Marianne Bailey, DVM
Dr. Bailey is the owner of Queenstown Veterinary Hospital. She grew up in southern Maryland and completed grade school in Calvert County. She graduated with a Bachelors of Science from Auburn University and then a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine 4 years later. Her special interests include surgery and geriatric care.
Dr. Bailey understands that as pets age they require a different kind of veterinary care and the importance of wellness plans for geriatric pets. Since graduating vet school, Dr. Bailey has been dedicated to making sure all geriatric dogs live comfortably in their senior years and enjoys working with owners to develop wellness plans to help pets live long, healthy lives. She also feels community involvement is very important and is working with her team of doctors and staff to develop free educational programs to help strengthen the human-animal bond our clients share.
Before coming to Queenstown Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Bailey worked in Anne Arundel County where she lives with her family and pets. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Maryland Veterinary Medicine Association (MVMA). She founded the Eastern Shore Veterinary Medical Association in 2016 and continues to coordinate quarterly meetings.
Heather Myers, DVM
Dr. Myers received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University on 2003. She has been with Queenstown Vet since 2015 and has since relocated to Kent Island. She has a special interest in Internal Medicine and Dermatology and is a member of the AVMA, MVMA, and Eastern Shore Veterinary Medical Association.
In her spare time, Dr. Myers enjoys running, OSU football and spending time with her husband and their Beagles Basil and Brutus, and Zima the kitty.
Lauren DiVanna, DVM
Dr. DiVanna graduated from Virginia Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Immediately after vet school, she completed an internship in internal medicine and surgery at Dogs & Cats Veterinary Referral in Bowie, MD. After the internship, she was hired as an emergency clinician and worked there until September 2018. Dr. DiVanna, looking for a change of pace from emergency medicine due to having two small children, is now working full-time at QVH and enjoying the world of general practice.
Dr. DiVanna is a native Marylander, growing up in Baltimore where her family still resides. She currently lives in Annapolis with her husband, two children, one dog and three cats. Outside of work, she loves spending time with her family, traveling and trying new restaurants.
Erin Riggin, DVM
Dr. Riggin, an Eastern Shore native, was born and raised in Chestertown, MD. After completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Maryland, College Park, she went on to receive her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association and the Eastern Shore Veterinary Medical Association.
Upon graduation, Dr. Riggin moved to Baltimore City where she worked for several years in a very busy general practice, developing a special interest in general surgery and internal medicine. She joined QVH part-time in July 2018. She currently resides in Easton, MD with her husband, daughter, son and two dogs, Byron the Cavalier Spaniel and Boothe the Golden Retriever. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, boating, cooking and woodworking.
Matt Brunke, DVM, Diplomate, American College Of Veterinary Sports Medicine And Rehabilitation, CVPP, CVA
Dr. Brunke is a native New Yorker, growing up in NYC. He received his BS in Animal Science from Cornell University in 2000 and his DVM in 2004 from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. Deciding to concentrate on rehabilitation and sports medicine, Dr. Brunke received his certification in rehabilitation in 2008 from the University of Tennessee CCRP program. Continuing his specialization, Dr. Brunke completed the practice experience pathway for the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation in 2017 and passed ACVSMR boards in January 2018.
Dr. Brunke offers rehabilitation consults and services for QVH dogs and cats, as well as pets referred by area veterinarians. As a diplomate of the VSMR college, he believes in a big picture and practical approach to his patients and enjoys both orthopedic and neurological cases.
In his spare time, Dr. Brunke enjoys running with his dog, Penny.
Tracy joined QVH in 2015. Her focus is on managing our dedicated staff and the day to day operations of the hospital. She believes optimal patient care includes exceeding our clients’ expectations and welcomes all inquiries from the community.
She enjoys her Peloton bike, reading, camping, traveling, houseplants, Netflix binges, tabletop game nights, Ravens football, live music and stand up paddle boarding. She shares her home on the Eastern Shore with her three cats – black cats Lovett and Favreau, and odd-eyed cat Ronan.
A resident of Greensboro, joined the QVH team in October 2016. She brings over a decade of experience in the veterinary CSR field; her focus is client education and empathy with them and their pets. If it’s a concern to you, it’s a concern to her. Away from QVH, she is devoted to her family which includes her husband Shawn, sons Preston and Levi, American Staffordshire Terrier Beefy and their kitty Grizz. She enjoys playing cards, board games, camping and bowling.
Cindy L. joined the QVH team in 2003. Her favorite part of working here is assisting all of the pets get the care they need and developing relationships with their devoted owners. She lives in Centreville with her husband Steve and their two sons. They have a Bull Mastiff named Bella and two Orange Tabby cats named Izzy and Jimmy. Her photo is of her cherished Min Pin, Ray, who has since passed away. Outside of QVH, Cindy enjoys being with her family and pets, gardening, watching movies and Baltimore Ravens football.
Cindy S. is a resident of Chestertown where she shares her home with her cat Reese. She joined QVH in October 2016. She is a lifelong animal lover, and is also the proud mother of two adult children and “Nana” to four grandchildren, three grandpups and two grandcats. She enjoys being part of the QVH team of pet professionals, providing compassionate care for our four-legged friends.
Emma is a local of the Kent Island-Centreville area and began working as part of the QVH team in September 2019. Having grown up with family pets, she enjoys being able to continue her love of being around animals. She is extremely passionate and dedicated in everything she does. One of her favorite things about working at QVH is seeing clients and pets she grew up with in the area. She is pictured with her Lab Brandy.
Stephanie joined the QVH team in August 2014. As a senior technician, she brings extensive experience to assisting in surgical procedures and has a keen interest in obedience training. Stephanie lives on the Eastern Shore and enjoys spending her free time with her many pets, which includes cats, French Bulldogs and her horse Brady.
Tayler joined QVH in October 2016, bringing five years of animal handling experience. She enjoys assisting in surgeries and helping our patients on their roads to recovery. Seeing them feel better gives her great satisfaction. Tayler resides on the Eastern Shore with her husband Chris, their dogs Diesel the Jack Russell, Sadie the Toy Fox Terrier and their gray Tabby cat Luna. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Erin joined QVH in May 2017, bringing six years of veterinary tech experience. She has a particular interest in large animal medicine, exotics and pet rehabilitation. She lives on the Eastern Shore and in her spare time she enjoys riding her horse Linus and spending time with her two dogs, Denali and Nismo.
Amanda joined the QVH team in the summer of 2017. She is a graduate of the veterinary assistant program at Chesapeake College. Amanda is planning to continue her education with the goal of becoming a registered veterinary technician. Amanda lives on Kent Island with her two rescued boxers, Bunker and Gracie. Away from QVH, Amanda can be found spending time with family and friends, and is an active member with the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department.
Kim joined the QVH team in September 2018. She has 17 years of veterinary technician skills in a wide variety of areas. She lives in Delaware with her husband and their three West Highland Terriers Archer, Skipper and Sterling
Jennifer joined the QVH team in October 2016. She’s a graduate of the veterinary assistant program at Chesapeake College. Jennifer lives on the Eastern Shore with her cat Dunkin, who she rescued from outside the Centreville Dunkin Donuts seven years ago .Dunkin is forever grateful.
Makayla joined QVH in October 2019, bringing four years of animal caretaking experience. She enjoys our boarders’ affectionate, loving, and playful personalities. Makayla is planning to continue her education through Penn Foster’s online registered veterinary technician program. She lives on the Eastern Shore and enjoys spending time with her cat Jax and chocolate Lab Moss.