Dr. Kim Mordasky is a Connecticut native, who grew up in South Windsor. She attended the University of Connecticut for her undergraduate degrees in Animal Science and Pathobiology. Following graduation in 2011, she moved out to Indiana to attend the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. M, her husband, and dog “Doc” bought a house and settled down in Hebron in the fall of 2012. Shortly after came their first son in the spring of 2014. Dr M and her family are excited to call the beautiful town of Hebron home, and are looking forward to becoming a bigger part of the community. Her professional interests include small animal surgery, ophthalmology, and internal medicine.
Associate Veterinarian Jaime De Leon came to the United States in 2006 after graduating from the National University of Costa Rica with a degree in veterinary medicine. Dr. De Leon lives in Mansfield Ct and has worked in Connecticut for over ten years, serving in the capacity of Medical Director for the last three at his last practice. His special interests include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well as oral surgery and dentistry. He is very experienced in knee surgery, fracture repair and the implementation of laser therapy. Outside of work, Jaime enjoys spending time with his family and his pets, gardening and watching baseball. He has three children and three dogs. He is originally from Panama and met his wife of 12 years while studying in Costa Rica.
Nancy has been working at Hebron Veterinary Hospital since 1995. In her spare time Nancy offers pets sitting for clients in Hebron and Columbia. Nancy grew up in Pittsburgh, PA. She moved to Boston after college for 10 years before deciding to move to Columbia, Ct after getting married. She has adult children and lives with 3 rescue dogs and 1 cat. She also belongs to a volunteer organization called Dog Gone Recovery Volunteers, which assists dog owners in the search for lost dogs in the area. After all this Nancy still finds time and enjoys hiking and gardening.
Liz has been in the animal field most of her life. After attending Morrisville State College for Equine Science, she began her career as a veterinary technician. Her favorite areas of veterinary science are dentistry and assisting with surgery. When she is not working at HVH she spends most of her time with her horses and her Chihuahua, Cabo Wabo.
Erika has been helping out here for a couple of years per diem, but was happy to join our team on a full time basis as of fall 2016. She completed her degree in Veterinary Technology from Vermont Technical College in 2009 to become a Certified Veterinary Technician but has worked in the veterinary field since she was 10 years old. Erika enjoys surgery, patient care, and client education. Outside of work Erika enjoys spending time with her family and getting outdoors as much as possible.
Jess entered the veterinary world as an assistant right after high school, eventually joining HVH in October of 2016. When she isn't here, she can be found studying history and anthropology at Eastern Connecticut State University or traveling. In her spare time she enjoys running, spending time with her cavalier, Priscilla, or exploring local breweries.
Stephanie began her career at HVH as an intern, working to finish her vet tech program and becoming certified through NCCC. She officially joined the team in the spring of 2017. Originally from Maine, she moved to CT with her husband where they live happily along side their German Shepherd, Soto. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring New England, hiking, running, and spending time with her family.
Robbin's bio coming soon!
Rosa has been working as a veterinary receptionist for over 20 years, happy to join HVH in the summer of 2017. She lives around Hartford with her grandson, three dogs, and two cats. Outside of the hospital she can be found traveling to Vermont or spending time with her family (and especially her granddaughter, Bree).
Beth has been working as a veterinary technician since she was 19, joining HVH in 2017 after a hiatus following the birth of her second son. When she isn't here brightening everyone's day, she can be found spending time with her family and two pets Karma and Ziggy. Beth also enjoys running, skiing and hiking.
Mama has been living at HVH for about 12 years. She was dropped off with her litter of kittens in 2006, where the staff brought her in and helped raise her kittens. They each found their way a good home but Mama stayed right in the hospital. She was very shy at the start however after some coaxing has come around to grace clients with her presence. She's often found napping in little hideouts throughout the hospital.
Daryl was found by a local couple during a snowstorm in 2016. In extremely rough shape, Dr. Mordasky wasn't sure that he would survive through his ordeal. He weighed only four pounds and suffered from frostbite on his tail and ears. Several days following his initial admission he also coughed up a piece of metal, which we believe he was trying to eat because he was so hungry. Dr. M also chose the name Daryl from her love of the AMC show The Walking Dead, appropriate considering the shape he was in. Since then, Daryl has become the icon of the hospital, greeting clients and patients at the door and making sure everyone knows who's really in charge at HVH.
Pepper came to us at the end of 2017, found in rough shape by a Hebron resident. Incredibly sweet and incredibly friendly, Pepper bounced back and felt right at home in the hospital. He enjoys staying in the back where he can meow at the staff and receive lots of love.
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