Dr. Vaughn R. Park DVM
Dr. Vaughn Park has been running the Park Animal Hospital now for over 30 years. He took over a well established practice and continued to improve upon it. His unique love for animals drove him to pursue a lifelong career of practicing veterinary medicine. He received his BS from the University of Utah in 1975 and his doctorate from Colorado State University in 1980. Since that time he has developed his practice in south Provo.
Outside his practice, he is an active contributor to Veterinary Medicine here in Utah. He has been involved in the leadership of the Utah Veterinary Medical Association (UVMA) since 1983. He served as the UVMA president in 2003. Most recently he was the UVMA Legislative Committee Chairman from 2004-2007. During that time he authored the complete revision to the current Utah Veterinary Medical Practice Act and worked with legislators for its successful passage. He was honored in 2006 as the UVMA Veterinarian of the Year. He is actively involved with the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and holds a current position with that organization. He is a supporter of the Boy Scouts of American and has received the Silver Beaver Award.
Dr. Park has 5 children, 18 grandchildren, and 3 granddogs.
Dr. Micall T. Godderidge DVM
Dr. Godderidge graduated from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She was born in Alpine, Utah and moved to Heber City, Utah at the age of 7. She was raised on a farm amidst horses, mules, dogs, goats, cats and chickens. She has wanted to be a Vet since the age of 5 and that desire never waivered. She was very active in the FFA where she took State in Range Judging and Poultry Judging. She graduated with high honors from Wasatch High School and earned her Bachelors degree in Animal and Veterinary Science from Utah State University. During her doctorate program at WSU she was involved in many clubs and programs, including Equine surgery and medicine, foal and colic team, canine dental club and VBMA (veterinary business management association).
While she loved Washington State, the beauty of Utah and family brought her back. Dr. Godderidge lives with her husband, 2 children and golden retriever. Outside of practice she loves to spend time with her family skiing, riding mules, camping, running, riding bikes and playing golf.
Dr. Michael Noyes, DVM
Dr. Noyes was raised on his family’s farm in Lyman Utah, and graduated from Wayne High School. He spent two years serving as a missionary for the LDS church in El Salvador, then attended Utah State University where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal, Dairy, and Veterinary Science. He was a member of the inaugural class at the new Veterinary School at Utah State University, and received his DVM from Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Noyes currently lives in Springville, UT with his wife and son. He enjoys veterinary medicine, wellness and preventative medicine, and veterinary surgery. He especially likes working with companion animals and small ruminants. He enjoys fishing, woodworking, baseball, and going on long rides on his motorcycle.
Dr. Audrey Sue Raby
Having grown up in the small Heber Valley community of Wallsburg, Dr. Audrey Sue Raby is excited to return to Utah and be part of the Park Animal Hospital. Audrey is a member of the first graduating class from the Utah State University veterinary program. She completed her studies from Washington State University in Pullman, WA where she received scholarships and recognition for academic achievement and small animal surgery. When Audrey isn’t working you can find her hiking, camping, or horseback riding. She also likes trying out new recipes. Audrey loves to travel when time allows and hanging out with friends. She’s looking forward to making many more new friends—both human and animal—as she works with the great team at Park Animal Hospital.