Dr. Medema attended Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine and received her veterinary degree in 2007. Following graduation, she completed a post graduate internship in internal medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan. When not working, she has two youngsters who she says keep her very busy away from work. She enjoys running, hiking, water sports and football.
Dr. Nana Kramer is a native of Berlin, Germany and graduated from the Freie Universitaet, Berlin, veterinary medical school in 1999. She completed a one-year rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in 2008. During this time she developed a passion for critical care and emergency medicine. Dr. Kramer enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine, but has a soft spot for geriatric feline patients and their special needs. The occasional pocket pet, bunny rabbit or avian patient always catches her attention. She is active in the equestrian sport of Dressage, which has a long tradition in her native country of Germany. When free time allows, Dr. Kramer loves to compete with her horse, volunteer at dressage events or support her fellow team members. She makes her home in the south shore of Long Island with several happy pets, all of them rescued.
Dr. Glinka began working at Bellport Animal Hospital in 1989 as a veterinary technician. Dr. Glinka continued his undergraduate education at Stonybrook University where he received his bachelor’s degree in 2000. In 2001, he entered the St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. He completed his clinical studies at Auburn University and graduated with his doctorate of veterinary medicine in 2005. He has been working at Bellport Animal Hospital ever since. Dr. Glinka has strong interests in small animal and exotic pet medicine and surgery. Outside of work, Dr. Glinka enjoys hiking, rock climbing and spending time with his Labrador retriever, “Cole”.
In loving memory of
Dr. Michael J. Pollack
July 6, 1957 – Feb 19, 2012
Dr. Cangro received his undergraduate degree in Animal Science from the New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University in 1986. He graduated from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine (Cornell University) in 1990 where he was the winner of the Upjohn award for excellence in small animal internal medicine. He has strong interests in small animal medicine and soft tissue surgery. He is certified in the PennHip hip x-ray technique, a referral veterinarian in Synbiotic’s canine reproduction network, certified in performing Regenerative Veterinary Stem Cell Therapy and is a New York State Accredited Veterinarian able to perform international health certificate examinations. His interests outside of work include his beautiful wife and kids, ice hockey and jazz guitar.