Ilea - Practice Manager

Ilea, Practice Manager

Ilea joined the HOVC team in November of 2016, with a long history of veterinary care and management. She has worked in general practices, zoo and exotic rescues, but longest termed in veterinary emergency medicine. Ilea truly enjoys providing care and comfort to all of her patients, you will often find her talking to an anxious pet instead of being in her office.

When not in the hospital, Ilea typically spends the day hiking with her family or working on home renovations. Ilea is an avid fan of the Portland Thorns FC, so if there is a home game that’s where she will be.

Allison, CVT

Allison, CVT

Allison joined the HOVC team in May 2016 to expand her knowledge of cardiac care. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician who graduated from Cal Poly Pomona in 2013 with a B.S. in Animal Health Science. She worked in general practice for two years before moving to Oregon in 2014 and taking a position alongside an Internal Medicine Specialist. Allison has always had a soft spot for animals in need, and will make every effort to share some TLC while providing the best medical treatment.

In her spare time, Allison enjoys crocheting, gardening, traveling, and hiking/camping with her husband. Allison also loves spending time with her two cats.

Jasmine, Client Care Advocate, Receptionist

Jasmine joined the HOVC team in February 2018 with more than 5 years of experience in the veterinary field. She has worked as both assistant and receptionist in general practice where she discovered her interest in the human-animal bond. She strives to ease the anxiety associated with difficult situations and takes pleasure in educating pet parents.

Outside of the clinic, Jasmine enjoys hiking, camping, and exploring all that the PNW has to offer. She also spends her time relaxing with her husband, younger sibling, cat, and dog.

Karen, CVT

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Daryl, Client Care Advocate, Receptionist

Daryl joined the HOVC team in April 2019, coming all the way from the lone star state of Texas. Growing up she had all sorts of different pets, including ball pythons, bearded dragons, eclectic parrots, Guinea pigs, dogs and cats. It seemed a natural career choice to work alongside animals, dedicated to improving their lives. Daryl graduated with honors from the Veterinary Technician Institute of Houston, and has had the opportunity to work for the University of Texas Health and Science Center, an orthopedic and surgical specialty, and small animal general practice. Daryl is excited to delve into the field of cardiology, and grow with her new team. Her goal is providing only the highest level of care possible for people and their pets. Including a warm, personable welcome to the clinic every time.
In her spare time, Daryl can be found foraging for mushrooms or observing the sea life in Oregon’s teeming tide pools with her husband, and their furry son Tamlin the Finnish Lapphund.