the great outdoors of Vermont.