Dr. Scott T. Davis received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Oregon State University and has been practicing in the Portland community since. With 19 years of veterinary experience, Dr. Davis is committed to giving every patient and pet owner the full attention and high-quality medical care and client service they deserve.
Along with his wife Delaney, Dr. Davis opened Roseway Veterinary Hospital in the summer of 2017. Dr. Davis and Delaney have a daughter, a senior-age pug, a rambunctious lab puppy and a spunky (but cuddly) cat. In his spare time, Dr. Davis enjoys cooking, traveling and hiking.
Dr. Voorhees’ comes to Roseway with 12 years of DVM experience. His first exposure to veterinary medicine as a young boy was with his Grandfather Voorhees, a large animal rural veterinarian who graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1912.
While an undergraduate student of Science, Dr. Voorhees volunteered for several years at The Marine Mammal Center near San Francisco, CA. It was there that his decision to pursue veterinary medicine as a career was solidified.
He transferred to Oregon State University and finished his bachelor’s degree in Zoology and was then accepted into the veterinary medicine program followed by graduation in 2006. He has been working in Portland ever since and has acquired a wide-ranging array of surgical and internal medicine experience, with a special interest and attention in surgery.
Dr. Voorhees has an intuitive, gentle and affable personality with a caring personal nature. He is an animal advocate, 25K trail runner, gardener, musician and burgeoning carpenter. He and his partner, Christina, share a home in NE Portland with their furry kids Lulu Lucy Lu (the beautiful black boxer mix) and Joey Django Dingo Dog (the big-eared orange kangaroo-dog).
Dr. Sherri Swarmer grew up in western Pennsylvania, on a small rural property. Her childhood “jobs” were taking care of all animals, and the garden. She still loves doing both!
Dr. Swarmer graduated from Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Since then she has remained in the Pacific Northwest, happily helping owners of small animals, mostly dogs and cats. She loves to explain the “Why?” of things, so go ahead and ask – I dare you.
Currently, Dr. Swarmer runs her own business, as a small animal relief veterinarian. She fills in for employees and owners of day practices, so that they might get a short break periodically. She looks forward to helping you with your pet, in the absence of your regular veterinarian!