Berry Hill Veterinary Center

Mission Statement: To provide the best Western and Eastern veterinary care possible through the use of progressive, modern medicine and surgery.  To provide excellent communication and a compassion to our clients.  To treat each pet as if they were our own.  To expose ourselves to new techniques and information and provide continuing education to all of our staff.  To work as a team and treat each member with respect.
  • 418 S Beavercreek Rd, Ste 101
  • Oregon City,OR 97045
  • Phone: (503) 650-1667
  • Fax: (503) 650-7945
  • bhvc_staff@hotmail.com
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  • Mon-Fri: 8:00AM-7:00PM
  • Sat: 9:00AM-6:00PM
  • Sun: Closed
  • After Hours Emergency:
  • Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin
  • Call: 503-691-7922
  • Northwest Veterinary Specialists
  • Call: 503-656-3999
  • Dr. Penny Jacobs, DVM

    Dr. Penny Jacobs graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001. She started her veterinary career in Athens, GA and then decided to move to the great Northwest in 2007. She helped re-launch Berry Hill Veterinary Center in 2008 and completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) course in acupuncture soon after. This opened her eyes up to the world of alternative and complementary medicine which she has integrated into her already holistic approach. Dr. Jacobs further developed her holistic education and practice by studying Food Therapy at the Chi Institute and incorporates this nutrition knowledge as well as Chinese herbs and supplements into her daily practice. She also performs surgery and other modalities of traditional medicine like dentistry, diagnostics, and vaccines and her holistic medical education influences those practices as well. When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, Irish Wolfhound and her kitties, hiking, biking, skiing and cooking.
  • Dr. Trish Roisum, DVM

    Dr. Trish started her career as a veterinarian working with companion animals, farm animals, and wildlife in a James Herriot-esque practice in rural southern Oregon. She cherishes those small town memories, the incredible adventures, and life altering experiences that laid the foundation for the veterinarian she is today. Her second position was in a busy small animal hospital in Olympia, Washington which was a period of incredible growth. She obtained her Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapist certification, allowing her to incorporate chiropractic care into her practice regime and started her path into complimentary medicine. This was followed by acupuncture training and integrating that modality into her practice offerings. She is excited to start homeopathy training late in 2015.

    Now Dr. Trish is grateful to be able to practice alongside Dr. Penny Jacobs and Dr. Jess Cameron. She appreciates  their similar beliefs in a strong western medicine background beautifully meshed with holistic practices including nutrition, acupuncture, herbs and supplements. She truly appreciates Berry Hill's friendly environment, caring staff, and fantastic clientele.

    As a veterinarian, she loves discovering the best opportunity for healing and support in each situation. Dr. Trish appreciates, respects, honors, and celebrates the human animal bond. Providing hospice care and helping patients peacefully transition are important aspects of her practice. Her goal is to provide high quality veterinary care with clear communication in each situation.

    Dr. Trish'™s family includes: her lovely partner Lee, who is her motivation for her move to Portland, Lavinia the Siamese plus sized model, Bert the best "œBerter Collie" ever, Miss Qi Chihuahua a party in a dress, orange Oscar a perpetually surprised cat and Sylvia the feline matriarch sometimes known as Scrappy.

    When not at Berry Hill, Trish enjoys traveling to visit her friends and family in the mid-west. She loves gardening, a good yoga class, Vipassana meditation, cooking, reading and learning.

