A native Richmonder, Dr. Mortimer has been affiliated with Quioccasin Veterinary since 1991. He got his veterinary degree from Va. Tech in 1998 and began practicing at Quioccasin in 2000. His interests in veterinary medicine include ultrasound, endoscopy, and surgery. His passion is developing and maintaining lifelong relationships with people and their pets. Outside of work he enjoys tennis and fishing and spending time with his wife, two daughters, and two Great Pyrenees.
Dr. Garland was born in Pearisburg, Virginia and loves exploring the mountains, rivers, streams, and oceans by paddle board or kayak.
Education: BS Biology, The College of William and Mary-1998, MS in Veterinary Medical Sciences- Biochemistry, VMRCVM-1995, DVM, VMRCVM-1998, CVA, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society-2015, Certified High Performance Institute/Brendon Burchard-2020.
Her Family: Husband, David, daughter, Rachel, dog-Paco, cats-Ozzy, Junebug, Pickle, Wilma.
Her Passion: Offering healing to both people and their pets though joyful service, Integrated Veterinary Medicine, and coaching.
Cindy Rose, Practice Manager, has over 40 years of business and customer service experience. She is very passionate not only about our patients, but also our clients. Cindy was in the catering industry before joining QVH in March of 2005. Originally from Cleveland Ohio, she moved to Richmond in March of 1987. Cindy enjoys the outdoors, kayaking, a good book, and spending time with family and friends, especially her pets Cappi & Sophie.
Dr. Alexander grew up in Mechanicsville. After high school, he attended Virginia Tech, where he earned a B.S. in Biochemistry and Nutrition in 1994. He then went on to receive his DVM in 1998 from VMRCVM in Blacksburg.
After several years in private practice in the Richmond area, he furthered his training at MCV, receiving a Master of Public Health in 2008. Returning to Blackburg, Dr. Alexander completed a Ph.D. in Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences, specializing in veterinary medical informatics in 2015. While in the Ph.D. program. he received several awards for his work related to veterinary information systems and public health research.
Dr. Alexander's current clinical interests are preventative medicine and utilizing emerging technologies to assist diagnoses and treatments in order to help pets and their families.
In his spare time, Dr. Alexander enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter, as well as playing goalie for his rec-level ice hockey team. He is an avid Virginia Tech football and basketball fan. Go, Hokies!