Dr. Sudha Komma, DVM
Dr. Sudha Komma received her veterinary degree from Tufts University. She earned a Masters in Public Health from Boston University and Masters of Veterinary Science in Microbiology from ANGRAU. Dr. Komma has practiced general veterinary medicine for about 15 years. High quality care and affordable veterinary medical and surgical services has always been her strong professional commitment.
Dr. Komma is a general practitioner with professional interests in preventive care, surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry and exotic medicine. She is also interested in holistic medicine, herbal medicine and acupuncture therapy. She has also developed a special interest in addressing the special needs of senior pets.
Quality care and affordable veterinary services have always been Dr. Komma’s strong professional commitments. She is extremely excited to lead the BVMC team in providing an exceptional service to the pets and people of Bedford and the surrounding towns.
In her free time, she enjoys playing chess, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family and pets. She has lived in NH for the past fifteen years. Dr. Komma and her husband Suren have two children Manu and Sai, and a Chihuahua named Coco .
Dr. Magen LaPorte, DVM
Dr. Randy MacNeill was born in Prince Edward Island, Canada. He graduated from Atlantic Veterinary College and worked as a mixed animal practitioner in Maine. In 1996, he moved to Southern New Hampshire and has worked within small animal practices since then. Dr. MacNeill is committed giving all his patients high quality medical and surgical services.
Dr. MacNeill enjoys spending time with his 2 dogs and 2 cats. He has a passion for hockey, running and hiking.
Dr. Randall MacNeill, DVM
Dr. Magen LaPorte is originally from Rhode Island and received her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). Prior to attending veterinary school at Cornell University, Dr. LaPorte completed a Master’s in Animal Science with a concentration in reproduction at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Dr. LaPorte began her career as a mixed animal practitioner in western New York and enjoys treating all species, large and small.
Dr. LaPorte is committed to supporting the human-animal bond by promoting preventive medicine. She is interested in exploring further how technology and social media can help connect clients, pets and their veterinarians to better serve the medical needs of companion animals.
Dr. LaPorte’s hobbies include boating, stand-up paddle boarding, scuba diving, canine obedience and downhill skiing. Dr. LaPorte is excited to be back in New England and is an avid Patriots football fan. She now calls southern New Hampshire home and shares her home with a Dalmatian named Kiko.