Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Nechama(Nicki) Bloom, DVM
Dr. Nikki Bloom is thrilled to be caringly treating animals at The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic! She graduated from the inaugural class at Midwestern University near the top of her class in 2018. She loves treating dogs and cats with a focus on preventative medicine. It is her goal to work with each client individually to develop the best possible treatment plan for them and their pets. Dr. Bloom is originally from San Diego, CA. Her love of animals and nature started early, and she spent her childhood alternating between the San Diego Zoo, Sea World and the Wild Animal Park. Dr. Bloom studied Animal Sciences at Rutgers University in New Jersey and moved to Phoenix to attend veterinary School at Midwestern University. In her spare time, she enjoys swimming, yoga, rock climbing, watching movies, and spending time with her husband, new baby, 2 dogs, and tortoise!
Dr. Rian Calugcugan, DVM
Dr. Rian Calugcugan (“Cal”) was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. He moved to Honolulu, Hawai’i to pursue a B.A. in Biology and a B.A. in Philippine Literature & Language at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. He loved the culture and people so much that he decided to live on the island after graduation. He worked as a veterinary assistant at VCA Kaneohe and volunteered on his free time at the Honolulu Zoo Animal Clinic. Dr. Cal left the islands to earn his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Washington State University and graduated in May 2015. After graduation, he went to Phoenix, Arizona and completed a small animal rotating internship in surgery and medicine. He worked in emergency medicine in the Pacific Northwest, before moving back to Phoenix. Dr. Cal is excited to be back in the Southwest and to be a part of the ER team of The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic. His special interests include surgery, emergency & critical care, and wound repair. On his free days, Dr. Cal enjoys playing volleyball, hiking, snorkeling, surfing, and photography. He lives with his two dogs, Kanani, a pit bull, and Kukui, a crazy pug.
Dr. Rowena D’Monte, DVM
Dr. D’Monte grew up in India and decided that she wanted to become a Veterinarian as a young child because her family could not afford to pay for the vet bills for all of her pets. She graduated from Washington State University in 1984, and has worked with The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic since it’s beginning in 2005. She has many pets including 4 dogs, 2 cats, a snake, a rabbit, a tortoise, and an iguana. She has a special interest in alternative medicine and therapies such as cold laser, chiropractic and acupuncture. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, eating out, watching movies and eating cotton candy.
Dr. Daniel Fonza, DVM
Dr. Dan Fonza was born in Illinois but has spent most of his life growing up in Arizona. Dr. Fonza attended veterinary school at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at The University of Edinburgh in Scotland and received his DVM in 2013 to practice veterinary medicine. Apart from general dentistry and soft tissue surgeries, Dr. Fonza has been heavily trained in Endoscopy. He thoroughly enjoys endoscopic procedures such as foreign body retrieval from the GI tract, rhinoscopy, endoscopic biopsies, cystoscopy and otoscopy. Dr. Fonza is available for endoscopic referral appointments on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. In his spare time, he enjoys lightning photography, skiing, hiking, camping, scuba diving and spending time with his wife and two beautiful kids.
Dr. Erin Greenwood, DVM
Dr. Greenwood is an Arizona native. After completing a bachelor degree in Animal Sciences from the University of Arizona she moved to the White Mountains where she met her husband, Willie. She attended Ross University on the beautiful island of St. Kitts, then one year at Louisiana State University. She has a love for all animals both big and small and currently has one dog that is a mixed breed named Mae. In her free time she can be found watching her step daughter and step son play their respective sports, or in the mountains fishing, camping, or skiing.
Dr. Logan Hille, DVM
Dr. Logan Hille was born in Pasadena, CA and was raised in Gilbert, AZ. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science from the University of Arizona and his DVM degree from Colorado State University. After graduating from CSU, he started his veterinary career in Dallas, TX. He moved back to Arizona in 2019 to be closer to friends and family and is very happy to be home! His passion is emergency medicine, but also enjoys surgery, neurology, and cardiology. He has two dogs, Rory and Lincoln, who he loves dearly. He enjoys golfing, hanging out with friends and family, and kickboxing!
