Dr. Fairman is a 1990 graduate of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. He has been practicing at Kingdom Animal Hospital, Inc since 1993. His interests include general surgery, dental procedures and pain management. He resides in Clarke County, Virginia with his family.
Dr. Yarrington completed her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech in 2012, as well as her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Virginia Tech in 2016. She worked at a small animal vet clinic for 2 years before joining Kingdom Animal Hospital. She grew up in Frederick County and is excited to practice in her hometown! Dr. Yarrington lives in Virginia with her husband James, daughter Lucy, 2 cats, 2 goats and 6 chickens!
Dr. Nightingale grew up on a farm in Tidewater, VA and was active in 4-H. She moved to the Winchester/Frederick County area in 2005. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology and BS Animal and Poultry Sciences at Virginia Tech in 2001. She then completed her DVM degree at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. Dr. Nightingale also has a CV from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and trained in veterinary acupuncture. Her leisure interests include family, church, sewing, crocheting, hiking, exercise and she loves Cocker Spaniels.
Dr Casey Green was born and raised in Vienna, Virginia. He was very active in both lacrosse and football growing up. He graduated from Madison High School in Vienna, Virginia. Dr. Green attended both Denison University and the University of Mississippi to complete his undergraduate work. Dr. Green earned DVM from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Virginia in 2006. Dr. Green joined Kingdom Animal Hospital , Inc. following graduation in June of 2006. Dr. Green's is married and raising three young children.
Dr. Loonam was born and raised outside Chicago, Illinois and then near Gladstone, New Jersey. She moved to Virginia her senior year of high school and attended Loudoun Valley High School. She completed her undergraduate degree at Virginia Tech and then went to vet school at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Loonam completed a small animal rotation internship at the Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Springfield, Virginia before joining a day practice in Middleburg, Virginia. Dr. Loonam practiced at a referral veterinary clinic in Jacksonville, Florida for one year before returning to Virginia. Her areas of interest are surgical oncology, emergency, critical care and pain management. On her time off she competes in dressage and three day eventing with her horses and enjoys running with her dogs.