5353 Independence Parkway Ste 100, 

  Frisco, Texas 75035


Ph: 469-795-9142 

Anna Procious, BS, RDCS
Anna is a registered diagnostic medical sonographer with a specialty in cardiology.  She has been in the veterinary ultrasound field since 2001. She began as a mobile sonographer in the Dallas area with Sound Technologies and Pet Safe Diagnostics.  She has taught veterinary ultrasound for many education companies and schools throughout the United States.  She has experience imaging small animals and exotics, including work with the Great Ape Project.  Anna is a graduate of Texas A&M University, and has worked as a human cardiac sonographer prior to becoming a veterinary sonographer.  
Anna is a Texas native, born and raised in Corsicana, Texas. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two children exploring all that Texas has to offer. Anna is an avid swimmer and has been a masters swimming coach for more than 15 years. Her family also includes Roscoe, an anatolian shepherd and Jessie, the cat.

Scott Bynum, DVM Primary Sonographer and Medical Director
While studying pre-med at Texas A&M University – College Station, Dr. Bynum decided to combine his passion for medicine with his love of animals and enrolled in the College of Veterinary Medicine graduating with his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. He worked in both general practice as well as emergency medicine in the Dallas Forth Worth Metroplex for the next 17 years. Then he discovered another passion – medical imaging. After attending the Academy of Veterinary Imaging in Arlington, Texas and acquiring hundreds of hours of ultrasound study, he was offered a teaching position with the Academy and soon became the medical director. During his time teaching he routinely commuted to the greater New Jersey area to scan with a mobile ultrasound company for three years.
He is excited to bring his imaging knowledge and skills to the directorship of Collin County Veterinary Imaging Center to continue to serve the pet owning population in his local town of Frisco. He looks forward to returning home and working with the local pets of the North Texas area. Although infrequent, when he is not working, he can be found cooking, reading or any activity that involves being outdoors.