APVES ER Doctors

Dr. Elizabeth HuweDr. Elizabeth Huwe received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University in 2006.  In 2007 she completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Encina Veterinary Hospital and East Bay Veterinary Specialists in Walnut Creek, California.  Her professional interests include critical care and pain management and she is a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.  When not at work she enjoys spending time restoring her historic home (aka the semi-rotten farm house), sewing, and science fiction in all its forms.

 

 

Dr. Holly PowersDr. Holly Powers grew up in Lancaster, PA where she was always surrounded by animals and nature. She went on to the University of Delaware (Go Blue Hens!) and received her B.S. in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Animal Biosciences in 2012. Later that summer she began veterinary school at The University of Pennsylvania, College of Veterinary Medicine where she developed a strong interest in emergency and critical care medicine. After graduating in 2016, she completed a small animal rotating internship at The Regional Veterinary Referral Center in Springfield, VA. Her professional interests include emergency surgical conditions, trauma and neurologic cases. She recently moved to the Southern Maryland area and is looking forward too many days outdoors, by the bay with her significant other and their two Labradors, Ying and Yang.

 

Dr. Kelly StocktonDr. Kelly Stockton received her doctorate from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, Va. Growing up, she was always a caretaker of animals, but it was her experience working as a veterinary technician that convinced her to become a veterinarian. She comes with many years of emergency medic experience; her clinical interest includes traumatic injuries, toxicities, metabolic diseases, pain management and treating urethral obstructions. She loves the immediacy and variety of cases seen in emergency medicine. When she is not working Dr. Stockton enjoys cross-stitching, spending time with her niece and nephew, and hanging out with her schnauzer-yorkie mix, Cricket.

 

Dr Ania LangrallDr. Ania Langrall received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007. She started veterinary work in small animal practice, developing a strong professional interest in emergency and critical care medicine. She joined the staff of APVES, working exclusively in emergency medicine, in 2010.Outside of work, Dr. Langrall enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with her two- and four-footed family. In any spare time, she can be found in her vegetable patch and orchard, attempting to convert happy chaos into a functioning hobby farm.

 

 


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IMPORTANT COVID 19 MESSAGE

During this COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our clients, patients & staff is our number one priority. Here are some additional precautions we are taking to minimize exposure. We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, thank you for your cooperation.

FOR CLIENTS SHOWING SIGNS OF ILLNESS THAT MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH COVID-19

  • Existing Appointments: We kindly ask that you call to reschedule (410-414-8250).
  • Medical Emergencies: We kindly ask that you either arrange for a healthy friend or family member to transport your pet to our hospital. If this is not possible, please remain in your vehicle and call our front desk upon arrival (410-414-8250).  A staff member will come retrieve your pet and collect all necessary information.

FOR HEALTHY CLIENTS WITH AN EXISTING APPOINTMENT OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY

  • Only one client per pet will be permitted inside our lobby and exam rooms at any given time. Please leave children at home.
  • Depending on the volume of clients in our lobby, you may be asked to return to your vehicle while your pet is waiting to be seen.
  • A staff member will direct you to either the waiting room or an exam room, please remain there. A staff member will be with you shortly.
  • Please practice “Social Distancing”. This includes appropriate hand washing, no hand shakes, and maintaining a minimum distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Clients will not be permitted in any treatment areas, including Rehab.
  • We will be limiting the amount of traffic at our front desk. You may be asked to schedule future appointments and make additional payments over the phone.
  • We will continue to allow clients to remain in exam rooms during end-of-life situations.
  • If you do not wish to enter our building or are unsure what to do, please call for instructions from a staff member (410-414-8250).

FOR HOSPITALIZED PETS

  • No personal items can be left with hospitalized pets. This includes leashes, collars/harnesses, toys, blankets, crates etc.
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MASH: 8am-6pm Monday – Friday

EMERGENCY:
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24 hrs Saturday & Sunday

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