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Dr. Tami Radney – Veterinarian

Dr. Radney is a 1989 graduate of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. With 16 years experience practicing in 7 different states, Dr. Radney brings a unique perspective to practice. Her special interests include surgery, pain management, and the human animal bond.

Dr. Radney resides in the country near Wood River with her husband (also a veterinarian!) and four children. Outside of veterinary medicine she actively shows horses with her children; loves gardening and is an avid photographer.

When her husband suffered a debilitating closed head brain injury in 2001, Dr. Radney qualified her dog Merle as a Certified Therapy Dog and volunteered at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Lincoln.

Deb Kober – Licensed Veterinary Technician

Deb is a 1984 graduate of Nebraska school of Technical Agriculture Veterinary Technology department and a member of the Nebraska Veterinary Technician Association. She has 21 years of experience and in 1992 received the honor of Nebraska Technician of the Year.

Deb is responsible for numerous patient care duties including anesthesia, surgical assistant, critical nursing care, radiology and laboratory analysis.

Deb has lived in NE her entire life and currently lives in Grand Island with her husband, 5 children, 1 Rottweiler, 2 cats, 3 birds, dozens of fish and 1 snake.

Lori Krolikowski Sander – Licensed Veterinary Technician

Lori graduated from St. Martin’s College in Lacey, WA with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology. Her original plan was to work with human patients, but after teaching dog training for several years, she discovered that veterinary work was her first calling. She then completed her veterinary technician schooling at UNL-NCTA and has worked as a technician for the past five years.

Lori is responsible for numerous patient care duties including surgical anesthesia, radiology and laboratory analysis and has a special interest in behavioral and training issues.

She is a member of the Nebraska Veterinary Technicians Association, and participates in numerous dachshund related groups. She and her husband, David, live in Grand Island and enjoy traveling, snorkeling, and spoiling their wiener dog, Benten.

Your other family doctor...
1016 Diers Ave, Suite 119 Grand Island, NE 68803
(next to Whiskey Creek) 308.382.9036