our Veterinarian team

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Animal Medical Center. We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets.

Get To Know Our Team

We are solely dedicated to your pet’s care. We look forward to getting to know you, and we hope you’ll take the time to scroll down and get to know us.

Vet Technicians

Vet Technician

Hi, I’m Bri! I am new to the AMC family as of July 2023, but I have been in the veterinary field for over 10 years. I went to Morehead State University for Veterinary Technology and became a licensed technician in the summer of 2018. I received my bachelor’s degree in May of 2019. In my free time, I like to play video games and spend time with my family and pets.

Vet Technician

I’m new to Frankfort and have been at AMC since April 2023, but I’ve been a licensed veterinary nurse since 2019 and have been working in veterinary medicine since 2015. I graduated Morehead State University with a Bachelors of Science in Veterinary Technology in May 2019. I strive to give my patients the upmost care and compassion. I’m a mother of two wild little boys and two beagles, Lola and Gracey. My husband and I love the outdoors and enjoy hiking, spending time with our boys, and exploring Frankfort in our free time.


Brandie<br />

I joined the AMC team in November of 2019. I have 10+ years working in reception/customer service and thrives to give clients, their pets and families the best care and attention they deserve. I grew up and living in Versailles, but have adopted Frankfort as a second home. I enjoy the tight knit community and all the wonderful residents and their pets I’ve been able to meet. When I’m not helping our clients, I enjoy time with my husband and 3 children. We go camping and to the lake as much as possible. With 3 children, school and sports are important so not much time gets spent relaxing. Our 5.5 year old chocolate lab, Oakley, and our 1.5 year old chihuahua, ChiChi, are both cherished additions to the madness. They think they’re human and one of the kids, we think they are too! Family is very important to me and I’m very proud to be part of the AMC family.

Megan Receptionist


Originally from Cincinnati OH, I now live in Owen County, KY. I’m new to the Animal Medical Center team, but not to loving animals (especially dogs!). My 12.5 years of customer service and management experience, plus my love for animals, made me a great fit for the crew here at AMC. They have been so welcoming! Their professionalism and big hearts make AMC a great place for both animal owners and their pets. I’m married with two dogs, Madeline and Luna. in our spare time, we enjoy relaxing at home and occasional weekend trips!



Kimberly Stevenson is our certified pet groomer at here at Animal Medical Center. She attended Nash academy School of Grooming in 2014. Thereafter, she then came to work here at AMC and has been here grooming for 9 years. She has experience working with dogs and cats of all ages and temperaments. She has always been an animal lover, having a great passion for cats. She has 3 pomeranians and 7 cats. 2 Sphnyx cats, 2 persians, 2 siamese, and a domestic long haired cat.



Kennel Assistant

Bio coming soon


Brandie<br />
Stacy R

Practice Manager

Stacy is the practice manager here at Animal Medical Center. She moved to the area in the spring of 2017 bringing with her management experience in several different fields, one of which brought her back into the Veterinary field. She grew up in Greenup County Ky and now enjoys her time in Central Ky
with her family and friends. Besides the love of the Veterinary Business she enjoys everything outdoors, especially golf. Currently, Stacy has 1 cat named Wilma that took up residence at her home and is fully in charge of overseeing of things.


Dr. Drew Hestad

Owner & Veterinarian

Born in Ada, OK, and raised in Georgia, Dr. Drew Hestad grew up showing and training cutting horses. Because of his participation in cutting horse events, Dr. Drew won several scholarships which helped to put him through college. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, Dr. Drew moved to Lexington and managed a farm before going back to school to obtain his Master’s Degree, then going on to veterinary school.

After graduating from the Auburn University CVM, Dr. Drew is now back in Central Kentucky. You can see Dr. Drew’s true passion for veterinary medicine at AMC during the week, but during his time off he is usually traveling the state with his wife and three small children. According to Dr. Drew, “One of the things that I love the most about being a veterinarian is the thing that I spent most of my life doing: taking care of animals, and helping others take care of their animals.”

Dr. Clive Bevins
Dr. Clint Bevins


Dr. Clint Bevins attended Georgetown College and the University of Kentucky in studies for his animal science degree. He then received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University in 1987. Upon graduation, Dr. Bevins opened a small animal practice in Frankfort, Kentucky, where he has practiced for 32 years. During
his career it has been his pleasure and honor to care for pets from their adoption and introduction into a new family and in time to their geriatric years. Clients become friends through relationships and pets become family members to those friends.

Dr. Bevins along with his Margaret and their two children, Emily and Daniel all reside on the Bevins Family Farm in Scott County along with their two cats. The Bevins family currently is awaiting the delivery of a Fox Red Labrador Retriever pup from Wildrose
Kennel in Mississippi. C.J. and Robert, the two older children, have gone on to college and other careers. Dr. Bevins has remained active in conservation activities. He was a two-term State Director of National Wild Turkey Federation during its formative years
in Kentucky. He has been a donor and Committee Member of Wetherby Ducks Unlimited Chapter for 32 years.

Dr. Bevins has continued his family tradition of farming in Central Kentucky. Bevins Family Farm (BFF) consists of 370 acres and is primarily a purebred Angus operation. Good stewardship of the land has resulted in various awards, including the Master Conservation Award from Energy and Environment Cabinet. The Prescribed Grazing Hero Award as a result of improving soil quality through Prescribed Grazing Technology from the Kentucky Conservation Partnership, and The Master Cattleman Completion through Beef Network Program by Kentucky Agricultural Development Board.

Dr. Bevins is a Board Member of the Scott County Farm Bureau. He also is a member of the American Angus Association, Kentucky Angus Association and Central Kentucky Angus Association.

Dr. Kaur
Dr. Kaur


Chirjeev “Nikki” Kaur, DVM is a 1996 graduate of Iowa State University Veterinary School and founded Hurstbourne Animal Hospital in 2000 in Louisville, KY.

Dr. Kaur holds a Certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University. She believes in the empowerment of women, especially women of color. She came to the United States from India 25 years ago and has a breadth of knowledge and experience as a veterinarian and businesswoman.