Our Veterinary Team in Tulsa, OK

Animal Emergency Center in Tulsa is staffed with a team of experienced, compassionate veterinarians to provide emergency and critical care to your pet. We are available 24/7 and are devoted to treating both pets and people with the respect they deserve. See below to learn more about our veterinarians.

Troy McNamara DVM

Dr. Troy McNamara

Dr. McNamara graduated from Oklahoma State University Veterinary School in 1996 and began working for the Animal Emergency Center in Tulsa in the spring of 1997. He has served as the medical director since 1999. Dr. McNamara enjoys all aspects of emergency and critical care medicine but has a special love for trauma-related surgery. He is an active member of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, the Tulsa County Medical Veterinary Association, and the Veterinary Endoscopy Association. He has also served as co-chair for the OVMA Surgical Suite at the Tulsa State Fair for the last several years. When not at work, Dr. McNamara keeps busy raising his two wonderful children. He also enjoys riding his Harley, hunting, fishing, and enjoying life.

Dr. Jenny Greenhouse

Dr. Greenhouse is a 1998 graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She also currently serves as Trustee of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Foundation and as District Director of the Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association. Away from work, Dr. Greenhouse enjoys showing dogs, trail riding, and serving at her church. She and her husband, Ken, live in Tulsa.

Jenny Greenhouse DVM
Troy Thompson DVM

Dr. Troy Thompson

Dr. Thompson grew up in southeastern Oklahoma and graduated from Wetumka High School. He is a 2000 graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine and served four years on active duty in the Army Veterinary Corps after graduation. He was stationed at Fort Sill, OK, for 18 months. In 2002, he became the veterinarian for the Department of Homeland Security Canine Enforcement Program, stationed in Front Royal, Virginia. After the Army, he began full-time work at an emergency practice in northern Virginia. In the fall of 2006, Dr. Thompson moved back to Oklahoma to be closer to family, and he began working at the Animal Emergency Center in Tulsa. He has a special interest in emergency and trauma surgery, as well as treatment of toxins and poisonings. Dr. Thompson lives in Owasso with his wife and three children. In his free time, he enjoys OSU football and basketball games, hunting, fishing, camping, and traveling.

Dr. Sarah Kelley

Dr. Kelley earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Washington State University (WSU). She always knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian, but it was while working in the ICU Department for three years at WSU that she developed her specific interest in emergency and critical care medicine.  She also has a special interest in surgery and feline medicine. Dr. Kelley received the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (VECCS) Award for Proficiency in Emergency and Critical Care as a fourth year veterinary student.

In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, walking her dogs, and having adventures with her husband.

Sarah Kelley DVM
Ashleigh Reis DVM

Dr. Ashleigh Reis

Dr. Reis has been working with our practice since June of 2016. Since she was a young child, she has wanted to be a veterinarian. Dr. Reis earned her DVM from Washington State University, and she loves that she continues to learn every day while here at work. In her free time, Dr. Reis loves hiking, photography, reading, horseback riding, and exploring new and exciting places. In fact, if Dr. Reis had a million dollars, she would use it to pay for a backpacking trip through Europe.

Dr. Khris Keller

Dr. Keller decided that he wanted to become a veterinarian after writing a career report on veterinary medicine in the 6th grade. He later attended Kansas State University, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. He received endoscopy training and certification from Colorado State University, where he acquired experience in using both rigid and flexible endoscopes for endoscopic procedures. Dr. Keller’s favorite part about working at the Animal Emergency Center of Tulsa is working with its well-trained, professional staff, and having the opportunity to utilize his training in endoscopy.

Dr. Keller shares a home with his wife, Linda. A couple of his favorite travel destinations include the San Juan River in New Mexico, and the Dream Stream in Lake George, Colorado. When he’s not helping animals, he enjoys fly fishing, training Labrador Retrievers, and ballroom dancing.

Khris Keller DVM
Rachael Burke DVM

Dr. Rachael Burke

Dr. Burke developed a special interest in emergency medicine while studying abroad in South Africa. She pursued her interest further by spending several summers and two clinical rotations with us. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Burke joined our practice in May 2018 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Burke soon began nurturing a special interest in Canine Police Units. She felt her veterinary knowledge placed her in a position to help human officers with their canine partners. Since moving to Tulsa, she has assisted with starting an outreach program to teach canine handlers of local law enforcement agencies the basics of canine first aid and CPR.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking and camping with her husband. When not out on the trails, Dr. Burke enjoys reading, cooking, painting, and watching sports. Some of her favorite sports to watch are baseball, hockey, and basketball.

Dr. Bill Gooldy

Dr. Gooldy joined our team in August of 2019. He has always wanted to be a veterinarian and can’t remember ever wanting to do anything else. He received his DVM from Oklahoma State University and went on to complete special training in fracture repair through the Association for the Study of Internal Fixation (ASIF). His favorite part of working here is seeing such a great variety of cases and having the opportunity to provide critical care for patients in the time of their greatest need. Additionally, he enjoys being able to practice in an exceptional facility with an outstanding technical staff!

Dr. Gooldy is married to his wife, Juli, and together, they have two children, Shawn and Stacey. Additionally, they have a Border Collie named Daisy as well as horses and cattle. In his spare time, he trains and rides horses. He even raised and trained a horse in roping and went on to compete and qualify him for the AQHA World Championship Horse Show! One of his favorite books/TV miniseries is Lonesome Dove and the most amazing place he’s been is Arizona.

Bill Gooldy DVM