Denise L. Cudiamat, DVMMedical Director / Managing DVM
Dr. Denise graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University and in 2009 graduated from the University Of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She has served as Chief of Staff Veterinarian, Director of Development and Associate Veterinarian at small animal practices and is an experienced medical and surgical practitioner in wellness, intensive care and emergencies. She is passionate about quality medicine and engaging her team, and has Fear Free Certification. She loves coaching her veterinary team to discover the best possible version of themselves while caring for pets and their families. Dr. Denise is an active Christian, volunteering in her church and community as well as veterinary mission trips abroad with her husband and two young sons. They share their home with their cat Tom, and a hound dog Dolly.
Jackie L. Hasson, DVMAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Jackie is a Cornell University graduate, a 1996 graduate of the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and brings years of experience in small animal medicine and surgery. Her special interest is dentistry and oral surgery, having completed advanced training in dental local anesthesia, periodontal and oral surgery and extraction techniques. Dr. Jackie is Fear Free Certified. In her free time she enjoys traveling, hiking, biking, skiing and spending time with her husband and three children. They share their home with an American Eskimo Dog Sotla, and two cats Hunter and Caspur.
Megan C. Gramhofer, DVMAssociate Veterinarian
Dr. Megan grew up in Northwest Indiana, graduating from St. Joseph’s College in 2016, and the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. She understands the bond we have with our loving animals and strives to provide the best medical care for your pet. Dr. Megan is Fear Free Certified and is passionate about minimizing stress whenever possible for your pet. Her special interests include preventative medicine, ophthalmology, and exotic animal medicine. As an active Christian, she’s been on four veterinary mission trips to Nicaragua. Dr. Megan has a beagle named Alice, a snake named Ciara, and two cats named Harrison and Walter. In her free time she enjoys walks with her dog, biking, traveling, knitting, and reading.