Angie Graupmann, DVM
Oregon State University
Cubby kitty, Pickles
Fresh water fish
Camping, hiking, gardening, paddle boarding
A bit about Dr. Graupmann
Dr. Angie Graupmann has wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as she can remember. She chose to pursue emergency medicine because she wanted to see the atypical cases that often keep her on her toes. After completing veterinary school at Oregon State University, Dr. Graupmann worked in day practices and ER clinics for several years before starting with relief work at Summit. She’s appreciative of the wealth of knowledge she’s gained over the last several years working with the amazing support staff and specialists here.
After falling in love with the outdoor activities and weather out in the PNW when attending school in Corvallis, Dr. Graupmann now spends her free time with her family camping, hiking, gardening, and paddle boarding. Her animal family includes a rescue heeler named Lando (of Star Wars fame), a cubby kitty named Pickles, 8 chickens, and a few fresh water fish.