Dr. Theresa L. Heibel
Dr. Theresa Heibel, DVM, has worked at Memorial Animal Hospital since 1998, and has been the owner since 2002. Originally from outside Kansas City, she graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. After graduation she went to work for an all dairy/equine practice in upstate New York. There she enjoyed the animals but soon moved on to a small animal practice in southern Ohio. It was in Ohio where she began her love of small animal surgery. After two years, she met Dr. Charles Beutel, and began to practice at what is now Memorial Animal Hospital.
Theresa and her husband, Scott have two children, Jesse and Riley. They feel lucky to own a small farm that allows them to have more pets than most. They currently have two dogs, four cats, two horses, and seven cows. All of the cats and one dog are rescue animals. As a veterinarian, Theresa has a strong interest in surgery, dermatology, and behavioral issues. Everyday she gets to do something different. “I still see things I’ve never seen and continue to learn.” Prior to obtaining her degree she worked as a kennel assistant/ bather and also for United Van Lines packing houses. She spends the majority of her free time with her children, enjoying horseback riding, gardening, sports, and just generally being outside.
Dr. Andrew D. Maglott
Dr. Andrew Maglott grew up in Maryland and first came to Ohio in 1989 to attend undergraduate studies at Bowling Green. He is a 1997 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He has been with Memorial Animal Hospital since 2001. Dr. Maglott resides locally with his wife and two sons. The family has two dogs, Scout and Kenzie and two cats, Hermes and Meow. He loves that each day is different and that he is always learning new things. In his plethora of spare time, he enjoys running, reading, x-country skiing and cooking.
Dr. Nicole J. Moskes
Dr. Moskes joined Memorial Animal Hospital in March 2009. She is originally from Pittsburgh, PA. Her interest in animals and veterinary care started in early childhood when she spent weekends on her grandparents farm. Dr. Moskes started working in veterinary hospitals when she started going to undergraduate college at Pennsylvania State University.
Dr. Moskes graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor degree in animal and biological science. She earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 and completed a year of clinical rotations at the University of Illinois in 2004.
She has many professional interests including feline medicine and surgery, dermatology, endocrinology, soft tissue surgery, and honey bee medicine. Dr. Moskes is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, Honeybee Veterinary Consortium and the American Association of Feline Practitioners.
In her spare time, Dr. Moskes enjoys gardening, cooking, and reading. She loves to spend time with her niece and nephews. Also, Dr. Moskes loves to hike with her two dogs, Razor and Hank, and spends time with her cats.
Dr. Nicole Bayless
Dr. Nicole Bayless a Kent native, graduated from Kent State University in 2009 before relocating to Tennessee. She graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013 and was excited to return home to the community in which she grew up. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, nutrition and behavior. Dr Bayless currently lives in Kent with her husband and their three rambunctious rescue cats, Lil Moo (the 2 1/2 footed wild child), Yoda (the evil mastermind) and New Kid (the calm pretty boy). In her spare time she enjoys reading, photography and relaxing with her family and friends.
Dr. Megan Pozza
Dr. Megan Pozza joined Memorial Animal Hospital in January 2017. A native of North Canton, Dr. Pozza graduated from the Ohio State University with her B.S. in Zoology in 2008, and with her D.V.M in 2013. Her professional interests include internal medicine, feline medicine and behavior, and clinical pathology. Dr. Pozza resides in Akron, Ohio with her fiance Andrew and their furry crew: two cats (Abby and Calvin), one border collie mix (Waffle), one curmudgeonly chihuahua mix (Marty, also known as “the churlish chihuahua”), and one chinchilla (Millie). In her free time Dr. Pozza enjoys photography (particularly pets and nature photography), hiking, yoga, and gardening.
Jason has been employed in different capacities at Memorial Animal Hospital (formerly known as Banks and Beutel Veterinary Hospital). He first started out as a veterinary assistant and is currently the practice manager. This entails as Dr. Heibel has said “…doing everything I don’t have the time to do or want to do…”. Which in reality means: researching, installing and maintaining veterinary equipment and informational systems; trouble shooting facility issues; all things HR related, business/financial management and protocols, and dealing with day to day problems as they arise. Jason graduated from Kenyon College with a degree in Economics and a minor in Art History and also attended Kent State University’s School of Architecture. He grew up in Rootstown and enjoys spending time with his wife Molly and three children Charlie, Corinne, and Camille. In the fall he has been known to reside in, “his little fantasy football world”. When he has the time he also enjoys playing golf. Nick (aka “The Nickster” or “Nickalicious”), a black Pug from the dog pound is their family friend.