Dr. Madison Phillips was born in Maumelle, Arkansas but grew up in Texas, Maryland and finally Arizona. She grew up in the east valley where she graduated from Mountain Pointe High School. She graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2010 (Go Lumberjacks!) where she received a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis on genetics and biochemistry. She received her doctorate in veterinary medicine as the inaugural class of 2018 from Midwestern University- Glendale College of Veterinary Medicine.
Her primary interests in veterinary medicine are gastroenterology, nutrition, internal medicine, and public health. Dr. Madi is a member of the Arizona Veterinary Medical Association as well as the American Veterinary Medical Association. She is currently working towards certification as a Veterinary First Responder to provide aid and assistance in the face of state natural disasters.
Dr. Madi is married to her husband Nate who is a doctor of physical therapy in Scottsdale, with an “angel” son above named Grayson, along with two dogs (Dixie and Hemi) and two cats (Tabitha and Blackjack Daniels). Dr. Madi and her husband enjoy Motocross, exploring the outdoors while geocaching, Crossfit, and SxS UTV’s. She is also a member of the Arizona Winds Concert Band where she plays oboe every week. Her goal is to lead by example through faith and be a light to others.