Dr. Terri Parrott * Dr. Jamie Nenezian * Dr. Christine Solis * Dr. Walker Roberts
Emergency Care Hours:
Open 24 Hours a Day,
Seven Days a Week
Dr. Christine Solis, DVM
Dr. Solis was born and raised in Rio Linda, a small town near Sacramento, California. She attended UC Davis and earned her undergraduate degree in neurobiology, physiology and behavior. She then completed the veterinary technology program at Yuba College and practiced as a veterinary technician until she was accepted into the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. During veterinary school, she studied small animal/equine track and worked as a large animal technician in the equine/camelid NICU, ICU and isolation units. As a student, she served as an officer in both the Veterinary Emergency Response Team, focusing on the small animal sheltering class and exercise, as well as Mercer Veterinary Clinic for the Homeless, an all-volunteer student program providing wellness services to the pets of the local homeless population. She was also heavily involved in the Orphan Kitten Project, particularly interested in feline neonatal care. After graduating from veterinary school in 2014, she completed a one-year rotating small animal internship at Blue Pearl in Southfield, Michigan. Following her internship, she remained at Blue Pearl as a Senior Emergency Clinician until the birth of her son, Emory, in 2016. She then relocated to Florida, working at Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. She joins the team at St. Charles with a particular interest in internal medicine and critical care.
Dr. Terri Parrott, DVM - President of Operations
Dr. Terri Parrott graduated from the University of Florida in 1983 at the age of 24. She has interned at Pet Farm in Miami and worked with Florida wildlife for over 30 years. She has been a visiting professor at University of Miami and Florida Atlantic University, lecturing on avian medicine and surgery. Dr. Parrott has been on the captive wildlife advisory committee for the State of Florida since 1994. She has had special training in captive primate medicine as well as large cats and large reptiles. After owning a practice in South Florida for 17 years, she moved up to central Florida where she has worked for the SPCA of Central Florida, Universal Studios, and Wings of Flight (Natural Encounters) at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
She is both state and federally licensed for rehabilitation of wildlife and is on call for the State of Florida for sick and injured wildlife. Dr. Parrott has been published in many magazines including Bird Talk and Readers Digest, and has written many articles for veterinary medical journals. Additionally, she has been featured on National Geographic for her work with primates, exotics and wildlife.
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Dr. Walker Roberts, DVM
Dr. Roberts was born in Bedford, New Hampshire. She graduated from West Virginia University in 2014, where she majored in Animal Sciences and had a minor in Biology. In 2018 Dr. Roberts graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Her interests include avian medicine, acupuncture, and 3D modeling and printing. Dr. Roberts spent most of her life studying avian medicine including client owned parrots to researching Andean Condors in Ecuador. She is currently studying to become an avian specialist. Outside of work, Dr. Roberts enjoys not being in the North, going for walks, and maintaining her flock of cockatiels and parakeets. She loves all things video games, costuming, and conventions.
Dr. Jamie Nenezian, DVM - Medical Director
Jamie Nenezian grew up right here in central Florida. After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Microbiology and Cell Science from the University of Florida, she went on to attend veterinary school at UF, graduating in 2016. She is the daughter of the one and only Dr. Parrott, and so she grew up and practices medicine with a strong interest in both primates and avian species, as well as other wildlife and exotics. While in veterinary school she was also a member of the student chapter of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care club. She completed a month long externship at The Raptor Center at University of Minnesota during her final year of veterinary school, giving her experience with avian orthopedic surgery. Her favorite animal is the opossum, and she lives at home with her dogs Abbey and Sheldon Cooper and cat Aussie. In her free time she enjoys CrossFit, movies, reading and the outdoors.
2360 North Blvd. West
Davenport, FL 33837