Andrew Simmons IV, DVM
Dr. Simmons was born in Decatur, Alabama and was raised primarily in Selma, Alabama. Every summer over several years he worked for his grandfather on the farm and contemplated thoughts of being a veterinarian. Dr. Simmons had his first job in a veterinary hospital when he was 16 years old and that is when he made the decision to pursue his education in the field of veterinary medicine. He attended Auburn University for his entire education. He attained a Bachelor of Science in 2000, a Masters in Agriculture in 2003, and graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. After graduation, Dr. Simmons had the opportunity to practice in a six doctor practice in Las Vegas, Nevada for about 3 years. It is there that he really solidified his veterinary knowledge base. He also took away a good foundation for what fundamentals are necessary to establish a high quality, service orientated veterinary hospital. With that knowledge, he sought to purchase a hospital with a colleague. This is what brought him to Tallahassee as an owner of Oakwood Animal Hospital, Cumberland Animal Clinic and now Crawfordville Animal Hospital. The few hours that Dr. Simmons isn’t at one of his clinics, he enjoys a good golf game, hunting, fishing and some down time with his wife, children, and border collie, Fred.