Our staff at Olmos Park Animal Hospital is here because they share the same special bond, the love of animals. It is this love that brings us here each day to provide heartfelt care for you and your pet.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Ann Cross purchased Corder Companion Animal Clinic in 2018 from Dr. Curran Craig Corder. They got along so well that she wouldn’t let him retire. Dr. Cross is a 2006 graduate of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Her B.A. was from Hamilton College in upstate New York and she received her D.V.M. and M.S. at CSU. She practices companion animal medicine, surgery, and acupuncture. She was certified in medical acupuncture at CSU and has a special interest in pain management. Dr. Cross lives in San Antonio with her husband, Dr. Matthew Cross. They have been blessed with three wonderful children and a house full of dogs, cats, rabbits, doves, and snakes. Dr. Cross says she is not from Texas, but got here as fast as she could!
Ryan Tomasini, DVM grew up in South Texas, spending most of his childhood in San Antonio. Dr. Tomasini is proud to be part of the team at Olmos Park Animal Hospital. His desire to help animals began at age 2 after seeing a snake on the side of the road. It was too late for the snake of course, but it left a life-long impression and desire to help animals. Dr. Tomasini accomplished his childhood dream when he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University in 2013. Prior to vet school he attended Texas A&M earning a bachelors in Biomedical Science, followed by a Masters in Public Health from Texas A&M School of Public Health. Having grown up in San Antonio he returned with his family after graduating and practiced for 8 years before joining Olmos Park. Dr. Tomasini met his wife, Maggie, while at Aggieland and they married just before he started vet school. They have 2 wonderful kids, a girl and a boy, to keep them both busy. Other family members include several cats, and 2 dogs named Whiskey and Alowishus. Besides spending time with his family, Dr. Tomasini enjoys working outside at the ranch, hunting, fishing, and wood working when time allows.
Curran Craig Corder knew from his knees-to-a-grasshopper days that he would grow up in a realm surrounded by animals. Gravitating to those world’s citizens who will always tell the truth, should we fallible humans care to listen, he broke his adult teeth volunteering, and then working, for his family veterinarian from junior high through high school. Graduating from Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979, he made his way to the River City to practice the profession best respecting the well-being and betterment of companion animals through a lifetime of dedication. Slightly more than three years of private practice allowed absorption of enough business acumen to permit branching out on his own at the site housing the present practice. Three decades of dedication to the betterment of companion animals in s small practice has provided an exceedingly gratifying basis for an enriched life serving those world citizens who he still feel base the truest of Nature’s creatures. More than thirty years after first opening, when Dr. Ann Cross walked through the clinic’s threshold, a quick friendship budded, and then grew, into a trusting partnership. Dr. Corder’s life dream was able to proceed anew by the addition of her able and trustworthy devotion, after which both pattern their lives.
Dr. Rob Coke is a 1996 graduate of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. He spent 4 years in Houston, Texas in a small animal and exotics practice. After learning more about what is not known versus what is known, he decided to go back to do an internship in Exotic Animal, Zoo, and Wild Animal Medicine at Kansas State University. Afterwards, he did his zoo medicine residency at the Oklahoma City Zoo in conjunction with Oklahoma State University. In 2002, He started his current position of Director of Veterinary Care at the San Antonio Zoo. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Zoological Medicine and one of the first Diplomates of the Reptile and Amphibian Practice category of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners. He also decided to delve into the realm of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and obtained his Certificate of Veterinary Acupuncture. As a personal hobby, Dr. Coke has kept and bred dozens of species of reptiles including chameleons, snakes, geckos, tortoises, etc.