Crossroads Staff

Lynn Rodger DVM, DACVIM

Lynn graduated from veterinary school at Oregon State University in 1989. She then worked as an intern at a major equine referral hospital in Southern California. She began a 3 year residency program in equine internal medicine at UC Davis in 1991 and became board certified in 1995. In 1996, she and Dr. Arnold moved up to this area and eventually purchased Crossroads Veterinary Clinic in 2002. Her interests include all phases of internal medicine including respiratory disorders, neonatal foal care and gastrointestinal disorders.

Charlene Noll, DVM, MSME

Crossroads Equine Hospital is happy to announce that our new equine surgeon, Charlene Noll DVM MSME, has joined the hospital on a full-time basis, specializing in elective and emergency surgery and lameness evaluations. With a background in mechanical engineering, she brings a unique and valuable set of skills to equine surgery. With an additional interest in equine medicine, she is also seeing dentistry, ophthalmology, and general medicine cases as well.

Dr. Noll is originally from Springfield, Illinois, where she grew up riding jumpers. She graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Engineering in 2003, Mount Holyoke College with a BA in Applied Mathematics in 2004, and Stanford University with a MS in Mechanical Engineering in 2006. In 2010, she decided to change the direction of her career and enrolled at UC Davis, where she graduated with a DVM in 2014. She completed a large animal rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center in 2015 and an equine rotating internship at North Carolina State University in 2016. She recently completed her equine surgery residency at UC Davis this past July and began work at Crossroads in August.

Dr. Noll lives in Anderson with her partner Zachary and their two dogs and two cats.

Mary Boyce, DVM, PhD, DACVS

Dr. Boyce has recently joined the team at Crossroads. Mary has been teaching clinical surgery at University of Minnesota and is board certified in equine surgery. She also received her PhD in Minnesota studying treatments to improve joint function in the performance horse. Dr Boyce has a particular interest in lameness diagnosis and treatment and is available for all types of surgical procedures including soft tissue, orthopedic and colic. Prior to veterinary school, Dr Boyce trained and rode in the World Cup. Crossroads is fortunate to have such a qualified veterinarian join our hospital.