Dr. Tom Smith | Veterinarian
Dr. Smith grew up on a farm in Cassopolis, Michigan. He graduated from Michigan State’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001 and has been working at Milford ever since. He has a special interest in small animal dentistry and small ruminant medicine and surgery. Dr. Smith and his wife Janelle live on a small farm where they raise commercial sheep. They have 5 children: Braden, Abby, Levi, David, and Benjamin. He enjoys fishing, gardening, and most outdoor activities.
Dr. Amber Chapman | Veterinarian
Dr. Chapman grew up in Galien, Michigan on a small hobby farm and showed for 15 years at the Berrien County Youth Fair (BCYF). She received a Bachelor’s of Animal Science from Andrew’s University in 2005 and graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She currently has a small hobby farm which includes pygmy goats, a llama, chickens, ducks, cats, and dogs. While she’s not working, Dr. Chapman enjoys showing the pygmy goats nationally, being a co-superintendent of the goat barn at the BCYF, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Mark Yoder | Veterinarian
Dr. Yoder completed his DVM degree at Purdue University in May 2013. He began his career as a veterinarian with Milford in May 2013 as well. He works with both large and small animals. He enjoys large animal reproduction and small animal surgery. Dr. Yoder lives in the country between New Paris and Syracuse. He has 2 dogs, 3 barn cats, a small herd of goats, and 1 horse. He is married to Lindsey and they are blessed with a daughter, Rachel Dawn, who was born in April 2018. Their second daughter is due to arrive, Lord-willing, mid-May 2020.
Dr. Kaytie Voirol | Veterinarian
Dr. Voirol grew up in Milford and attended Milford Schools (K-8) where her parents (Cayle and Kris Woodard) taught. She graduated from Wawasee High School in 2010 and moved to Michigan to attend Michigan State University, shortly thereafter. She graduated from MSU with her Bachelor’s in Animal Science in 2014 and started at MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Upon graduation in 2020, Dr. Voirol, her husband, Kyle, and their son, Keyth, moved back to Milford, so that she could begin her career as part of the MAC family. Dr. Voirol cleaned kennels for MAC back in 2007, when she was a sophomore in high school. Things have changed a lot since then, both for her and for the clinic. Dr. Voirol’s special interests are in equine sports medicine and reproduction. She currently has 2 dogs of her own but is hoping to have a house and land for more animals soon. Dr. Voirol enjoys spending time with family, fitness, puzzles, and being outdoors.