Internal Medicine

Antu Radhakrishnan, DVM, DACVIM-SAIM

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Small Animal Internal Medicine

Dr. Radhakrishnan earned his Bachelors of Science in Philosophy from The University of Chicago and earned his veterinary degree from the University of Georgia. After graduating from vet school, Dr. Radhakrishnan completed an internship and residency through the University of Georgia which lead him to become a board-certified internist in small animal veterinary medicine. His clinical interests include minimally invasive procedures, endoscopy, laparoscopy, and interventional radiology including stent placement. In his free time, Dr. Radhakrishnan enjoys spending time with his family, reading, playing guitar, and playing soccer. He owns many animals, including 4 small breed dogs ChaCha, Puppy, Dazey, and Skippy, a rabbit, Mia, a hedgehog, Magic, 5 rabbits, and a hamster.


Jose Guevara, DVM, VMD, ACVS-SA 

Diplomate, Board Certified Surgeon, American College of Veterinary Surgery – Small Animal

Dr. Guevara earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA. Before pursuing a career in veterinary medicine, Dr. Guevara gained a love for animals volunteering at a local ASPCA clinic. He followed his passion and earned a Veterinary Medicine Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Following earning his doctorate, he completed a rotating internship at the Animal Medical Center in New York, NY. He then completed a surgical internship at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center in Dallas, TX and the Carolina Veterinary Specialists. Dr. Guevara then completed an Orthopedic Fellowship, as well as a three-year residency in small animal surgery at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville, TN. Special interests of Dr. Guevara include orthopedics, minimally invasive surgery, wound management, 3D printing of surgical models, and physical rehabilitation. Outside of the hospital, Dr. Guevara enjoys spending time with his wife and two boys, and their many dogs and cats. He enjoys traveling, mountain biking, hiking, snowboarding, yoga, and exploring new restaurants.


Jason S. Clark, DVM, Practice Limited to Diseases of the Eye

In conjunction with Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists + Emergency Services

Dr. Clark earned his undergraduate degree from Birmingham Southern College and attended veterinary school at Auburn University. He completed an internship with Alabama Veterinary Specialists in 2007 and performed his residency through Eye Care for Animals in 2010. Dr. Clark’s clinical interests include corneal diseases.

To schedule an eye appointment with Dr. Clark at BVS+AE, please call Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists & Animal Emergency at (502) 266-7007.


Nina Waldron, DVM

Dr. Waldron earned her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences and was an Honors Scholar in Equine Science from Colorado State University. She went on to earn her doctorate of veterinary medicine from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. After graduation, Dr. Waldron completed an internship in Equine Sports Medicine and Surgery. Her clinical interests include emergency medicine and surgery, and small mammal exotics. Outside of work, Dr. Waldron enjoys hiking and spending time with her husband, Jeff, and dog, Paisley. Paisley is a 7-year-old Jack Russell.

Carley Suarez, DVM

Dr. Suarez earned her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of North Florida and immediately after, attended the University of Florida where she earned her doctorate of veterinary medicine. Upon graduating with her veterinary degree, Dr. Suarez completed a 1-year internship at Green Meadows Dairy Farm at Michigan State University before beginning to work in a mixed animal practice in Kentucky. Not too long after, Dr. Suarez joined our team as an emergency doctor. Her clinical interests include small animal surgery, client communication/quality improvement, preventative medicine and epidemiology, food animal medicine and surgery, antibiotic stewardship, and employee training and protocol management with a focus on Spanish speaking employees. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, camping, horseback riding, reading, cooking, eating, and gaining proficiency in the Spanish language. She is an owner to Homer, a 7-year-old mixed breed dog, and Marge, a 3-year-old German Shepherd.

Walker J. Roan, DVM

Attending the University of Kentucky for nearly 3.5 years, Dr. Roan was was accepted to and began veterinary school at the Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine without completing her undergraduate degree. After graduating in 2004, Dr. Roan completed a 1-year rotating internship at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute. She stayed on at Hagyard’s as an associate veterinarian for an additional 4 years before becoming the partnering owner of a mixed animal practice in Bourbon County, KY. Dr. Roan eventually made the decision to part ways with her mixed animal practice and joined our team as an emergency veterinarian in fall of 2019. Her clinical interests include trauma and soft tissue surgery and practicing medicine with an emphasis on supporting the human-animal bond in the recovery of sick animals. In her spare time, Dr. Roan enjoys riding her horses, cooking, hosting friends and family, and spending time with her children. She owns 5 horses, 5 ponies, 3 dogs, 3 cats, 7 chickens, 2 parakeets, 2 Gouldian finches, and a couple Beta fish at her personal farm.

Nicole Gasparin, DVM

Dr. Gasparin hails from Orlando, Florida and attended the University of Central Florida for her undergraduate years before she was accepted to Lincoln Memorial University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated from LMU in May 2020 before beginning her emergency and critical care internship at BVS+AE for the 2020-2021 year. With high remarks from her clients and a keen interest in emergency medicine, Dr. Gasparin was offered a full time position with BVS+AE as an emergency doctor prior to the conclusion of her internship and officially joined our team as a DVM in October 2020. Dr. Gasparin’s clinical interests include small animal emergency medicine, critical care, and surgery. Dr. Gasparin is also bilingual, joining our team as our second Spanish speaking doctor! In her free time, Dr. Gasparin enjoys finding new places to eat and spending time with her canine companion, a Husky/Australian Shepherd mix named Millie.

Isaac Gover, DVM

Dr. Gover attended the University of Kentucky where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science. After completing his undergraduate studies, Dr. Gover attended Lincoln Memorial University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated from LMU in May 2020 before he joined our team as a rotating intern for the 2020-2021 year. After building his skills in our various departments of emergency medicine, internal medicine, and integrative medicine, Dr. Gover was offered and accepted a full time position among our emergency team in February 2021, but continues to support our other specialty departments with his unique set of skills he has developed during his internship. Dr. Gover’s clinical interests include small animal medicine, wildlife, and diagnostic medicine. In his free time, he enjoys reading science-fiction fantasy novels, playing Dungeons and Dragons, watching movies, painting, drawing, sculpting, and woodworking. Dr. Gover is dog dad to Eowyn, a 4.5-year-old mixed breed dog.

Erin Shea, DVM