Dr. Glenn Johnson earned his DVM from Tuskegee University in 1979.
He spent much of his childhood working alongside his father, who was also a veterinarian.
In his spare time Dr. Johnson enjoys football (GO Seahawks!), fishing, Pacific beaches, and vegetarian cuisine.
He cares for two special needs cats: Felix and Thor.
Dr. Nesa Quincy joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 1998. She earned her DVM from Washington State University.
Dr. Quincy loves all pets but has a special affection for cats.
During her spare time, she enjoys cooking, camping, and spending time with her family.She has two crazy dogs named Archie and Clifford; and four cats: Buttercup, Daisy, Pumpkin, and Tulip.
Dr. Barbara Gomez first joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 2001. She earned her DVM from Washington State University. She is also certified in veterinary acupuncture.
Before becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Gomez earned a degree in Soil Conservation and Land Use Planning from the University of Florida. She was the first female firefighter in the Florida Keys Volunteer Fire Department. She also graduated from nursing school, joined the Air Force and was an RN in emergency and operating rooms.
In her spare time, she enjoys home improvement projects, gardening, sewing, cooking and reading.
She has four dogs, five cats, and four chickens.
Dr. Erika Bergstrom joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 2007. She earned her DVM from Washington State University.
Her special interests include preventative care and kidney disease.
When away from work she enjoys traveling and "anything outdoors." In 2009 she spent three weeks in Thailand and hopes to do more traveling soon.
She currently has two cats named Avery and Julien.
Dr. Jen Saks joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in June 2011. She has a B.S. in Biology and earned her DVM from Virginia Tech in 2004. Upon graduation she completed a year-long internship in Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Saks has strong interests in emergency care, internal medicine and analgesia (pain control).
Dr. Saks enjoys anything active or outdoors, including running, backpacking, and camping.
Dr. Saks’ cat Lichen adopted her after being abandoned at a veterinary hospital by previous owners, and is now joined by an orange tabby named Clark.
Dr. Conrad Kornmann joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in April 2012. He earned his DVM from Washington State University in 2003.
He is especially interested in gastrointestinal diseases. Dr. Kornmann enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters, and their two pets Steve the cat and Earl the dog.
He is an outdoor enthusiast and enjoys spending his free time bicycle racing, skiing and mountaineering.
Dr. Cristina Lee earned her DVM from Washington State University in 2007 after graduating with a B.S. in Zoology. She also minored in Psychology to focus on animal behavior and operant conditioning. She joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 2014.
Dr. Lee enjoys working with the families of young pets. She has a special interest in preventing the development of challenging behaviors.
In her off time, Dr. Lee is a busy mom of two little boys. She enjoys reading, snuggling her kids, hiking and exploring beaches.
Dr. Lee has two cats, Freya and Grace. She also rescued a pit bull puppy named Piper.
Dr. Jae Beck joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 2015. She graduated from Smith College with a B.S. in Neuroscience and Chemistry, then travelled to New Zealand for her DVM from Massey University.
She enjoys preventative healthcare and internal medicine.
Dr. Beck shares her home with her dog Doc, her cats Mimi and Leonard, and her rabbit Hazelnut.
In her spare time, she enjoys music, road trips, and swimming.
Dr. Jacqueline Blank joined West Seattle Animal Hospital in 2016. She graduated from Ross University with her DVM in 2014 after a clinical year at the University of Illinois.
Dr. Blank enjoys preventative healthcare and has an interest in soft-tissue surgery.
She spends her free time camping, hiking, horseback riding, and practicing yoga.
Dr. Blank is also very passionate about snuggling her cat Monty.