Dr. Colleen Scoda
Dr. Colleen Scoda graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Becoming a veterinarian was a lifelong dream of hers. She understands the value a pet brings to life and is inspired every day to learn and grow in order to provide the best care possible for her patients.
Dr. Scoda believes that preventative care is the basis of superior veterinary care. She takes a special interest in not only wellness care, dentistry and surgery but also end of life and palliative care for her patients. She maintains active memberships in the American Veterinary Medical Association, New York State Veterinary Medical Association, and American Animal Hospital Association. She enjoys being involved in the community through volunteer and outreach activities and is a member of The Junior League of Rochester.
When not caring for her patients, Dr Scoda enjoys yoga, running, reading, as well as traveling and hiking with her husband. They share their home with two Miniature Dachshunds and a Caribbean Kitty. Her oldest, Eugene, has been with her from undergrad college, marriage and vet school from start to finish. He has traveled the world with her and spends every day curled in a comfy bed under her desk. He was joined by Emma, The Caribbean kitty, when Dr. Scoda rescued her while in veterinary school. You can often find Emma seeking heat and reminiscing about her life under the Caribbean sun. Three years ago, Hamilton, their youngest miniature dachshund joined the clan. He loves to be outdoors and garden with his dad and can often be found hiking and cross country skiing with both of his parents.
Dr. Beth Jamison
Education: Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph
Dr. Beth Jamison, in addition to her four year veterinary degree from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph, has a doctoral degree in clinical pathology. This greatly enhances the hospital’s ability to diagnose and manage unusual and difficult cases. In addition, Dr. Beth routinely performs diagnostic ultrasound and cytology, the latter often on a referral basis from other veterinarians.
Both doctors’ additional years of advanced training have created the foundation for a commitment to excellence in veterinary care. On a personal note, the Jamisons are breeders of warm blood horses and Scottish Deerhounds. Along with their three children, they are frequent windsurfers and downhill skiers.