Beth Tynan, DVM, DACVECC

Critical Care

Dr. Tynan graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Afterwards she completed a small animal rotating internship, followed by a year as an emergency clinician in North Carolina. She then moved to Monroeville, Pa for a specialty internship in Emergency and Critical Care (ECC) which solidified her interest in this specialty. She completed a residency in small animal ECC at the University of Missouri and became board certified in 2014. She worked in Virginia Beach, Virginia after finishing her residency prior to moving to Charleston in 2018 to work at CVRC.

Dr. Tynan enjoys the full spectrum of emergency and critical care medicine, including treating primary emergency cases, referral cases, and hospitalized patients. Outside of veterinary medicine, she enjoys spending time with her partner Eric and their two dogs (Sidney and Kessel) and amazing cat (Penny), watching hockey (particularly the Pittsburgh Penguins), and spending time outdoors – especially at the beach.

Education / Experience: 

2018-presentCritical Care Specialist - Charleston Veterinary Referral Center
2014-2018Critical Care Specialist - BluePearl Veterinary Partners, Virginia Veach, VA
2014Diplomate - American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
2011-2014Residency - Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care, University of MIssouri Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Columbia, MO
2010-2011Emergency Veterinarian - Small Animal Emergency Services, Vass, NC
2009-2010Internship - Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care, Allegheny Veterinary Emergency Trauma and Specialty, Monroeville, PA
2009Relief Veterinarian - Various Location
2008-2009Internship - Rotating Small Animal Medicine and Surgery, Allegheny Veterinary Emergency Trauma and Specialty, Monroeville, PA
2008Doctor of Veterinary Medicine - Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn, AL
2002Bachel of Science - Biology & Psychology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL