Doctors & Staff
A veterinarian is much more than your pet’s general physician. Your veterinarian is also your pet’s surgeon, radiologist, neurologist, dermatologist, pharmacist, pediatrician, anesthesiologist, obstetrician, nutritionist, and yes, even psychiatrist! At Pet Medical Center, we are able to take care of your pet’s needs for a full lifetime.
Isabelle A. Bach, DVM (Owner)
Dr. Bach was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Montreal in 1997. She then pursued her veterinary education with extended surgical training in Dallas, TX, before settling in California in 1998. Dr. Bach and her husband Christophe purchased the Pet Medical Center in August 2006 and decided to make it “their own”.
Dr. Bach strives on providing quality diagnostics, medicine, surgery and preventive care. She takes great pride in providing extraordinary medical care and services in a friendly and compassionate manner. Her communication skills bring all diseases to an understandable level. Her energetic personality flows throughout the practice and contributes to a warm family atmosphere.
Dr. Bach is the proud mother of 2 beautiful girls: Josephine (born in 2004) and Amelia (born in 2006). Josephine trains as a competitive cheerleader with Intensity Athletics in Murrieta. This is her first year and she seems to enjoy it immensely. She was able to transition easily from her gymnastics background. As for Amelia, she is actively involved with horses and competes in dressage events. An Arabian horse named Mumshook is her faithful companion and she plans to continue with this hobby. She is also fascinated with duck tape and cardboard boxes… Left alone with these 2 items, she can build almost anything!
The Bachs also have several family pets: Remi (Great Pyrenees), Mungkee & Doodle (Brussels Griffons), Jack, Kuddles, Asia & Africa (cats), Gus & Lily (pigmy goats), Kevin Bacon Hamlet Notorious P.I.G. (aka Hammy) & Ophelia (pot-bellied pigs), Lemonade, Slayer , Hershey, Chocolate, Cinnamon & Fiddy, (chickens) , Perry & Getzy (Afro ducks), Victoria (Peking duck), Dinner (wild turkey), Sully (130 lbs Sulcata tortoise), Tank (18 lbs desert tortoise) and the newest hospital mascot George. The Bachs recently went “big”, with the addition of Rusty and Jake, 2 beautiful quarter horses. With this newly acquired little “farm”, Dr. Bach has no choice but to stay in touch with all aspects of veterinary medicine!
The Bachs recently found residence in the Temecula Wine Country and are truly enjoying all that it has to offer…with the exception of the rattlesnakes, coyotes and bobcats! During her free time, Dr. Bach enjoys spending quality time with her family, horseback riding through the endless trails of her community, experimenting new adventures all over the world and tasting / discovering fine wines amongst great friends. She is also a scuba diving enthusiast, although still very particular about water conditions and temperature! As an Anaheim Ducks fan, Dr. Bach remains connected to her Canadian hockey roots by seldom missing a home game! Go Ducks!
Dr. Angela Corso
Dr. Angela Corso was born in Michigan. She became interested in veterinary medicine at the age of 12 after reading the All Creatures Great and Small series of books by James Harriot. Dr. Corso attended Michigan State University with a major in biochemistry and earned her Bachelor of Science degree. She attended veterinary school at Michigan State University and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1995.
Dr. Corso’s special areas of interest include dog and cat dentistry, anesthesia, dermatology, hospice care and pain management. She is also employed by VIN (Veterinary Information Network), a world-wide online community of veterinarians who support and help each other with case management. Dr. Corso is an active member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association), CVMA (California Veterinary Medical Association), AVDS (American Veterinary Dental Society) and IVAPM (International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management).
Dr. Corso married her husband Brek in 2008, and they had their son, Jake in 2009. Two cats, Shelby and Andy, round out their family. In her spare time, Dr. Corso enjoys building Legos, traveling, hiking, camping, gaming, music, movies, counted cross-stitch and spending time with family and friends.
Christophe Bach (Practice Manager)
Bio to follow
Teryn Bronson (Assistant Practice Manager)
Teryn came to Pet Medical Center in February 2007 as a receptionist, and has since become the Assistant Practice Manager. She has loved animals all her life, and started her first veterinary job in 2002. She lives with her husband Adam, and 3 pets: Bosley (70lb Boxer Mix, 2009), Indy (10lb Patterdale Terrier, 2002) and Joon (Cat, 1998). She enjoys spending time with her family, loves being outdoors, and goes to the beach as much as possible!