Dr. Evan Feinberg is the owner of Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital. He was born and raised in Pikesville,MD and received his VMD degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1993. Dr. Feinberg opened Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital in 1996 to provide the area with a small, family oriented practice where people and their pets could feel like family. When not working, Dr. Feinberg enjoys spending time with his wife Kathleen and their children and cats.
Dr. Thomas Vinson is originally from Virginia Beach, VA. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Old Dominion University and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine (Virginia Tech) in 2008. After practicing for two years in Charlottesville, VA, he decided to pursue further training.
Dr. Vinson completed a rotating medicine and surgery internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialists in Atlanta, GA followed by an emergency and critical care internship at VCA Veterinary Referral Associates in Gaithersburg, MD. He remained at VCA for a second year as a staff emergency veterinarian before heading to Los Angeles where he completed a cardiology internship at Animal Specialty and Emergency Center. Dr. Vinson joined the team in 2015 and feels passionate about providing quality veterinary care for your pets. In his free time, Dr. Vinson enjoys friends and family, hiking, camping, and playing a variety of sports.
Steven Loy is the Hospital Manager of Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. He attended Penn Foster to become a Veterinary Assistant to learn more about animals and to make a difference. Steven currently lives in Owings Mills, Maryland with his three dogs, Ryker, Channah and Corduroy. In his spare time, he loves to go camping and volunteers at the Maryland SPCA. A fun fact about Steven is that he has a degree in music and loves to sing!
Amanda is a Veterinary Technician at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital and graduate of the Bel Rea Institute of Animal Technology. She received her Associate Degree in Applied Science of Veterinary Technology and began working in the veterinary field in 2010. Originally from Colorado, Amanda currently lives in Taneytown, Maryland with her four children, two dogs, two cats, and 10 chickens. In her free time Amanda likes to go camping, fishing and hiking.
Heidi joined the Stevenson Village team in 2020 as a Veterinary Technician. She received her Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Medical Technology from Wilson College in 2018 and completed her clinical training at Towson Veterinary Hospital. Heidi has had a passion for animals since she was young and knew from an early age that she wanted to help them by working in a medical profession. She thoroughly enjoys the puppy and kitten visits at the hospital and has a professional interest in dental orthopedics.
Originally from Baltimore, Heidi resides in Overlea with her Collie Mix, Josie. A lover of all animals, she has a soft spot of Border Collie's and Australian Shepherds. In her spare time, you can find Heidi hiking, paddle boarding, or reading.
Ryan is a Veterinary Assistant at Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital. He is currently studying at Towson University, and began working in the veterinary field in 2018 as a kennel assistant. Ryan loves working at Stevenson for the caring team of professionals and is inspired to improve the well-being of patients every day. Originally from Northern Baltimore County, he currently lives in Monkton with his Border Collie / Aussie mix dog, Indy. In his spare time he enjoys reading and watching classic movies.
Angie is a receptionist at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. A Baltimore native, she received her Bachelors of Science at Towson University. She loves seeing all the different pets that visit Stevenson Village Animal Hospital, and especially gets excited about Pitbulls – even after almost 20 years of working in the veterinary field! Angie shares a home with her spouse, Jeff, two Pitbulls and four cats. Fun Fact: She played trumpet for 14 seasons with the Marching Ravens!
Kayla Joined the SVVH team of receptionists in June of 2020. She has been in the vet field for 7 years. She is originally from Baltimore, and grew up in Southern Maryland. Kayla loves being the voice of the pets that cannot speak, and the best part of her job is watching the changes of the pets, whether it be sick animals healing, or puppies growing up! She lives in Brooklyn with her cat named Trigger, and ger Cane Corso named Rhea. When she is not in the clinic you can catch Kayla spending as much time outdoors fishing or hiking.
Shelby is a Vet Assistant at Stevenson Village Vet Hospital. She was born and raised in Baltimore Maryland. In her senior year of high school she interned with us at the clinic and fell in love with the work. She has always had a love for animals, so she decided to work in the field. Shelby currently attends McDaniel college and is planning to graduate in 2023. In her free time she enjoys watching Netflix with her 2 dogs Heath and Maisy.
Kayla joined the SVVH family of receptionist in October of 2020. She came from the restaurant world, but always wanted to be involved with animals. Kayla lives in Hartford County, MD with her 2 dogs, Skylar, a Border Collie mix, and Boh, a Vizsla mix. Kayla loves spending time outdoors and loves it even more if the dogs can join in the fun!
Stacey joined the team of technicians at SVVH in 2021. She joined the team because she loves being the voice for those who cannot speak. She lives in Baltimore County with her 2 kids, 1 horse, 2 dogs, and 5 cats.
Jason joined the team of Technicians at SVVH in June 2021. He received his bachelor’s degree from Penn State in Toxicology and is currently a CBRN specialist for the United States Army. Jason loves working with the clients and educating them. He lives in Baltimore with his fiancé and their new mix breed puppy named Frankie. In his free time, he loves finding new places to eat, hiking, exploring national parks and hanging out with his friends.
Ely Join the team of receptionists at SVVH in June of 2021. Ely Has always been an animal lover and after volunteering as a receptionist for another veterinary clinic, she decided to pursue a more permanent position in vet care. Ely is originally from Phoenix, AZ and currently lives in Parkville, MD. She has three fur babies; two cats and one dog that she enjoys cuddling with in her spare time. When not working or hanging out with her pets, she likes to read, make origami, and travel.
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Located on E Sudbrook Lane between Reisterstown Road and Park Heights Avenue. Directly across the street from The Suburban Club.