4500 NE Cornell Rd
Hillsboro , OR 97124
USA

P: 503-207-2744
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Frontier Veterinary Hospital, P.C.


Frontier Veterinary Hospital has served the greater Hillsboro area since 1947. They offer a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic, and dental services for small animals, including poultry.
Claire Peterson, DVM

Dr. Claire Peterson received her DVM degree from Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Before that she received a BS at the Johnston Center of Integrative Studies within the University of Redlands. Although she traveled away for college, Dr. Peterson grew up in the larger Portland area and loves all of the outdoor opportunities this area provides.

Gary Hunt, DVM

Dr. Gary Hunt received his DVM degree from The Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He grew up in Ohio, he also has a BS in Zoology from Ohio State. Dr Hunt has practiced small animal medicine in the Portland area for most of the last 20 years. His clinical interests include geriatrics, feline medicine and infectious disease.

Lisa Yung, DVM

Dr. Lisa Yung, DVM, received her doctoral degree in Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University in 2005. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, Dr. Yung chose to pursue veterinary medicine because of the intellectual challenges of veterinary medicine, coupled with the rewards of helping both pets and their people. Medically speaking, Dr. Yung’s passions include internal medicine, preventative and geriatric care, and soft tissue surgery. She has a particular focus on acute and chronic pain management, and will employ the most current treatments and therapies to help her patients’ comfort. She enjoys the challenges that difficult medical and surgical cases can present, and works diligently with her patient’s families during the entire diagnostic and treatment process. As a Veterinary Acupuncturist, Lisa offers acupuncture as an alternative treatment for a variety of ailments, with a specific focus on pain management.

Scott Loepp, DVM

Dr. Scott Loepp received his doctoral degree in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984. Prior to entering veterinary school he earned his BA in chemistry and anthropology at Duke University. In 1984 Dr. Loepp joined the Soderholm Veterinary Hospital team. Ten years later he purchased the practice, renaming it Frontier Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Loepp has a special interest in soft tissue surgery, challenging skin problems and geriatric internal medicine.