Dr. Carolyn Evans is co-owner of Quioccasin Veterinary Hospital. Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Evans earned her Bachelor of Science degree from University of Richmond and her Masters of Science degree in Biology from Virginia Commonwealth University. After the completion of these degrees, Dr. Evans enjoyed the opportunity to teach high school Biology and Chemistry. It was her experience as a teacher as well as her love for animals that enables Dr. Evans to balance quality veterinary medicine with strong client communication. Dr. Evans received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Medicine (Virginia Tech) in 1995. Dr. Evans volunteers her time with several organizations around the Richmond area including serving on the medical advisory board for the Hermitage Technical Veterinary Assistant Program. Dr. Evans has a special interest in senior health care. She enjoys working with this soulful group of patients and educating their owners about their pets aging issues. Other medical areas of interest include feline medicine and dermatology.
When not in the office, Dr. Evans enjoys gardening, spending time at the beach and playing with her dogs, Mavis, Flip Flop and Peju!
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Dr. Randy Mortimer is co-owner of Quioccasin Veterinarian hospital and a native Richmonder who graduated from Douglas Freeman High School. Dr. Mortimer earned his undergraduate degree from North Carolina State University and his Veterinary degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. His affiliation with Quioccasin Veterinary Hospital started in 1990 when he began working as a veterinary assistant during the summer breaks from college and veterinary school. Dr. Mortimer’s experience includes ultrasound, endoscopy, and exotic animal medicine. Dr. Mortimer spends time volunteering at local elementary schools educating students about veterinary medicine. In his free time, Dr. Mortimer enjoys soccer, fishing, golfing, and spending time with his wife, two daughters, and pets.
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Dr. Hiser, a native Richmonder, developed her love of animals at a young age. She attended Freeman High School, earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Virginia, and her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Hiser worked as a veterinary assistant here during her summer breaks while attending veterinary school. In 2009 Dr. Hiser earned her canine rehabilitation therapy certification from the University of Tennessee. Dr. Hiser works closely with SEVA Greeat, a non-profit organization aimed at rescuing and placing Golden Retrievers in loving homes. Her medical interests include ultrasound, ophthalmology, and internal medicine. She excels in communication and recognizes the importance of getting to know her clients and their pets. In her free time, Dr. Hiser enjoys riding her horse, Maddie, spending time at the beach with friends, and going on walks with her family and dog, Otis. Email:[email protected]
Dr. Wigley is originally from the eastern shore of Maryland and becameinterested in veterinary medicine after developing a close bond with hischildhood dog, a lab-mix named Jessie. He earned his Bachelor of Sciencedegree from Duke University in 2013 and his Doctor of VeterinaryMedicine degree from the Virginia-Maryland College of VeterinaryMedicine in 2017. Dr. Wigley holds the human-animal bond in the highestregard, and hopes to help his clients preserve this bond through hiswork at Quioccasin. His professional interests include internalmedicine, neurology, dermatology, and preventative medicine. Once amonth Dr. Wigley volunteers with Operation Catnip, a trap-neuter-returnorganization that helps reduce the overpopulation of feral and straycats by spaying and neutering. Outside of work, Dr. Wigley enjoysplaying soccer and lacrosse, running, watching Duke basketball, spendingtime with family and friends, and playing with his yellow lab Camie.
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