Dr. Kristina Lang moved with her husband to the Monadnock Region from Concord in 2015. “I really wanted to find a job at a hospital in town because I wanted to become more a part of the community. I love getting to know clients and their animals and building a relationship with them over time. I approach my interactions with clients as if we are a team working together to provide the best care/outcomes for their pets and for them,” says Dr. Lang. Dr. Lang’s early veterinary work experiences started at the San Diego Zoo. She completed undergraduate studies at the University of California, San Diego in 2000 and then went on to earn a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in Massachusetts in 2013. She worked for Fisherville Animal Hospital & Bird Clinic in Concord for 2 years, complimenting her work as emergency clinician at Veterinary Emergency Critical Care and Referral Center and at Meredith Place Veterinary Emergency Hospital. Dr. Lang’s medical interests include ultrasonography, nutrition and internal medicine. Her interests and experiences well compliment the services offered here at Park Place Veterinary Hospital. Whether you’re a long time client here at PPVH or a new client, you can find Dr. Lang in all areas of the practice!
Dr. Kathy Reilly, DVM decided to become a “dog doctor” when she was in 4th grade. She moved to New Hampshire from Massachusetts to work with Dr. Morenz in 2008. After graduating from UNH, Dr. Reilly attended the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine (where she was roommates with Dr. Morenz for two years). She is active in organized veterinary medicine and was awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association in 2016. Kathy is a past delegate to the American Veterinary Medical Association and is a past Chairperson for the Monadnock Humane Society. In 2017, Dr. Reilly was awarded BEST VETERINARIAN in the Monadnock Region from the Sentinal Choice Awards. She lives with her kitty, Betty Bing, her Golden Retriever, Beo-Wuffy and likes to golf and kayak in her spare time. Anyone who’s seen Dr. Reilly on stage will know she also enjoys performing and making an audience laugh!
Dr. Mary Hoffheimer grew up in Cincinnati, OH. A lifelong love of animals and science inspired her to earn a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Vermont, and then attend veterinary school at the Ohio State University. After an internship and practicing for two years in Washington, DC, she finally moving back to New England, and the Monadnock region has been her home now for nearly the last 30 years. She has been a volunteer veterinarian for many sled dog races, including the Iditarod race across Alaska, advocating for the dogs’ health and welfare. Staff and doctors at PPVH enjoy the back- office science experiments Dr. Hoffheimer brings, including hatching tadpoles, learning about turtles and more! She lives in Peterborough and shares her life with her daughter, dogs, cats many chickens, and an occasional reptilian or amphibian visitor.
Hallie L. Dugrenier joined the Park Place team in 2017 as our Practice Manager. She attended the State University of New York College at Oswego, studying business. A three-year term on the board of the Monadnock Humane Society deepened her desire to shift to the Veterinary space. She came with 11 years of experience in human dentistry, with 7 years of that in business management. Hallie is committed to keeping the personal feel in business and was awarded the 2014 Keene Sentinel’s Trendsetter Award. She spends any free time delved into various community boards and committees. She balances work and volunteering with her family, husband, Andy, their two children, and Golden Retriever, Frannie.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Elizabeth joined our team as a new graduate from Becker College after some prior work at a veterinary hospital in Peterborough. She is a long time resident of the Monadnock Region, and a lifelong animal lover. Elizabeth has a degree in veterinary technology and recently passed the examination to become a Certified Veterinary Technician! Elizabeth has worked in all areas of our hospital already, getting to know all of our clients. Our patients just adore Elizabeth, as her calm approach to animals helps them feel at ease. Please introduce yourself to Elizabeth on your next visit to Park Place Veterinary Hospital!
Taken in spring of 2016 – Dr. Reilly, Dr. Morenz (owner), Dr. Folkert, Dr. Lang (from left to right)