Dr. Bartholomew is a native of Salt Lake City. She is a graduate of Westminster College and received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1998. She is a very caring and talented doctor in medicine and surgery who enjoys the challenges of emergency animal care as well as routine wellness care. Dr. Bartholomew has a brown pit boxer cross named Carmen. Carmen was a rescue adoption. She enjoys hiking, camping, skiing, fly fishing and spending time with her family. Dr. Bartholomew enjoys working with people and their pets and always has a kind word for all.
Katie Domann DVM
I am originally from Wisconsin and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Veterinary School. After practicing in Wisconsin for a few years, my husband and I moved to beautiful Salt Lake City in 1996. I have been at Hillside Veterinary Hospital for 5 ½ years. My special interests include behavioral medicine and internal medicine. One of my favorite things about what I do is being a part of the very special human animal bond; I feel privileged being able to play a part in my clients’ relationships with their pets. Outside of work I enjoy hiking, camping and skiing with my husband and our son. My Dachshund, Buster, is not an avid hiker however enjoys his early morning walks with me. His primary job is keeping order in our household as all good Dachshunds should!
Melissa Vetter VMD
Dr. Vetter graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterniary Medicine in 2010. She practiced small animal medicine for two years in Baltimore, MD before journeying to Salt Lake City in 2012. Dr. Vetter joined our team at Hillside Veterinary Hospital in January of 2015. Before becoming a veterinarian, she worked in quality control in the pharmceutical industry. During this time, she also volunteered at an aquarium working with penguins. She realized that caring for the health and well-being of animals was her true passion, and she decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Being a feline parent herself, Dr. Vetter understands the deep connection between pets and their people, and always strives to provide the best and most compassionage care. She is a member in good standing with the AVMA. In addition, she has a special interest in aquarium medicine and the rescue and rehabilitation of aquatic animals. In her free time Dr. Vetter prefers to be outdoors, enjoying the fresh air and appreciating the natural beauty of Utah. She especially likes to hike, canoe, and camp.
Katrina Easton DVM
Dr. Easton grew up in Salt Lake City. She graduated from Stanford University with a BS in Biology and later recieved her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and PhD from Colorado State University. She joined our team here at Hillside Veterinary Hospital in 2014 after working for a few years in Australia. Her special interests include surgery, preventive medicine, and musculoskeletal diseases. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, kayaking, hiking, camping, snowshoeing, and cooking.
Other team members
She has been a part of our team for 14 years. She has two dogs named Patty and Rita; six cats Ezie, Herman, Chess, Alice, Chickey, Jupiter; and a turtle names Cylde. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is the great care we get to give to our patient's and all the great clients.
She has been a part of our team for 8 years. She has a dog named Odin; two cats named Battle Cat and The Dude. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is having the oppotunity to care for the patients, and building relationships with clients.
She has been a part of our team for 29 years. She has a dog name Henry who comes to work with her everyday! Her favorite part of working at Hillside is caring for all the animals.
She has been a part of our team for 2 years. She has two dogs name Naomi and Dutch, and one cat named Sassy. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is providing the best patient care possible.
She has been a part of our team for 1 year. She has two dogs named Reggie and Frankie; three cats named Loki, Wednesday, and Tabitha; and two rats named Merideth and Charlotte. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is working with the clients and animals to improve their lives.
He has been a part of our team for 2 years. He has a dog named Huxley and a cat named Figaro. His favorite part of working at Hillside is the joy of working with people he admires and looks up to, working in a place that encourages questions and inspires him to learn more and he enjoys spending time helping others outside his species live happy and healthy lives.
She has been a part of our team for going on 5 years.
She has been a part of our team for 5 years. She has a dog named Riley. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is getting to know the clients, and their pets.
She has been a part of our team for 6 months. She has a dog named Max. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is that we get to know our clients and genuinely are concerned for them, and that even when we have a crazy schedule the doctors always try to fit in as many patients as possible.
She has been a part of our team for a few months. She has a dog named Whiskey. Her favorite part of working at Hillside is getting to see new puppies and kittens, and building relationships with clients and their pets.
Hospital Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00AM to 5:30PM
Saturday 8:00AM to 12:00PM
(7:00AM early pet "drop-offs" available for your convenience!)
If your pet is in need of emergency care after hours, call our main hospital line for a 24-hour medical emergency service provider 801-943-2154
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