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 Owing Mills, Maryland with his two dogs, Ryker and Lucy. In his spare time he volunteers at the Maryland SPCA. A fun fact about Steven is that he has a degree in music and loves to sing!
Paula has over 29 years of animal experience and is currently a Veterinary Technician at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. Her education includes attending Kirkley Hall College in England, and the Institute of Biology in 1999. Since 2009, she has been a Veterinary Technician in the United States. She is certified in Dog Grooming, Diary Farming and Exotic Species. Her areas of professional interest include dentals and dental x-rays. A fun fact about Paula is that she lived and worked on a sheep farm for 6 years with over 6,000 sheep!
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 three children and two dogs.
Melissa is an enthusiastic Veterinary Technician at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. Since Melissa was young, she had a strong love for animals and knew helping them would be her calling. Working in the veterinary field since 2009, she has learned everything she knows about veterinary medicine on site at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. She was born and raised in Brooklyn Park, and currently resides there with her Pitt Mix, Roo, Pittbull, Eeyore, Chihuaua, Twiddy, and Cat, Savage Sally.
Leah is a Veterinary Technician at Stevenson Village Animal Hospital. She attended the University of Vermont for Animal Science & Pre-Veterinary Medicine and received clinical training at Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital and The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. With an abundant passion for animals, Leah has always known she wanted to work with animals especially in a small companion hospital setting. Leah is originally from Baltimore, and currently lives in the Canton neighborhood. She loves happy dogs that like to cuddle and volunteers at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital in her free time.
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!
Bio coming soon!Keyana is a receptionist at Stevenson Village Veterinary Hospital and is currently studying interior design at Baltimore Community College. After living on a farm and having a rescue dog as a pet, she knew she was destined to work with animals. She volunteered at MDSCPA for three years and is a pet sitter during the week. She began working in the veterinary field in 2020 and loves all of the pets she encounters while at work. She is even taking some DVM classes in January to further her veterinary knowledge!
She shares her home in Baltimore with with a 78-pound Pit Bull named Gus who she says is as funny and playful as his mom. She has a soft spot for Labs, Pit Bulls, and cats of all kinds. She is a reptile lover as well. Outside of the hospital, Keyana enjoys reading, yoga, listening to music, painting, and swimming.
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Located on E Sudbrook Lane between Reisterstown Road and Park Heights Avenue. Directly across the street from The Suburban Club.