Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Parkway Veterinary Clinic in Plymouth, MI! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 734-453-2577 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Dr. Nick Naszradi
Medical Director

Dr. Naszradi spent his childhood years in Canton, where he met his wife in 6th-grade band class at East Middle School. Next, he earned his degree in Engineering from the University of Michigan. Then he followed his love of animals and graduated from the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. Now he is excited to come to join the Parkway Veterinary Clinic team.

Dr. Naszradi enjoys hiking, family, spending time with animals, and a good laugh. His family includes his wife, Kristen, their human babies, Emma, Ben, Katherine, and Goldendoodle, Doc.

Dr. David Rogers

Dr. Rogers is a native Michigander, having grown up in Northville just down the road from Parkway. He attended Northville schools before heading to Michigan State. Dr. Rogers has always had a love for animals and the outdoors and combined those passions to earn a Bachelor’s degree in wildlife biology in management. He then went on to Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in the spring of 2020. He is eager to join the veterinary profession and couldn’t have found a better practice than Parkway to start his career at.

In his free time, Dr. Rogers enjoys spending time with his wife and two cats (Hazel and Cora), being outdoors, golfing, cooking, and hanging out with family and friends.

Dr. Sarahbeth Barlas

Dr. Sarahbeth Barlas, DVM grew up in Canton, MI.  She completed her Bachelor of Science at Michigan State University Lyman Briggs College and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Her professional interests include dermatology and allergy management, preventative medicine, and forming strong veterinarian-patient-client relationships.  Client education, individualized case management, and patient comfort are at the core of her practice style.  Most of her work is performed on the floor at the patient’s level, and she explains diagnostics, diagnoses, and treatments clearly and in imaginative ways.


Dr. Barlas is known for her passion of animal welfare education having given guest lectures on the subject at both MSU and ISU.  She welcomes quality of life consultations, integrative medicine plans, and execution of surgical options.  She works collaboratively with her fellow Parkway doctors and a vast community of colleagues around the world.  Her mission: to provide profound education before life, supply exceptional veterinary care during life, and assist in humane passing at end of life.  Dr. Barlas looks forward to being a lifelong member of your pet’s health care team.

Dr. Elizabeth A. Routson

I have been interested in caring for animals from my earliest memories. When I moved to Plymouth two days before the beginning of 5th grade, I made life plans of operating a horse farm with my good friend and classmate at Bird School. She would ride the horses, and I would care for them. At that time, I thought caring for the horses involved feeding, cleaning and brushing them.

As I grew up, I maintained my fascination with animals, and loved visiting homes with pets. My mother was allergic to anything with feathers and fur, so enjoying other families’ pets was the best I could do.

In school, I loved math and science and literature, a strange combination, I know. Puzzles of most types fascinated me greatly.

My father wanted to know my career goals before I applied to college, and I read college catalogues cover-to-cover so that I could choose wisely. I was the oldest of four children, and was expected to be responsible in my choice, not a bad thing, I might add.

Veterinary medicine seemed to be the best way to combine my love of problem solving, science (especially biology), animals, and interaction with people. I am pleased to report that my choice has been a wise one for me as I cannot imagine doing anything else as passionately as this.

I graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1977 and began work in a small animal practice in Grand Rapids. This was a great learning experience and I really learned to appreciate the Plymouth community that I had grown up in. After nine months, I returned home, and began working at a large practice located in Detroit. This practice consisted of a large central hospital with a 24 hour emergency service and several smaller satellite clinics. I loved the mix of emergency work with general practice and benefited greatly from the ability to follow cases as they recovered from the initial emergency and became healthy, happy patients once again.

In 1990, I returned to Parkway Veterinary Clinic in Plymouth. This was where I first worked as kennel help before vet school. My long-standing mentors have been Dr. Clif McClumpha and Dr. Richard Kirchgatter. I feel fortunate to have been first exposed to veterinary medicine by these two caring and wonderful veterinarians.

Currently my life centers around my faith, family and career. I have two children currently in college, and a dog, a cat, and a very patient husband. In my “spare time”, I enjoy reading and nearly anything to do with textiles. This includes weaving, spinning, sewing, needlework and quilting.

My second family consists of the staff and clients of Parkway Veterinary Clinic, and I feel very privileged to be invited by clients to help them provide the best care they can for each of their beloved pets.

My current plans are to remain at Parkway Veterinary Clinic as long as I can practice, which, God willing, will be for many years to come.

Practice Manager

I have been with Parkway Veterinary since 1992. I have 3 dogs.  Two Springer Spaniels, and one Springer mix that was rescued out of Detroit by Guardian Angel Animal Rescue and ESRA. (English Springer Rescue America)  He was near death with parasites and had heartworm disease.  In fact, he had to undergo heartworm treatment twice.  I would not wish that on any dog, so please use year-round prevention.  I have a cat who can get a little sassy and thinks he is the boss of the dogs. I also have 4 rescue goldfish that I could talk about for hours.  In early 2016 I added a horse to my family.  He has become the center of my life. He came to me with the name Tommy already so I kept it as he comes to me when I call him.  I could not imagine life without him in our family.  I spend and enjoy a lot of time with my pets.

