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
  • Bradford Frank, DVM

    Practice Owner

    Dr. Brad Frank founded the Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in 1985. A graduate of Purdue University, Dr. Frank moved to Oregon in the late 70’s and chose Jacksonville because he liked the sense of community small towns foster. He has a special interest in performing orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries and receives referrals and requests for consultations from colleagues throughout the Rogue Valley.

    In recent years Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital has strengthened its commitment to treat and prevent dental disease because it leads to so many other health problems. We have added digital dental radiographs to our clinical services.  This state of the art equipment along with comprehensive lab training has provided Dr. Frank the opportunity to develop a high proficiency in the treatment of complex dental diseases.

    The internet allows us to connect and consult with specialists all over the world. This has opened the doors to the practice of progressive internal medicine even in relatively rural area like Jacksonville and I find this to be one of the most exciting developments in veterinary medicine today.   

    Dr. Frank lives just outside Jacksonville with his wife Cindy, daughter Emily, two dogs, three cats, and many fish.  He loves the outdoors and all it provides.  His interests are hiking, fishing, tennis, canoeing, gardening and golf.

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1979
    DVM, BS
  • Tami K. Rogers, DVM, MBA

    Dr. Tami Rogers joined the practice in September of 2010.  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 surgery and she LOVES to work with brachycephalic breeds (pugs, boxers, bull dogs, Boston Terriers, etc).    She is excited to be a part of the Jacksonville community and is looking forward to developing long term relationships with clients and patients.

    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, dog, and cat.  They recently finished building their dream home and spend a lot of their spare time developing the many acres that surround them.  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™s 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
  • Ashley


    Ashley joined our staff in November, 2010.  She is currently enrolled in an on-line program through the American Animal Hospital Association to become a certified veterinary technician.  She is the proud owner of a cat named Jarvis and enjoys a variety of crafts, playing the ukulele, kayaking, and going to the movies.

  • Emily


    Emily joined our practice in January of 2013 shortly after she moved to the Rogue Valley from Hawaii.  She brings over 11 years of technical experience to the clinic.  She and her boyfriend have a cat, Marvel, who is trained to do more tricks than most dogs and a sweet little dog Capcom.    Her hobbies include fishing, cooking and baking, and video games. 

  • 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!

  • Sierra


    Sierra joined Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital in March of 2017 after moving to the Rogue Valley from San Fransisco.  She has two dogs that she adores and loves all outdoor activities, arts & crafts, and doing puzzles. 
  • Victoria


    Victoria joined our practice in December 2016.  She has lived in the Jacksonville area for most of her life and loves it!  She and her husband settled just outside of town with their dog, cat, and fish.  Her hobbies include sewing, hiking, camping, singing, and spending time with family and friends.