Dr. Stacey Hicks
Medical Director, Veterinarian
Dr. Hicks' Bio
Dr. Stacey Hicks is originally from Huntington, West Virginia. She attended Marshall University, where she received a bachelors degree in Biomedical Sciences & a minor in Chemistry. Dr. Hicks then obtained her DVM degree from The Ohio State University and has been practicing medicine in the Baltimore area ever since. Her professional interests include small animal dentistry and behavior. She is Fear Free certified and strives to make the hospital visit as pleasant as possible for all her patients. She currently has one dog, a pit mix named Miles.
Dr. Kimberly Snow
Dr. Snow's Bio
Dr. Kimberly Snow is originally from Riverside, New Jersey. She did her undergraduate work at Ursinus College, where she received a bachelor’s degree in Biology and a minor in Biostatistics. Dr. Snow earned her DVM degree from Kansas State University and is very excited to join the Harbor View Veterinary Hospital team as a full-time veterinarian. Her professional interests include feline medicine and small animal internal medicine, and she is Fear Free Certified. Dr. Snow currently has a tuxedo cat named Delta and a yellow Lab named Asher. In her spare time, she enjoys running, hiking, and spending time with her fiancé and family.
Lead Veterinary Nurse
Leah holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland School of Nursing but due to her passion for animals, she has been working as a veterinary technician for almost 20 years. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has a 15-year-old son, Gavin, who is her pride and joy. Her fur family is very large and includes her Rottweiler named Nitis and seven cats- Simba, Bullseye, Ellie, Keanie, Sapphire, Destiny, and Midge. When Leah isn’t working she enjoys watching her son play football (and the Ravens) and going to the driving range, as well as boating and beach trips.
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