edEd Gilsleider, DVM
Dr. Ed Gilsleider is a 1982 graduate from the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He and his wife, Lisa, moved to Claremore in May 1982, and have never left! They have raised all four of their children here and are now treasuring their time with grandchildren. There has never been anything else Dr Gilsleider has wanted to do but practice veterinary medicine. Dr. Gilsleider has been practicing Veterinary Medicine since 1982. Dr Ed and Lisa love Claremore, their church of over 37 years, Destiny Life, and their family. Animal Medical Center has developed into a most unique practice, treating virtually every species of animal God has created, in a beautifully equipped hospital.


edAmie McCarthy, DVM
Dr. Amie McCarthy is a 2018 graduate of Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. McCarthy is passionate about mixed animal medicine and enjoys the daily variety that it provides. A few of her many interests in veterinary medicine include companion animal internal medicine, cardiology and critical care, while her large animal interests include food animal herd health and equine lameness diagnosis. Dr. McCarthy is previously from Hawaii, where her family still resides. In her off time, she enjoys being outdoors hiking, horseback riding and exploring Oklahoma’s beautiful lakes with her dog. Dr. McCarthy is eager to make AMC her home and looks forward to providing veterinary care to its’ clients.



Dr. Chelsie McCampbell

Dr. Chelsie McCampbell graduated from CSU in 2021. Primarily companion small animal veterinarian, Dr. McCampbell is still exploring what her favorite aspects of veterinary medicine are. She is originally from MT, her family still there, and she enjoys CrossFit, soccer, and the outdoors.


Autumn Jarman, RVT

Autumn has worked at AMC since August 2009. She is a registered Veterinary Technician after her training at TCC’s Veterinary Technology program. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband Jason and daughter Ruby, riding horses, spending time with her chickens, and training dogs with her husband.


Rebecca Kay

Rebecca is an AMC receptionist. She has worked with AMC since February 2019. She enjoys her Australian Shepherds, and raising Quarter Horses. She loves spending time with husband and two children, friends and family!


Kacie Kohler, RVT
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Kacie has worked at AMC since October 2018. She is a RVT following her schooling at TCC’s Veterinary Technology program. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, barrel racing, and training horses.


beckyBecky Kruse

Becky is AMC’s receptionist and office manager. She was born and raised in OK and graduated from NEO A&M and OSU. She has since moved back from Johnson, KS where she worked in a veterinary hospital for 7 years. She is married with 2 sons and a daughter. They share their home with dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and fish. She enjoys watching her children participate in athletics and FFA events, reading, and watching OSU football & basketball. GO POKES!


Kaitlin Keeling

Kaitlin is the full time kennel technician here at AMC. She has always had a passion for animals and lives on her family farm where she raises goats, alongside horses and three rescue dogs.


Morgan Whitfield

Morgan is still in the process of completing her registered Veterinary Technician degree to continue her career here at AMC. Her favorite pastimes are pretty much anything spent with her daughter Memphis and fiancé Austin, camping, gardening all her succulents and all outdoor activities. When she is not working she is spending her time near any body of water. She cannot wait to help take care of your pets and treat you like family.


Toshina Williams

15 years ago, Toshina was asked to run away with a band of singing pirates. That same week, she started working at an animal clinic in Tulsa. Decisions, decisions! Continue adulting or become a roving gyspy at renaissance festivals? Fast forward a few years, one college degree and 2 children later, Toshina’s current chapter of life is focused here at Animal Medical Center. When not at work, Toshina can be found at home either sewing or in her garden. Her girls, ages 3 and 7, participate in dance. Toshina has a love for theatre and takes pride that her girls have an affinity for the stage. Her perfect day off would be fishing with her husband, as long as there is enough bug spray and its cool but not cold and better if she can just stay home while he goes for the day. Toshina’s motto for adulting: anything can be fixed with the right cup of coffee and chickens.


Angela Henson

Angela enjoys traveling with her husband, and spending time with her children, dogs, chickens and mini donkeys. She owns her own business specializing in candles, tumblers, crafts and artwork; but loves working here to be around all the animals and visiting with the clients. She’s probably secretly hiding 16 new chicks in a spare room at home, hoping her husband won’t discover them!