Dr. Theresa Horsley, DVM
Dr. Horsley grew up in Illinois and Rome, Italy as a young child. She graduated from Benedictine University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with an emphasis on Animal Science and Mathematics. Following, graduation, she graduated from St. George’s University Veterinary School on the island of Grenada. Her passion is for all creatures great and small, which started during her research with Butterflies and Moths. In her spare time, she coordinates Murder Mystery dinners and board games. She currently has 2 cats, 1 rabbit, a ball python and a Beta fish.
Dr. Samuel Kerby, DVM
Dr. Kerby grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and attended Coe College in Iowa for undergrad before obtaining his DVM at Washington State University in May 2018. After 8 years away, he decided to return to the southwest for some sunshine and warm weather after all the rain and snow. He has been working in a vet clinic since he was in 9th grade, and has done everything from cleaning kennels and reception, all the way to becoming a Veterinarian. Dr. Kerby has special interest in soft tissue surgery, emergency and critical care, dermatology, low stress feline handling, and any Corgi that is seen in our clinic! On his days off Dr. Kerby enjoys hiking, tennis, cooking, golf, and gaming.
Dr. William J. Langhofer, DVM
Dr. Langhofer grew up in Indiana as the son of a veterinarian. He graduated from Purdue University in 1998, as the youngest veterinarian in the nation. He works closely with many species of exotic pets, and is very interested in holistic medicine in dogs and cats. He and his wife have a beautiful daughter and 2 sons. His pets at home include 3 dogs, 2 cats, 3 birds, and a desert tortoise. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, spicy food, and is an avid whitewater kayaker.
Dr. Erica Ou, DVM
Dr. Erica Ou was born and raised in Guangzhou, China. She came to United Stated in 2010 with a dream of becoming a Veterinarian. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science at the University of Arizona and moved to Phoenix to pursue her DVM degree. She graduated from Midwestern University Veterinary College in May 2019, mostly focused on small animals. She took an oath to use her scientific knowledge and skills for the benefit of society through the protection of animal health, the relief of animal suffering and the conservation of animal resources and the promotion of public health. She believes the best way to provide the professional care for animals is through working closely with their family. She is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. She has one cat named Hooba. Hooba was one of the orphan kittens found in Tucson in 2014, they become each other’s best study buddy, sleeping buddy and playing buddy.
Dr. Hailey Magnussen, DVM
Dr. Hailey Magnussen was born in Southern California but grew up in Arizona and attended Arizona State University for her undergrad. She worked as a veterinary technician at The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic before going to veterinary school at Colorado State University. She worked in the surgery department and critical care unit at CSU throughout vet school, and developed a passion for soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine, as well as preventative care. Although she loved the beautiful hiking and winter activities Colorado had to offer, she is excited to be back in Arizona! She has a dog, Rocco, and a cat, Spunky. In her free time, she enjoys camping, spending time with her family, hiking, and cooking.
Dr. Erin McGee, DVM
Dr. Erin McGee is originally from Colorado and she lived her teenage years on 10 acres outside of Parker with horses, goats, chickens, dogs, cats, companion birds, and a pet potbellied pig. After high school, she moved around and eventually settled with her family in Greeley, CO. She rescued and hand-raised companion birds, and shared her home with her dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, duck, turkeys, and a turtle. She graduated from UNCO with a Bachelor’s Degree in Cellular Molecular Biology. She then moved to Phoenix with her three children to attend veterinary school at Midwestern University and graduated in 2019. During her time at MWU she worked part time as a veterinary assistant, enjoyed helping her community through mobile clinics, TNR (trap, neuter, release), and the veterinary fraternity Omega Tau Sigma. Her greatest interests are in pathology, internal medicine, emergency medicine, exotic and mixed practice medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys camping and hiking in the mountains. She also loves gardening, painting, biking, fishing, playing her violin, and anything that allows her to be outside and active!
Dr. Eric Roberts, DVM
Dr. Eric Roberts joined our TSVC family in 2018! Eric was born and raised in Seal Beach, CA and also lived in New Zealand for a few years! He attended the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts, and graduated with his Doctorate in 2001. He practiced for 17 years at All Creatures Animal Clinic in Phoenix, AZ for 17 years. He enjoys spending time with his 165-pound Leonburger, Franklin, and also has a chihuahua named Lexi, 4 cats, and a pond full of koi fish at home. In his spare time, he enjoys water sports of all sorts, especially wakeboarding, surfing, and scuba diving. He works in the summer as an Ocean Life Guard at Seal Beach, CA, so stop by and see him at the beach when on vacation!
