Meet the friendly staff at Miami Home Vet!
Dr Hector Roman is native from Puerto Rico. At Tuskegee University in Alabama he studied biology and farm animal husbandry. Then moved to Ohio to study veterinary medicine. As a student had special interest in emergency medicine and nutrition. Graduated from The Ohio State University and has been in veterinary practice over 25 years. Worked in various federal programs under the USDA-VS. Owned a full service veterinary hospital 16 years. Directed a veterinary emergency group 6 years. Is a former board member of the Puerto Rico Veterinary Association. In 2005 moved to Florida to continue emergency and critical care practice. Here worked in a shelter and adoption center. In 2008 started Miami Home Vet to serve the growing demand for home veterinary care. Is active in various local, state, and national professional associations. Is a board member of the Miami Veterinary Foundation. House calls continues to be a favorite part of his work. These may be quiet demanding for the veterinarian and staff. But for the most part is awesome to share with our clients and their pets right in their habitat. It also provides information about the pet's environment, this helps during diagnostic and treatment considerations. On his free time he loves sailing, when the wind is dead, kayaking. At home 2 k9 and 9 felines keep him entertained and provide plenty of company.
Is a veterinary technician. Has two year of veterinary medicine education. She understands dogs like few people can. Loves to care and handle them. Excellent as well with feline patients.
When he is not playing basketball, Juan Luis is working with us. Has a Bachelors degree from Enrique Pestalozzi University. Then graduated from Universidad Del Zulia school of veterinary medicine in Venezuela. His is a percussionist musician and has traveled to many countries to present their shows.
Milli Lyon has a Bachelor's degree in Animal husbandry from Michigan State University. As a student she worked with horses and cattle as well as in the Small Animal Clinic. She lived in the Caribbean island of Montserrat until the volcano erupted in 1995. Now in Florida she volunteers with the Doberman Rescue League.