Romina Cohen, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Romina Cohen, our Chief of Staff, grew up in Chile and currently resides in Winchester, Virginia. She received an undergraduate degree and earned a DVM degree from the University of Chile. Prior to joining the Inwood Animal Center team, Dr. Cohen owned her own practice in Chile and practiced at different locations throughout Washington, D.C. and Virginia. Her special interests include ultrasound, pain management, acupuncture, small animal medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Cohen enjoys Pilates, biking, yoga, and going to Nationals baseball games with her family. She also has one dog, a wire fox terrier, named Sammy, a Persian cat, named Starfire, and a tabby cat, named Sanchez.
Karen Davenport, DVM
Dr. Karen Davenport has been with us for many years as a part-time veterinarian. She graduated from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Her special interests include acupuncture for animals and she enjoys talking with owners about the care of their pets.
Dr. Davenport lives in Clarke County with her husband and two children. She also shares her home with several animals of her own, including multiple dogs, cats, and horses.
Susan Harper, DVM
Dr. Susan Harper became a part of the Big Spring Animal Hospital team in 2006, on a part-time basis. She graduated with a DVM degree from Louisiana State University in 1999. Dr. Harper has since obtained Board Certifications in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Veterinary Preventive Medicine.
Alicia Pownall, DVM
Dr. Alicia Pownall grew up and currently resides in Martinsburg, West Virginia. She received an undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and earned her DVM degree from Mississippi State University. Her special interests include surgery, rehab, and geriatrics.
Outside of work, Dr. Pownall enjoys crafting, reading, sharing time with family and being outdoors. She also has two dogs, a lab mix named, Eli, and a coonhound mix named, Brantley.
Jennifer Hillmann, DVM
Dr. Jennifer Hillmann grew up in Jefferson County and currently resides in Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia. She received an undergraduate degree from Otterbein College and earned her DVM degree from The Ohio State University.
In her spare time, Dr. Hillmann enjoys biking, hiking, and listening to live music. She also cares for two dogs and six cats at home.