Dr. Diane Noll, DVM

Dr Diane Noll

Owner, D.V.M.

Education: Iowa State University, 1982, D.V.M.

Pets: Lacee (Irish Setter), Louie (Border Collie)

Upon graduating from veterinary school in 1982, Dr. Noll purchased the Keosaqua Veterinary Clinic in Keosaqua, Iowa, where she served the farming community for 6 years.

In 1988, she sold the practice and she and her family moved to Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. She began a relief practice, filling in as a supply veterinarian for veterinarians across Southeast Iowa. After eight years of traveling, Dr. Noll decided it was time to settle and venture out on her own again. She bought the New London practice from Dr. Ken Rayner in 1996, renaming it Hometown Veterinary Care.

In 2001, she expanded her services and moved across the street into the current location. Dr. Noll has 30 plus years of experience, focusing mainly on small animal medicine, equine medicine & reproduction, ultrasound, and veterinary orthopedic manipulation. She strives to further her education and that of her staff by attending conferences, meetings, and specialized training courses. She has expanded her interests in recent years to include teaching veterinary technician students and has loved that teaching aspect.

Memberships: American Veterinary Medical Association, Iowa Veterinary Medical Association, Eastern Iowa Veterinary Association, Iowa State Alumni Association

Family: Dr. Noll is the mother of four children and will talk at length about her grandchildren.

Personal Interests: Mission trips, horseback riding, landscaping, reading, public speaking, traveling In addition, a growing interest in overseas veterinary medicine and a love for those people has taken her to Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti, South Africa, and Zambia.