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Meet the friendly staff at Halifax Veterinary Center!

  • Dr.
    Kathleen Bartos

    Kathleen D. Bartos M.S., D.V.M. received her B.S. degree in zoology from Duke University and her M.S. in veterinary physiology from the University of Florida before attending veterinary school. She completed her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) degree at the University of Florida in 1986.

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  • Dr.
    Kristin Harrison

    Kristin M. Harrison, D.V.M. received her B.S. degree in Animal Science from the University of Florida and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.

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  • Allyson Corwin, MBA
    Practice Manager

    Hi and welcome to HVC! I have been in this position for 2 years now (been at HVC for almost 8 years) and it has been the most rewarding, yet challenging position. I am always happy to help our staff, our clients and of course, our patients. I am a happily married mom of 2 kids (Elizabeth and Lucas), 2 dogs (Bella and Colonel) and 2 cats (Bo and Misty). I enjoy reading, spending time with my family, going to Disney World, taking Ballet lessons and learning about everything I can. Welcome to our Family!

  • Sue Bennett
    Lead Client Services Representative

    Sue has been at our front desk for 2.5 years. HVC is the first veterinary hospital she has ever worked in. She came to us from New Jersey, where she worked 30 years in the legal field. Sue and her husband have a daughter and one 'dawg.' Sue is a HUGE NY Rangers fan and can always guess when a patient is named after an NHL player. She always does what is best for both our clients and our patients!

  • Val Bennett
    Inventory Manager/Client Services Representative

    I am Valorie. I have been at HVC since July of 2009. I started as a receptionist and now I am the inventory manager. I have also been a client of the practice since February 1991. I currently have two Siamese cats, Mischief and Poppet. They keep my husband Al and me on our toes. We have always been dog people and know how to speak dog. Cat language is a whole different ballgame. Speaking of ball games, I am also a big Gator fan. I have just recently been introduced by my coworker Sue on the awesomeness of professional hockey. Go Rangers!