Dr. Kelly Rasch was born and raised in Chicago and attended the University of Illinois in Champaign/Urbana for both undergraduate studies (biology) and veterinary school. Go Illini! She graduated from vet school with honors in 1990 and worked at a small animal hospital in Northfield for two years, then as an emergency/critical care doctor for sixteen years. She has been working at Lincolnshire Animal Hospital since 2009.
Dr. Rasch recognizes the importance of the human-animal bond. She is happy to be able to foster this bond by providing the medical care that is needed to keep pets happy and healthy and is always inspired by the profound impact that loving, furry family members can have on our lives. Her professional interests include endocrinology, cardiology, ophthalmology and emergency medicine.
Her free time is spent with her husband, two daughters, two super cute dogs and one very mischievous cat. Dr. Rasch enjoys hiking, cooking, going to concerts and watching the Cubs beat the White Sox (sorry Dr. Emmelot!)