Dr. Nicole Winterwood, DVM
Dr. Winterwood grew up in Dubuque, Iowa and attended undergrad at University of Iowa. She worked as a research technician, studying cancer and cell biology before going to vet school at Iowa State University. She moved to Arizona after graduation to begin a rotating internship at a 24 hour emergency specialty hospital before joining us here at TSVC. Dr. Winterwood has a special interest in zoo medicine, particularly with big cats, and has spent a lot of time working in zoos and with wildlife abroad. At home she has 3 cats and is looking to adopt a greyhound soon. In her spare time, Dr. Winterwood enjoys running, watching scary movies, and spending time with friends.
Veterinary Specialist Services Available
We have relationships with a number of independent veterinary specialists that offer their services to our clients out of our hospital. Please call us to set up an appointment if you are in need of any specialist services.
Christopher Paige MS, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Valley Veterinary Cardiology: The veterinary cardiologist behind our mobile services is Dr. Christopher Paige. Chris has been working in the field for more than 10 years but has had a passion for animals all of his life. Dr. Paige is board-certified in Cardiology by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). For more than nine years, he has worked in private specialty practices in Mesa, Phoenix, and Flagstaff, Arizona, offering full, interventional cardiology service. In 2012, Dr. Paige was recruited into cardiovascular research at a world-renowned human medical device company. He also served as Chair of the ACVIM Residency Training Committee and is Adjunct Faculty at Midwestern School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2014, he founded Veterinary Specialists of Northern Arizona to provide cardiology services to the Flagstaff, Cottonwood, Campe Verde, Sedona and surrounding areas. He opened Valley Veterinary Cardiology in August 2016 to offer the Valley’s first cardiology specific practice dedicated to patient, client and primary care veterinarian support. In his free time, Dr. Paige enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, as well as their family pets. He also likes to hike, run, mountain bike and downhill ski.
Dr. Jason M. Eberhardt DVM, MS, DACVIM (Internal Medicine)
Dr. Eberhardt grew up in Phoenix and attended both high school and undergrad in the Valley. After graduating from veterinary school at Colorado State University, he completed an internship at The Ohio State University and an internal medicine residency at the University of Missouri. During his residency, he also graduated with a master’s degree after completing a thesis based upon novel therapies in feline asthma. He became a diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2010. After his residency, Dr. Eberhardt moved back to Phoenix and was in private specialty practice for four years. In February 2014, he became one of the earliest faculty members at the new College of Veterinary Medicine at Midwestern University. He served in many capacities at Midwestern University, including two and a half years as the Director of the Companion Animal Clinic. He is currently an adjunct faculty member at Midwestern University. Dr. Eberhardt has returned to private practice with a renewed love for working directly with pets and their owners.
Dr. Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB, Veterinary Behaviorist (Telemedicine Only)
Dr. Lisa Radosta, a board-certified veterinary behaviorist in Florida, can do doctor-to-doctor telemedicine behavior consultation for your pet. An examination would be performed with The Scottsdale Veterinary Clinic to consult with one of our doctors, and then they would provide all information to Dr. Radosta. Dr. Radosta would then provide an assessment report, behavior diagnosis list, and initial treatment plan recommendations to our veterinarians, who then would work with you to implement the plan with you and your pet. “Click here” to find out more about Dr. Radosta! Dr. Radosta graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. After completing an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Coral Springs Animal Hospital, she worked as a primary care veterinarian for 2 1/2 years. She completed a 3-year residency in Behavioral Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in 2006 and passed the board examination later that year. During her residency, she was awarded the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists Resident research award two years in a row. She has owned Florida Veterinary Behavior Service since 2007. Dr. Radosta has participated in tracking, obedience, herding and therapy dog work with personal dogs–always Rottweilers. Currently, she shares her life with a wonderful husband, Scott and her daughter, Isabella as well as Maverick, her Labrador Retriever and Chewie her cat.