Veterinarian Dr. Katie Heckel has joined Cupola Animal Hospital in Williamson County.
Heckel has 14 years of experience in veterinary services. The Spring Hill resident has worked in private practice in the Nashville area for 10 years and graduated in 2008 from Ohio State University, where she earned a degree in veterinary medicine. Before moving, she spent four years working in general practice in Columbus, Ohio.
His particular veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery and orthopedics, internal medicine and dentistry.
“I’m thrilled to bring my diverse skillset to this amazing team,” Heckel said. “This opportunity will allow me to care for animals closer to home and continue to build relationships within the Williamson County community.”
Heckel will bring a new level of expertise to the already renowned veterinarians of Cupola Animal Hospital.
“Dr. Katie’s heart for customer service and love for her patients is incredible. We are blessed to have her on our wonderful team,” said Cupola Animal Hospital Owner and President Monty McInturff.
Berry Farms Animal Hospital was opened in 2017 to serve the small animal community after many years of focusing on large animal care with Tennessee Equine Hospitals. Concord Road Animal Hospital was opened two years later.
The Cupola team has continued to build a diverse group of physicians and technicians who take pride in comprehensive, compassionate pet care.