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.
Dr. Colleen Scoda
Dr. Colleen Scoda is a native of Rochester and has been proudly treating the beloved pets of the Rochester community since 2011. She understands the value a pet brings to life and is honored to be able to care for your loved ones. That’s why she focuses on preventative medicine as the basis for superior veterinary care.
Dr. Scoda graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and completed her clinical training at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing Veterinary medicine in Rochester for the last 6 years and is excited to be able to provide care for pets in the Honeoye Falls, Livonia and surrounding areas. Dr. Scoda maintains active memberships in the American Veterinary Association and New Your State Veterinary Medical Association.
While not helping animals, Colleen enjoys running, reading, as well as traveling and hiking with her husband. She has a miniature dachshund, Eugene, who has traveled the world with her and a Caribbean cat, Emma, who is happy with her US home so long as there is a fire to curl up next to. In her free time, she enjoys giving back to the community as an active member of The Junior League of Rochester.
Dr. Hillary Wentworth
Dr. Wentworth comes to us after practicing emergency medicine in California. She earned her BS degree from SUNY Geneseo, and her DVM from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interests are critical care, surgery and geriatric/hospice care. Adding to her diverse experiences working as a small animal clinician and surgeon, Dr. Wentworth has had experience in grief counseling.
While not helping animals, Hillary enjoys hiking with her dogs Nina and Pug, while her cat, Polly Esther, stays home. Cooking, making pottery and horseback riding are other activities for her days away from the veterinary hospital.
Dr. Wentworth is returning to New York to be closer to family and friends, and to pursue general veterinary practice, rather than urgent care. She hopes that her experience here will allow her to form longer relationships with her patients and clients. She tells us, “I enjoy truly getting to know the families of my patients and maximizing their pets’ happiness and comfort at all stages of their lives.” We are very excited to have Hillary on board!
Dr. Jeff Jamison
Dr. Jeff Jamison completed a two year residency at the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph after obtaining his DVM degree from Cornell University. He remained on staff where he managed cases referred by other veterinarians, taught veterinary students, and performed research. Dr. Jeff also completed the rigorous examination process to become certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners.
Dr. Juliea McCall
Dr. Juliea McCall is a graduate of Western University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pamona, California. She has practiced as an associate in both small animal and equine veterinary clinics. Dr. McCall received training at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. She is certified in both acupuncture and chiropractic’s. Dr. McCall maintains active memberships in the American Veterinary Association, and is an accredited USDA Veterinarian.
In her spare time, Dr. McCall enjoys hiking, riding, and travel. She tutors adult learners of English as a second language through the Literacy Volunteers of Rochester program.
We are very excited to have her on board! If you are interested in learning more about Dr. McCall’s approach to alternative and holistic medicine at our hospitals, please feel free browse her personal website at www.vetsportsmed.info.
Dr. Karin Boyd
Education: The Ohio State University
Dr. Karin Boyd, an alumnus of The Ohio State University, joined Livonia Veterinary Hospital in 1992, after practicing for several years in Binghamton, N.Y. She has extensive experience in small animal medicine and oral surgery, as well as an ongoing interest in obedience training and animal behavior.
In addition to her horse, multiple cats and Golden Retrievers, Dr. Karin breeds Long Haired Dachshunds. She actively competes in agility and field trials, and her Dachshund “Razzle” was featured on the cover of international agility magazine Clean Run in 2008! Besides being “mom” to her animals, she is also mom to a son. When not parenting kids and pets, she can be found outdoors in her extensive perennial gardens.