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As associate veterinarian at Big Hollow Companion Animal Hospital, Dr. Adam Malcolm maintains a high standard of veterinary care consistent with professional standards, regulations and guidelines. He strives to create a friendly, dynamic atmosphere with a strong focus on client service. In keeping with the hospital’s commitment to promote responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related education opportunities, he is a strong communicator and especially empathetic and compassionate, both to the animals with whom he works and the people who love them.

Dr. Malcolm is receptive to new ideas and resourceful in finding solutions to problems. His professionalism and unmatched compassion in the practice of veterinary medicine have earned him the respect of peers and clients alike. His focus on the importance of respecting an animal’s ability to heal and adapt to new situations, spaying and neutering pets, basic puppy and kitten care, and understanding quality-of-life issues is clearly seen in the effort he puts forth in providing educational workshops and presentations in the community.

Not only does Dr. Malcolm excel in his practice, he also generously volunteers his time for organizations such as Foster Pet Outreach, Pets for Seniors, Guardian Angel Bassett Rescue, Peoria Animal Welfare Society, Peoria Humane Society and Tazewell Animal Protection Society.

Dr. Malcolm is a member of the Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Mississippi Valley Veterinary Medical Association. Since coming to practice in Peoria after his graduation from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine with high honors in 2001, Dr. Malcolm has been a member of the Peoria County Veterinary Medical Association. He was the president of the organization from 2006 to ‘07 and currently serves as treasurer. He recently became a co-owner of Companion Animal Hospitals, the group of veterinary clinics which includes Big Hollow, where he has practiced for more than eight years.

When not seeing patients or volunteering his time to animal welfare programs, Dr. Malcolm can be found enjoying the company of his wife, Kimberly, and two sons, Graham and Simon. iBi