Dr. Greenwood attended the University of Georgia for undergraduate studies from 1980-1984 and for her veterinary medicine degree from 1984-1988.
She moved to California in 1988, and worked at Hamilton Animal Hospital 1988 through 1991 and retuned to work with Dr. Love in 2002.
Dr. Alkofer graduated from Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. He has lived and worked all over the United States including North Dakota, Upstate New York, and Eastern Washington before moving to Southern California.
He started working at Hamilton Animal Hospital in 2004 and has a special interest in internal medicine cases and working with geriatric patients.
When not at work, Dr. Alkofer spends time at home with his wife, two children, and a varying number of cats over the years. He also enjoys traveling to new destinations with his family.
Dr. Landesfeind originally started with Hamilton Animal Hospital as a kennel attendant when she was a teenager. She continued to work here during summer breaks while she earned her bachelor's degree at the University of CA, Davis, and again when she earned her DVM at the same university. It was clear we weren't going to get rid of her easily, so when she graduated in 2007 we let her come back as a vet! She and her patient husband live with an assortment of weird little dogs, and look forward to acquiring more.
Dr. White was born and raised in Northern California. She moved to Indiana for vet school at Purdue University, and ended up in Philadelphia doing emergency medicine for 5 years before deciding the cold weather was for the birds. She moved to Orange County in 2017 where she continued work as an ER veterinarian for another 5 years. Recently, Dr. White decided to take a leap into general practice and took the job as medical director for Hamilton Animal Hospital.
In her spare time, Dr. White enjoys spending time with her fiancé (also a veterinarian), hiking with her dogs (Chase and Dora), snuggling with her cat (Kenya), working out, traveling, reading, and trying new wine and food. Despite having two dogs, she is definitely a crazy cat lady, and her love for kitties is part of what drove her to become a veterinarian.
Dr. Seers is a Southern California native who was born and raised in the South Bay and Orange County. She moved to the Midwest to complete her veterinary degree at the University of Missouri. During veterinary school, she enjoyed working in the emergency room and volunteering with the Raptor Rehabilitation Program. Dr. Seers is passionate about quality patient care and has special interests in internal medicine, urgent care, and pathology.
In her spare time, Dr. Seers enjoys spending time with family, friends, and all her fur babies (4 dogs, 4 cats, and a rabbit). Her favorite pastimes include hiking, gardening and eating good food!