Dr. Kim Radway DVM, Diplomat ABVP (Canine/ Feline)
Beginning in 2008, she began training in ultrasound at the Academy of Veterinary Imaging in Arlington, Texas. After completing every ultrasound course offered, she entered their year-long DVM Imaging Program. This ended in February of 2011 with a certification exam. In 2008, she started a mobile ultrasound business, Rocky Mountain Veterinary Ultrasound, while also working full time in general practice. In July of 2011, Kim left general practice to pursue ultrasound full time and now serves many practices around the rocky mountain region.
From May of 2011 until May of 2013, Dr. Radway began working for New Jersey Mobile Associates one week per month. They are one of the highest volume mobile ultrasound practices in the country and were an amazing training ground in mobile ultrasound skills. Dr. Radway is now reading ultrasound exams through telemedicine for Sonopath.
In December of 2013, Dr. Radway earned the status of Diplomat of the American Board Veterinary Practitioners. This is one of twenty-one veterinary specialty groups accredited by a special committee of the American Board of Veterinary Specialties, a division of the American Veterinary Medical Association, to recognize excellence in clinical practice through the certification of species-oriented specialists.
Beginning in August of 2014, Dr. Radway began also reading telemedicine ultrasound cases for Sonopath, LLC a national veterinary medicine ultrasound consulting business based out of New Jersey. This has been a new and exciting addition to her busy schedule.
Kim’s favorite activities surround spending time with her husband and two daughters. This commonly includes outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking and white water rafting. Their house is also full of pets including 2 dogs, 1 cat, a guinea pig and two horses.
Imhoff Veterinary Surgery
Dr. Darren Imhoff, DVM, DACVS-SA, MS
Originally from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dr. Imhoff received his bachelor’s degree from Princeton University. He worked as both an economics consultant and then as a carpenter and cabinetmaker prior to becoming a veterinarian. In 2006, he enrolled at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, where he received his DVM in 2010. Dr. Imhoff then moved to Fort Collins where he completed a 1-year internship in small animal medicine and surgery. He stayed at Colorado State University to complete a 3-year small animal surgery residency and Master’s degree in Clinical Sciences. Dr. Imhoff obtained board certification as a small animal surgeon in 2016.
Dr. Imhoff enjoys all aspects of small animal surgery, and has a particular interest in minimally invasive procedures for both orthopedics and soft tissue surgeries.
Dr. Imhoff lives in Carbondale. When not working, Dr. Imhoff enjoys spending time hiking, biking, fishing and skiing with his wife, their two sons, and their three dogs, Toby (a Safe Harbor Lab Rescue, a.k.a. Toby-Wan Kenobi), Penelope (a French Bulldog), and Blue (a Golden-doodle from the Aspen Animal Shelter).