Board-certified Criticalist

Dr. Meghan Harmon


My Commitment To You

To our referring partner veterinarians, my commitment is to work as a team to provide the best care for our patients during and after an emergency or critical care visit.

To pet owners, my commitment is to provide recommendations and create an individualized treatment plan as if every patient were my own pet. Together, we can help make the best decision regarding the care of your loved one.

– Dr. Meghan Harmon
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Dr. Meghan Harmon is a staff Emergency and Critical Care specialist in our Surrey hospital; near Vancouver, BC. Originally hailing from the midwestern United States, Dr. Harmon has had the opportunity to practice and teach in both university and private practice environments. Board certified in 2014, Dr. Harmon was a criticalist at the University of Missouri before working in a busy private practice in Seattle, WA. She joined the team at Boundary Bay in April 2020, and is excited to provide the highest level of critical care for hospitalized ICU patients.

Dr. Harmon’s special interests and prior research has centered around coagulation and platelet function analysis. She also enjoys working with critical post-operative cases, patients suffering from sepsis, and complex trauma cases. Dr. Harmon has lectured locally, nationally (IVECCS, ACVIM, AVMA), and internationally on a wide range of topics ranging from respiratory disease to hemostasis to feline lower urinary tract disease.

When not at work, Dr. Harmon enjoys rock climbing, hiking, cooking, and relaxing with her husband, 2 dogs (Newfoundland and fox terrier mix), and curmudgeon cat.


  • 2014, Diplomate DACVECC
  • 2011-2014: Residency in Emergency and Critical Care, Michigan State University
  • 210-2011: Internship (SA medicine and surgery) at North Carolina State University
  • 2010, DVM from University of Missouri, Summa Cum Laude
  • In private practice in Seattle, I was awarded the Hospital CORE value award for education (2018)
  • While at the University of Missouri, I was honored with the Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teaching award (2016), Golden Aesculapius Teaching Award (2016), and SCAVMA Teaching award (2015)
  • Asokan VR, Kerl ME, Evans T, Harmon MR. Organophosphate toxicity in 2 dogs from ingestion of cattle ear tags. J Vet Emerg Crit Care, 29(4): 424-430, 2019.
  • J.A. Jaffey , M.R. Harmon, N.A. Villani, E.K. Creighton, G.S. Johnson , U. Giger, and J.R. Dodam. Long-term Treatment with Methylene Blue in a Dog with Hereditary Methemoglobinemia Caused by Cytochrome b5 Reductase Deficiency. J Vet Intern Med 2017;31:1860–1865
  • DuHadway MR, Sharp CR, Meyers KE, Koenigshof AM. A retrospective study of xylitol ingestion in dogs: 192 cases (2007-2012). J Vet Emerg Crit Care, 25(5): 646-654. 2015

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