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Kate Williams, DVM
Kate Williams, DVM
Owner and Veterinarian of St. Francis Animal Hospital, Dr. Kate Williams is a native of Northwest Arkansas. She attended the University of Arkansas and received a Bachelor's of Science in Animal Science in 1991, and a Master's of Science in Animal Science/Parasitology in 1993. Dr. Williams graduated from Tuskegee University, College of Veterinary Medicine in May 1999. She has since practiced in Rogers, Bentonville, Fayetteville and now Springdale.
Dr. Williams also graduated from the University of Arkansas ROTC program. She served on active duty in the Army for several years prior to attending veterinary school, and was commissioned into the U.S. Army as an officer in 1991. She has served in the military on active duty and in the Army Reserves since then. Currently, she is a Major in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps. She has been deployed to Africa, the Middle East, and most recently returned from Afghanistan.
Dr. Williams currently lives with her husband and her 15 year old son on a small farm with cats, dogs and donkeys. She enjoys small animal medicine and surgery. Dr. Williams also has a special interest in canine and feline dermatology, internal medicine, diagnostics and surgery. She enjoys working with exotic animals, such as bird and pocket pets. Her pledge is to provide the clients and patients of St. Francis Animal Hospital excellent veterinary care! Her motto is "Compassionate animal care provided by a well trained veterinary team." She strives to maintain a full service veterinary hospital with state of the art diagnostics, surgery, food and pet supplies. Dr. Williams is happy to be here serving the wonderful people and animals of Springdale, and Northwest Arkansas.