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Bruce Tannenbaum, DVM, is a native New Yorker and a Florida resident since 1981. He earned a BS from Duke University in 1972. He earned his DVM degree from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Ghent, Belgium in 1981 and has been licensed to practice in Florida since that date. He worked as an associate veterinarian for two years before establishing his first practice in 1984. He is a past president of the Palm Beach County Veterinary Society and is a member of the AVMA, FVMA, and Palm Beach County Veterinary Society. He has three children and currently lives in Palm Beach Gardens with his wife Estra and his shelter rat named Molly.
Dr. Morgan was born and raised here in South Florida. He received a BS in Biology from Duke University and thereafter graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine summa cum laude. He spent his clinical year at North Carolina State University and went on to a small animal rotating internship in Maryland where he adopted his four-legged step-son Tommy "Bananas". In 2013 he returned to the Regency family. His professional interests include but are not limited to internal medicine, cardiology, and surgery. He is a member of the AVMA, FVMA, and Palm Beach County Veterinary Society.
Lisa Cherry Goldburg, DVM, a New York native and resident of South Florida since 1984, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Florida in 1992 and subsequently, a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida Atlantic University in 1998. In 2002, she attained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine.
After working full time for one year in a busy multi-doctor small-animal practice, she began doing relief work for multiple local clinics. It was during this time she first did relief work at Regency Veterinary Clinic and ultimately became a permanent member of the team in 2005. Dr. Goldburg enjoys many aspects of small animal practice including general medicine, internal medicine and dentistry. With the addition of digital dental radiography to Regency Veterinary Clinic, preventive dentistry and surgery has become her area of special interest.
Dr. Goldburg is married and the mother of two daughters. In her spare time she enjoys practicing yoga, cycling, cooking and reading as well as snuggling with her three cats and one dog.
Dr. Jeff Toll graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1990. After 5 years in general practice, Dr. Toll completed a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at Cornell University, becoming board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) in 1998. He served one year at Cornell University as a Lecturer in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Toll was then employed at the Animal Medical Center in Cooper City, Florida from 1998 to 2007, where he practiced veterinary internal medicine, supervised canine and feline blood donor programs, established the first veterinary hemodialysis service in Florida, performed clinical research, authored numerous scientific publications, and trained interns and residents. Dr. Toll is a member of the ACVIM Board of Regents and past president of the ACVIM Foundation.Dr. Toll lives in Miami Beach with his wife Julie, Kelly the Corgi, and somewhere between 3 and 10 cats, depending on the day and who is asking.