About Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine
Established in 2000, the Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine provides after-hours critical care support to local veterinarians and emergency care to the general public.
Erich Baumann, DVM, Chief of Staff
Dr. Baumann graduated the University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 and has worked in emergency medicine since then. He started at the Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine in June, 2001 and became the Chief of Staff in 2004. Dr. Baumann is married with two teen age boys, one in college and the army reserves, and one in high school. He is an active volunteer firefighter in his town, and his hobbies include outdoor activities such as hiking and camping along with furniture making.
Harry Braeuer, DVM
Dr. Braeuer is a 1999 graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. He practiced mixed animal and emergency medicine until moving to Maine in 2001 where he first worked at Animal Emergency Clinic of Mid-Maine. He is married and a proud father of four children and four cats.
Dr. Alex Munroe
Dr. Munroe is an import from Framingham, Massachusetts who moved to Maine in 2001. He has been a part of AECM since April of 2002 when he acquired his first job in veterinary medicine as a technician on the team for several years before heading to Canada for his veterinary degree. He returned from the Atlantic Veterinary College in 2008 and has helped heal dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles and pretty much anything else small and odd since that time. He emphasizes pain control for every species he treats, has a special interest in multiple types of exotics as well as collecting the most blindingly colored scrubs known to man! Dr. Munroe lives in Auburn with his wife and young son in a 224-year-old farm house which has active maple trees to tap each spring! In his free time he loves motorcycling for pretty much any reason or destination, drawing, finding excuses to travel back to Canada and loves pretty much any kind of vocal music.
Karin Wilson, DVM
Dr. Wilson grew up in upstate New York. She has known she wanted to be a veterinarian since she was 10 years old, and spent much of her childhood working with and riding horses. She graduated from Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. She was originally convinced that she wanted to be an equine veterinarian, and moved to northern New England to practice as a mixed animal veterinarian after completing an internship at the Rochester Equine Clinic. She made the transition to companion animal medicine 10 years ago, and joined the AECM staff in 2011. Although she loves the variety and challenges of emergency medicine, she also maintains other veterinary interests including acupuncture and TCM. She loves the Maine outdoors, fortunately not dragging her two kitties off on adventures including hiking, kayaking, telemark skiing and iceboating. In her spare time she is helping her boyfriend rehabilitate a 33-foot steel sailboat.