Michael McCammon, DVM & Pamela Richard, DVM
Dr. Michael McCammon is originally from Indiana and holds an undergraduate degree in Life Sciences from Indiana State University. His areas of professional interest include, but are not limited to, internal medicine, general surgery, ophthalmology and veterinary dental therapy.
Dr. Pamela Richard, a Massachusetts native, earned her undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Massachusetts. Her areas of professional interest include, but are not limited to, internal medicine, general surgery, animal behavior problems and critical care.
Eileen Fisher, VMD
Dr. Eileen Fisher, who grew up in North Central Massachusetts, joined the Lockridge Animal Hospital team in July 2006. She earned a bachelor degree in Biology from Tufts University and received a Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris (VMD) degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. She has practiced veterinary medicine in the Boston area for over a decade.
Dr. Fisher's professional areas of interest include internal medicine, geriatric and feline medicine as well as general veterinary care.
Krystyna Hinz, DVM
Dr. Krystyna Hinz grew up in Massachusetts and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Zoology from the University of New Hampshire in 2003. After graduation she worked several years as a veterinary nurse in Belmont, MA. In 2012, she earned a DVM degree from the University of Minnesota. She went on to work as an associate veterinarian for a year in Presque Isle, ME and the last few years in Boston. There she provided general health, surgical and emergency care to dogs, cats, and the occasional exotic animal.
Dr. Hinz has a special interest in veterinary dentistry, pain management and behavior.
Jennifer Edwards, DVM
Dr. Edwards graduated with her B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech in 1992 and later earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She spent two years in Northern Virginia before moving to New Hampshire in 2000. She spent her first two years in NH doing relief work, which gave her the unique opportunity to work in many practices and learn many ways of doing things. She then spent five years working in a practice where she gained valuable medical and surgical experience.