Alicia Eliscu, DVM
Dr. Alicia Eliscu graduated from Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science in 1998. She has worked at KRVC since 2000 and has a special interest in surgery. Alicia enjoys spending time with her husband and three awesome daughters, her Laborador named Fawn, and her two cats, Mickey and Markey.
James Ebner, DVM
Dr. Ebner received his bachelor's degree in Biology from Colorado State University. After graduation he joined a research laboratory at CSU and helped study the devastating feline diseases Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunodiffiency Virus. After 8 years of research Dr. Ebner entered the professional veterinary medical program at CSU. Upon graduation he practiced in Loveland, Colorado for several years before moving to Florida to join Kirkman Road Veterinary clinic in 2002. During this time he met and eventually married his wife Ana. They returned to Colorado for several years but in March of 2013 Dr. Ebner was welcomed back to Kirkman Road Veterinary clinic. Away from the clinic he enjoys spending time with his Giant Schnauzer, bicycling with his wife and gardening. Phone: 407-297-7528
Heidi Graves, DVM
Dr. Heidi Graves is a 1999 graduate of the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests include feline medicine and geriatrics. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, working out, and reading. Phone: 407-297-7528
Danise Martinez, DVM
Dr. Danise Martinez graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. Although originally from Tampa, after graduation she moved to Orlando with her husband and has worked in the area ever since. Dr. Martinez has a lab named Dylan, and dobermans named Ziva and Flynn, brother and sister kitties named Marty and Elora, and three horses named Mica, Sierra and Sueete. In her spare time she enjoys distance trail riding. Go Gators!! Phone: 407-965-1166
Kelly Wilson, DVM
Kelly Wilson, DVM, is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She strives to practice and promote quality medicine within the veterinary medical field. She grew up in a small farm town where she was always very active in sports, the FFA, 4-H and attended a vocational agricultural high school. She started volunteering at a local veterinary hospital when she was very young. She later graduated magna cum laude at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary sciences and was also the UMass Pre-Vet Club President for 2 years. After practicing as a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), later she furthered her career, achieving her degree in Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University.. Her clinical year of Veterinary School was at Auburn University in Alabama. Since then she has worked as a general practitioner, emergency medicine veterinarian, and has taught veterinary medicine to veterinary and veterinary technology college students. Some of her favorite aspects of the field are client education, dentistry, and rehabilitation. She enjoys working within the community and spending time with her animals, three dogs; Brody, Olly, Razor and one cat named Doc. She is an avid traveler, loves the outdoors and competing in a variety of sports and going to the gym.
Katherine Savardi, DVM
Dr. Savardi enjoyed growing up in Annapolis, Maryland exploring the Chesapeake Bay. In 2008 she moved to Florida to attend the University of Florida for her undergraduate degree in Biology (Go Gators!). After graduation, she moved to Blacksburg, Virginia to attend the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Following completion of veterinary school, she moved to Cincinnati, Ohio and worked in small animal general practice for over two years. She recently moved to Orlando with her husband and kitten, Stella. Outside of the clinic she enjoys traveling, going to the beach and reading a good book!