Meet our Doctors

 Dr. Robin U. Livingston

Dr. Livingston is a graduate of the University of Georgia Veterinary School and also did her undergraduate work there.  She is a native of the D.C. area, but has resided in the North Myrtle Beach area since her high school days.  She opened Kind Care Animal Hospital in June of 1996.  Dr. Livingston and her husband have 3 children.

 Dr. Kimberlee Stengel

Dr. Stengel, a Myrtle Beach native, did her undergraduate work at Clemson University and received her DVM from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.  She joined the Kind Care family in 1999.  She has completed the IVAS course in veterinary acupuncture.  Dr. Stengel enjoys spending time with her husband, 2 children and Doppler, her cat.

 Dr. Mindy Newman

Dr. Newman joined the practice in 2002.  She is originally from Charlotte, NC and received her undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill.  After graduating from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Newman practiced in Massachusetts for twelve years.  She is also certified in veterinary acupuncture.  She and her husband are the proud parents of 2 large dogs and 3 cats.

 Dr. Alison Carroll

Dr. Carroll, grew up in Richardson, Texas, near Dallas. She received her DVM from Texas A&M University Veterinary School in 2005. She has been coming to the Myrtle Beach area to visit her grandparents since she was a little girl and has always loved the Grand Strand. So, after she graduated veterinary school she moved down and joined the Kind Care family in June of 2005. Dr. Carroll's goal as a veterinarian is to treat all of her patients like she would her own pets and to the best of her ability. She loves all aspects of veterinary medicine, but particularly enjoys internal medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Carroll enjoys reading and spending time with family, her husband Bo, two sons Mikey & Keegan, and two loving dogs Izzie and Ernie.

Dr. Mike Marino

Dr. Mike was born and raised in Pennsylvania (GO EAGLES!).  He attended West Chester University, where he earned a bachelors degree in biology with a concentration in microbiology in 1997.  He then worked for several years in research, where he eventually met his wife, Carolyn. Dr. Mike felt God calling him in a different career path and in 2005 he was admitted into Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Mike and Carolyn married two months prior to school starting, and moved away from all of their friends and family.  It was worth it in the end.  Dr. Mike achieved his goal of becoming a veternarian in 2009, and is looking forward to a long career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Mike joined the Kind Care family in July of 2015. He and his wife have two daughters, Bethany and Tiffany, along with six furry children: 3 dogs (Tiger, Henry, and Bud) and 3 cats (Cinder, Hammy, and Maggie).