Jennifer Sergeeff, DVM, DACVIM

INTERNAL MEDICINE

Dr. Jennifer Sergeeff
Dr. Sergeeff is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, growing up on the Peninsula. She attained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from UC Davis in 1999, and then completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Purdue University in 2000.

After completing a small animal medicine residency at the University of Minnesota and obtaining specialty board certification in 2004, Jennifer promptly moved back to the Peninsula, where she currently still resides. She was a staff internist at a multi-doctor referral only specialty practice in the San Jose area from 2004-2009, and then led the internal medicine service at a large specialty/general practice hospital in Berkeley from 2009-2013. Starting in early 2014, Jennifer joined as a part-time staff internist at a multi-specialty hospital in Fremont, and in addition has enjoyed being a locum internal medicine consultant at multiple specialty hospitals throughout the Bay Area.

As an Internal Medicine Specialist, Jennifer’s veterinary interests include Immune and Infectious diseases, gastroenterology, endocrinology, and renal disease. She has received numerous awards, including the Iams/VECCS Award for Excellence in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, as well as has been published in various veterinary publications and journals.

In any available spare time, she is usually relaxing with a good book or new movie, attending concerts, traveling, gardening, or spending time with family and friends. But during the fall, it’s all about football.

ABOUT DR. SERGEEFF
EDUCATION

GRADUATE:
University of California, Davis

POST-GRADUATE

ROTATING INTERNSHIP:
Small Animal Medicine & Surgery: Purdue University

RESIDENCY:
University of Minnesota

VETERINARY
INTERESTS
  • Immune & Infectious diseases
  • Gastroenterology
  • Endocrinology
  • Renal disease
PERSONAL
INTERESTS
  • Animal Wellness
  • Cancer Research
MEMBERSHIPS
AWARDS
  • Minnesota Veterinary Medical Foundation James O. Hanson Continuing Education Scholarship (2003)
  • Dr. Viki Krade Memorial Feline Medicine Award (1999)
  • Iams/VECCS Award for Excellence in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (1999)
  • Roy Grant Feline Medicine Scholarship (1996)
PUBLISHED WORKS
  • Sergeeff JS, Armstrong PJ, Bunch SE. Hepatic Abscesses in Cats: 14 cases (1985-2002). Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine; 2004; 18: 295-300.
  • Berent AC, Todd J, Sergeeff JS, Powell LL. Carbon Monoxide Toxicity: A Case Series. Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care; 2005; 15(2): 128-135.
  • Sergeeff JS. Pharmacology and Toxicology Review Charts, 1997. Independent press- UC Davis bookstore