Team

“The staff, technicians and doctors are always tentative to our needs. They truly do care about the well being of our two labs. I’d recommend HFVH to anyone looking for a top notch vet office for your animals.”  -Amy & Cody, Hemlock

Our wonderful staff of receptionists, veterinary technicians and technician assistants strives to help you and your pet feel comfortable. They understand the anxiety your pet may feel while in unfamiliar surroundings during hospitalization. They treat our patients as individuals, with care and respect.

Our receptionists and technicians are knowledgeable in many areas, including flea control, parasites, dental care, vaccine protocols, and puppy and kitten care. We encourage you to use their expertise and call with questions or concerns.

VETERINARY TECHNICIANS

Our veterinary technicians acquire a college degree, and then take a board exam to obtain their NYS license. To keep their license current, ongoing continuing ed is required. Our techs are integrally involved in the medical care of all our patients. Be sure to take advantage of their knowledge and experience.

TECHNICIAN ASSISTANTS

Our tech assistants are the “TLC” specialists in the hospital. Along with assisting the vet techs with their duties, they care for your pet while he/she is here. Whether taking a stroll with your dog, cuddling with a cat, or sitting with a patient waking from anesthesia, the tech assistants are hands on! Many say it’s the best job in the house!

RECEPTIONISTS

In many ways, they have the toughest, and most important, job in the hospital. They must manage the busiest of days, have basic medical knowledge, know the computer inside out, be fast and efficient, handle phones and scheduling, and lots more, all while smiling and helping everyone feel welcome! Whew!

MANAGEMENT

The behind-the-scene jobs that help make the hospital run smoothly. Many workings within the hospital originate here: everything from staff schedules and promoting excellent client relations to paying bills and offering new services. If you have non-medical questions that our other team members can’t answer, these are the people to come to.

    Veterinarians

  • Dr. Beth Jamison

    Dr. Beth Jamison, in addition to her four year veterinary degree from the Ontario…
  • Dr. Colleen Scoda

    Dr. Colleen Scoda is a native of Rochester and has…

  • Dr. Hillary Wentworth

    Dr. Wentworth comes to us after practicing emergency medicine in California. She earned…
  • Dr. Jeff Jamison

    Dr. Jeff Jamison completed a two year residency at the Ontario Veterinary College at the…
  • Dr. Juliea McCall

    Dr. Juliea McCall is a graduate of Western University’s College of Veterinary Medicine…
  • Dr. Karin Boyd

    Dr. Karin Boyd, an alumnus of The Ohio State University, joined Livonia Veterinary…

    Management

  • Lauri

    Manager

    Our Office Manager, Lauri’s life revolves around animals and her 5 children – a son…
  • Patti

    Bookkeeper

    Our "crackerjack" bookkeeper and adminstrative assistant. Organization is her middle name.…

    Veterinary Technician

  • Kelly

    Veterinary Technician

    Hopefully, a "lifer" at Livonia Vet Hospital. So far, so good - Kelly's been with us over…
  • Sheranda

    Veterinary Technician

    Lives in Leicester (pronounced "Lester")and is married to Lester! Born in Texas. Graduated…

    Technician Assistant

  • Dana

    Receptionists

  • Julie

    Receptionist

    Julie always seems to find a furry helper at the front desk. Lonely boarders love to help…
  • Kim

    Receptionist

  • Lynnea

    Receptionist

    Every work place has a clown....need we say more? Lynnea keeps us laughing! But there is a…