Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital

"Every pet experience, no matter the reason, is better because of the people at the Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital.  Coming into the office isn't like doing business; its like visiting old friends..." - Rik Nilsson, client

The Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility located in Jacksonville, Oregon, serving families in Medford, Ashland, Central Point, and throughout the Rogue Valley. Since 1985 Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital has cared for thousands of pets, helping to keep them healthy and happy while providing education and support to their human companions.

In addition to preventative and well-pet care, we perform dental, soft tissue and orthopedic procedures.  Experience, compassion and interests in specialty medicine have made Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital one of the premier pet clinics in the Medford area.

We welcome the opportunity to get to know you and your animals!  Please give us a call to learn more about our veterinary practice and how Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.

  • 937 N. 5th St.
  • P.O. Box 561
  • Jacksonville,OR 97530
  • Phone: (541) 899-1081
  • Fax: (541) 899-4487
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  • Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm
  • Sat, Sun: Closed
  • After-Hours Emergency: Call (541) 282-7711
  • Tami K. Rogers, DVM, MBA

    Veterinarian, Owner

    Dr. Tami Rogers joined the Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in September of 2010.  After being with the practice for 9 years she was given the opportunity to take ownership.  A three time graduate of Oregon State University; she received her Bachelor of Science, Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees there.  Dr. Rogers has special interests in internal medicine and dentistry.  She has recently taken courses to expand the clinics dental services to offer bonded sealant application and guided tissue regeneration.  Dr. Rogers is also one of the few veterinarians in the valley certified to take PennHip radiographs to screen for hip dysplasia.  She also LOVES to work with brachycephalic breeds (pugs, boxers, bull dogs, Boston Terriers, etc).    She enjoys being a part of the Jacksonville community and appreciates the relationships that have developed with clients and patients over the years. 

    Dr. Rogers and her husband Allan moved to the Rogue Valley in 2001.  They currently live just outside of Rogue River with their daughter and son, three dogs, two cats, chickens and goats.  Her interests include spending time with her family, camping, hiking, white water rafting, gardening, sewing, and traveling. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2008
    DVM, MBA, BS
  • Michael C. Dix, DVM


    Dr Michael Dix graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998.  He then did a year long rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the University of Illinois.  After that, he spent 5 years at practice in Portland, OR before moving to Southern Utah to work at a large non-profit organization for 10 years.  During that time, he developed an interest in surgery, specifically orthopedic surgeries and spays/neuters, and integrating individual animal¬ôs health with the health of the community. 


                After his internship in 1999, Dr Dix visited Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital.  He loved the feel of the community and was very impressed with Dr Franks compassion and hospitable nature.  He was excited when he learned about the opening at JVH and applied immediately.  He is very excited about the opportunity to be a part of the JVH team and the town of Jacksonville.

                Dr Dix and his wife and son are looking forward to experiencing all that the Rogue Valley has to offer.  They love to hike with their four dogs (though not all at the same time) and spend time outside.  They are also looking forward to all of the cultural events that the community offers. 

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1998
    DVM, BS
  • Dr. Bradford Frank


    Dr. Frank graduated from Purdue University. He founded Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in 1985 after he fell in love with the historic town. In 2002, he received the distinguished honor of Veterinarian of the Year. In April 2019, Dr. Frank retired from Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital but remains a big part of the Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital family and the veterinary community as a whole.  

                Dr. Frank lives in Jacksonville with his wife Cindy, daughter Emily, Miniature Australian Shepherd and 3 cats. His retirement is being enjoyed through travel, outdoor activities, and spending time with family.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1979
  • Ashley

    Office Manager/Assistant

    Ashley joined our staff in November, 2010. Her passion and dedication to care for animals has helped her progress from part-time assistant to office manager at Jacksonville Veterinary. She is the proud owner of two rescue cats, "Jarvis" and "Jack". Ashley enjoys a variety of crafts, playing the ukulele, swimming, photography, kayaking, and spending time with family.

  • Esther


    Esther joined Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in June of 2015. She has lived in the Rogue Valley her entire life and enjoys all the activities it offers. Her hobbies include hiking, fishing, rafting, and spending time with family and friends. She has three cats and a dog who are more like children than pets!

  • Arika


    Arika joined our staff in April 2019. She was born and raised in the Rogue Valley and her love of animals began as child saving snails from sidewalks.  She has two cats, two dogs, a rabbit, rats and chickens. Her favorite past-times include gardening, cooking, and learning new things. 

  • Vanessa

    Certified Veterinary Technician

  • Hannah

  • Nancy


    Nancy joined Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in April 2019. Originally from California, she moved to the Rogue Valley to be closer to family and the great things Southern Oregon has to offer. Her love for animals started at a young age when she became the neighborhood pet sitter. She and her boyfriend have a rescue kitty name Kathmandu. Nancy enjoys hiking, swimming, baking reading restaurant menus and solving cat jigsaw puzzles.
  • "Ghost"


    Ghost joined the Jacksonville Veterinary family in March of 2016 after following a couple of our technicians back from a walk at the Jacksonville Cemetery. He was young, very sweet, not neutered and had no identification. We were unable to find an owner, so Ghost made himself at home and has enthusiastically greeted clients and patients everyday since. 

  • "Dr. Frank"


    "Dr. Frank", lovingly named after the founder of Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital, joined us in late 2019. He was adopted from the Committed Alliance To Strays after making friends with Ghost while at the hospital.