Mark Romain, DVM
Dr. Mark Romain graduated with honors from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1973. During his five years on active duty with the Air Force, he served as a mechanical engineer involved in research and development contracts for the government. While on active duty, Dr. Romain became interested in veterinary medicine and started working on the requirements for admission to veterinary college. After serving his commitment to the Air Force, he entered Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine in August of 1978 and graduated in June of 1982.
Dr. Romain has been active in the Olathe Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Olathe Noon Rotary Club, Chairman of the Olathe Friends of Scouting Campaign, and member of the Board of Advisors of the Maple Woods Community College Veterinary Technician Program. In addition, he has been an active participant in many science career programs in the Olathe School District, and long time volunteer raptor surgeon for Operation Wildlife Rehabilitation. He has many years of experience and a special interest in birds.
Dr. Romain has been married to his wife, Clare, since 1973. Clare retired in August of 2012 after 25 years with the Olathe School District where she served as a counselor at the Alternative Junior and Senior High School Program. Their twins, Jeremy and Suzanne, were born in 1981. Both reside in the Olathe area. Dr. Romain is an avid outdoorsman, fly fisherman and wildlife conservation advocate. Although many beloved pets have come and gone, they currently have Amber and Rosie, both golden retrievers.
“It has been a career goal of mine to provide our community with the current and best medical care for a wide variety of pets. These animals are an essential key in the mental and physical well being of our clients. Without them, many of us would have a much lower quality of life. Our goal at the Olathe Animal Hospital will always be to maintain that relationship by providing the best care possible.”