I have a 1970 Vintage Forester camper named the “Tacky Shack” that I vacation in most summer weekends.  I have it parked at my sister’s home in West Branch.

Other things that I enjoy doing are Trail Riding, Reading, Gardening, and yes, I do love to watch TV. 


Hi, I’m Debbie. I’ve worked at Parkway Veterinary Clinic since 1999. I’ve worked in the boarding kennel and as a veterinary assistant. My favorite position is my current position of Client Care. (Big Smile) It combines my love of animals and people. I love talking to you about your pets. I can be of help if you have a question or a problem.

Equally important to me, is being comforting and understanding during sad times for you and the pet you love. I know that people who love animals are good people to know!!

On the personal side, (you had to ask!) I lost my beloved Norwegian Elkhound, Queta, in December 2006. She was with me for almost 15 years. I still miss her. I have 5 cats, all of which I adopted as strays from Parkway. Two of them were just days old when I took them in to feed and raise — I couldn’t part with them after that!! (Call me a sucker!)

I also like drawing and painting people. I’m working/learning how to do portraits and have taken and will take more art classes at schoolcraft College. I love antiques (shopping & buying) especially the Victorian era. I like traveling by car or motorcycle and stopping at out of the way places — just because. I like crossword puzzles and jigsaw puzzles. I like doing aerobics to rock n’ roll music and last but not least, I love hockey. Go Red Wings! I hope to see you soon! Come in and say Hi!


Hi, I’m Olivia, you probably hear my voice on the other end of the phone when you call.  I was born and raised in Livonia and my family has been bringing our dogs to Parkway since the 80s, with the most recent addition being my one-year-old Weimaraner, Faolan. I have always been a dog person so starting here at Parkway in July of 2020 was one of the easiest decisions I have ever made; I previously worked in a hospital and I prefer the patients that we see here. I’m currently finishing a degree in health science at Central Michigan University and plan to stay in the veterinary field as long as I can. I look forward to meeting you and your fur babies!


I was born and raised in Canton, MI.  I graduated from John Glenn High School.  My first job after I graduated was at a Veterinary Clinic.  I started out as a receptionist then attended Wayne County Community College and enrolled in the Vet Tech program.  I have been in the Veterinary field from that point on.  I knew from a young age I wanted to work with animals, and have never considered another career path.  I am lucky to have found my passion so early in life.  In my spare time I really enjoy spending time with my 2 kids and 3 cats, Jersey, Mickey, and Whimsey who are all way to spoiled!


Hi, my name is Alison and I have been a Licensed Veterinary Technician since 2016 and at Parkway since 2017. I received my license from Wayne County Community College. At home, I have three of the coolest cats, Eggroll, a pirate kitty (three-legged) named Darkness, and an adorable little troublemaker named Bagheera. I’ve always been fond of having animals in my life, and being able to spend my days with them makes this career really rewarding. One of my favorite parts of my job is doing dentals, I love scraping years of crud off of your pet’s teeth. If I’m not at work, you can catch me hanging with my kitties, exploring the Renaissance Festival, or curled up with Darkness on my lap, reading a good book.

Veterinary Assistant

Hello! My name is Kelli and I have been a Veterinary Assistant here at Parkway since July 2020. I graduated Northern Michigan University with a BS in Zoology back in 2014 and ever since I have worked with animals in multiple capacities such as grooming salons and dog daycares. But I feel as if my true calling is working in the vet field and I could not be any happier! I love meeting new pets (and their parents of course) everyday and am an expert at giving cuddles. I love gaining new knowledge and I am currently enrolled in Penn Foster to get my technician license. I look forward to advancing my career. I live with my fiance Max and adorable black cat Olive!

Veterinary Assistant

Hello! My name is Jessica and I’m a veterinary assistant. I’ve been working here since June 2021, and I love it! I went to school at Ross Medical Education Center in the Veterinary Assistant program and graduated with a completed American Veterinary Assistant license. I have always loved animals and I feel like I found my calling in this career. I look forward to meeting your pets and helping them every way we can! When I’m not at work you can catch me cuddled up with my two kittens: Boo and Magnolia.


Hi, I’m Megan and I was born and raised in Garden City, MI. I have always had dogs growing up and learned to really love them. I currently have 3 dogs, a Husky named Chaos, a Rottweiler named Alma and a Rott/Husky mix named Dozer. I also have a cat named LucyPurr. I am attending school at Penn Foster to become a veterinary technician. When I am not at work o love spending time with my husband and four-year-old son