Dr. Jan purchased the practice in 1986. She is a native of Annapolis. Her veterinary education includes graduating from the University of Georgia Veterinary School in 1980 followed by two years of post-graduate work at the University of Guelph in both medicine and surgery. The practice started as a small one doctor, two roomm facility in 1987. Dr. Jan has directed the growth and provided the vision for the practice ever since. She has served as president of the DVMA, has served on the board of DAEC and is currently serving as the Delaware representative to the AVMA House of Delegates (since 1997). In 2009, she received the Kent County SPCA Animal Kindness Award and the 2009 H. Wesley Towers Veterinarian of the Year Award. Her husband, Scott Nichol, manages their farm with their horses, dogs and cats. Dr. Jan enjoys snow skiing, water sports, and competing her 3 show hunters on the A circuit beteen NY and FL.
Michelle Egli, DVM Veterinarian, Partner
Dr. Egli has been with the practice since June 1999. She completed her undergrad at Rutgers University and her graduate degree at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. She served as president of the DVMA in 2006. She has been involved in standardbred breeding since her undergraduate days, working at Stonegate Standardbred Farm. Dr. Egli currently has an off the track standardbred and an off the track thoroughbred, along with two house cats. In her free time she likes horseback riding and travel.
Christin Landis, DVM Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Christin Landis grew up in a small town in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. After many years of riding lessons, she got her first horse and competed in eventing, Pony Club, and 4-H. Dr. Landis earned her undergraduate degree from Westminster College, where she captained the school’s intercollegiate hunt seat team. From there she moved to Gainesville, Florida, to earn her DVM from University of Florida. She spent her first year of practice in a rotating internship at Rhinebeck Equine in New York, where she had the chance to work closely alongside specialists in surgery, sports medicine, ophthalmology, theriogenology, and internal medicine. Dr. Landis spent her second year of practice in central New Jersey at an ambulatory equine practice. She is particularly interested in sports medicine, diagnostic imaging, preventative medicine, and neonatology. When she is not working, Christin can be found hiking with her dog, riding her horse, and exploring craft breweries with her husband, Corey.