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Hebron Veterinary Hospital | About Us
The Hebron Veterinary Hospital has been a part of the community since 1984. Dr. Kim Mordasky purchased HVH in 2015 to continue the community tradition. With so many corporations taking over veterinary medicine in the area, she wanted local pet owners to have access to a caring family practice. She wanted HVH to provide quality care in a friendly environment where clients and pets didn’t get lost in the system.
We’ve equipped our hospital with state-of-the-art technologies for modern efficient diagnoses and treatment. Our staff works hard to make sure your pets have the quality care they deserve.
Dr. KIM MORDASKY | Veterinarian/Owner
Dr. Mordasky grew up in South Windsor. She graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2011, earning degrees in Animal Science and Pathobiology and continued her studies at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. After returning to Connecticut in 2012, she settled down in Hebron and bought Hebron Veterinary Hospital. Her professional interests include small animal surgery, ophthalmology, and internal medicine. Dr. Mordasky, her husband, sons, Doc, and 2 cats are excited to be a part of such a beautiful community.
DR. JAIME DE LEON | Associate Veterinarian
Dr. De Leon earned his veterinary medicine degree at the National University of Costa Rica. Since moving to Connecticut in 2006, he has worked as a veterinarian for 10 years, including a three-year Medical Director position. His professional interests include soft tissues, orthopedic surgery, oral surgery, and dentistry. He’s experienced in knee surgery, fracture repair, and laser therapy. Dr. DeLeon is originally from Panama and currently lives in Mansfield with his wife, three children, and three dogs.
Nancy Yale | Office Manager
Nancy has been working at HVH since 1995. She grew up in Pittsburgh PA and moved to Boston after college for 10 years. After getting married she settled in Columbia CT. She has 2 adult children and 4 rescue dogs. She was a former volunteer for Dog Gone Recovery and also a Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitator She enjoys walking with her dogs, gardening and spending time with her family.
ELIZABETH | Veterinary Technician
Liz became a veterinary technician after attending Morrisville State College for Equine Science. She enjoys veterinary dentistry and assisting with surgery. She spends her non-work time with her horses and her Chihuahua, Cabo Wabo.
ROBBIN | Receptionist
Robbin joined HVH in March of 2017. She has been a resident of Hebron for 18 years with her husband and three daughters. Robbin graduated from Clemson University with a degree in French and International Marketing, where she also originally met her husband. She loves animals and has a rescue dog, Gracie, and two cats, Smokey and Annie. She enjoys spending time with her family, sports (especially any that her girls’ play and college football), hiking, and trips to the beach.
JESSICA | Receptionist/Veterinary Assistant
Jessica became a veterinary assistant after graduating from high school. She graduated from Eastern May 2018. Outside of HVH, she runs, explores local breweries, and spends time with her dog.
STEPHANIE | Certified Veterinary Technician
Stephanie came to HVH as an intern while finishing her veterinary tech certification program through NCCC. She joined our staff full-time in 2017. She lives with her husband and their German Shepherd, Soto. In her off hours, Stephanie enjoys time with her family, hiking, running, and exploring New England.
BETH | Veterinary Technician
Beth joined our staff in 2017 after working as a veterinary technician since she was 19. Outside of HVH, she spends time with her family, and her pets Ziggy and Karma. She also runs, skis and hikes.
DARYL | Hospital Cat
Daryl was found by a local couple during a snowstorm in 2016. In extremely rough shape, Dr. Mordasky wasn’t sure that he would survive through his ordeal. He weighed only four pounds and suffered from frostbite on his tail and ears. Several days following his initial admission he also coughed up a piece of metal, which we believe he was trying to eat because he was so hungry. Dr. M also chose the name Daryl from her love of the AMC show The Walking Dead, appropriate considering the shape he was in. Since then, Daryl has become the icon of the hospital, greeting clients and patients at the door and making sure everyone knows who’s really in charge at HVH.
MAMA CAT | Hospital Cat
Mama has been living at HVH for about 12 years. She was dropped off with her litter of kittens in 2006, where the staff brought her in and helped raise her kittens. They each found their way a good home but Mama stayed right in the hospital. She was very shy at the start however after some coaxing has come around to grace clients with her presence. She’s often found napping in little hideouts throughout the hospital.