    Dr. Trish looks forward to meeting you and your family.
  • Dr. Eva Denka, DVM

  • Alicia Certified Veterinary Technician


    Alicia has been with our hospital since March of 2013 as a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She has a Bachelor's of Science from U of O (GO DUCKS).  Alicia obtained her associates veterinary technical degree from Portland Community College in 2010. Alicia's strengths include her attention to detail and an ability to teach others her knowledge of anesthesia. Her keen intuition and education are a benefit to all of our patients and clients. Alicia plans to pursue further training and education in anesthesia, critical care and pain control. She enjoys making the veterinary experience as positive as possible for our patients, with pain control, positive reinforcement and any other support we can provide.  Alicia lives with her canine companion Keira, an eleven year old American Water Spaniel who has Addison's disease. Her feline family members include black and white Bailey who is 12 years old and Cleo her beloved 17 year old tuxedo kitty. Two mini Nubian goats, JingleBelle and Shylee also consider Alicia "Mom"!  Alicia loves spending time with her family and helping out on her parent's farm.

  • Rachel Certified Vet Technician


    Rachel graduated with a BS in Animal Sciences from OSU, and completed the CVT program at Portland Community College. Rachel naturally gravitated to veterinary sciences since her grandfather was a veterinarian and she grew up around animals in 4H. She has Cooper, a red merle Australian Shepherd mix who is her one and only dog and best friend. He loves to go anywhere with Rachel. When she isn’t busy at work, she loves just being outside in the sunshine, usually gardening. Rachel’s favorite thing about her job is playing with fluffy puppies! Her absolute dream vacation would be to go to Bora Bora, and stay in one of those bungalows over the water. 

  • Yolanda Veterinary Assistant


    Yolanda has experience in both general practice and emergency veterinary medicine. She hopes to begin studies for the CVT program soon. Yolanda is grateful to be a part of such a compassionate team of animal lovers at Berry Hill. When she is not working she enjoys quality time with her husband and her two sons, like going out for breakfast and strolling around in museums. They currently share their house with a long-haired hamster named Hammy and a cat named Tunes with tuxedo markings.

  • Chelsea Client Care Representative, Co-Manager


    Chelsea has been with our clinic since June of 2014. Her background has mostly been in the food industry, but she has always had a love for animals. She owns a black lab named Remmy, a golden retriever elkhound mix named Mia as well as a domestic long haired kitty named Frankie. The vet industry has always been appealing to Chelsea and she is very happy to be a part of helping all animals and their families. When she is not at the Hospital she spends her time with her husband and daughter.  We love the positive attitude Chelsea brings to our hospital everyday. 
  • Vicky Receptionist

     

    Vicky has a degree in Criminal Justice and was pre-vet early on in her education. She has been around animals her entire life due to bringing home strays. Vicky was in the Future Farmers of America (FFA) showing livestock, which she showed both in college and professionally.  She has fostered many animals and worked with special needs animals over the years.  She loves working on her farm at home and has quite a menagerie.  Right now she has 5 dogs, 30 cats, 3 horses, 3 cows, 2 goats, and chickens.  Vicky really enjoys her job and working with other animal lovers who demonstrate great compassion towards others and their pets. 

  • Breanna (Bre) Client Care Representative and Vet Assistant


    Bre grew up with many animals from rabbits and guinea pigs to goats and horses. This animal lover also works at a mobile vaccine clinic for cats and dogs. She considers herself a real bookworm who loves to get nose deep in a new book, preferably while relaxing at the beach with her two little doggies, Bella and Rosta. For Bre, being able to provide such great care to all our furry companion animals is very fulfilling. If she could take a dream vacation, she would love to return to Spain, France, and Italy.
  • Sammy Vet Assistant

     Sammy grew up around horses and animals, and spent years in equine 4H. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with a pre-vet option, and worked for three years as a tech at a mixed large animal practice with horses, cows, and pigs. Sammy lives with her husband and their dog Boone. Boone is a sweet and snuggly German shorthaired Pointer who is training as a pheasant dog when he isn't experimenting in household destruction. On days off Sammy enjoys going for hikes when the weather is nice or reading a good book. Sammy likes knowing she is helping patients at the clinic and improving their quality of life. She also enjoys snuggling the cute baby puppies and kittens that come for vet care.

  • Sara - Vet Assistant

    Sara has been working at Berry Hill Veterinary Center since December 2017 as a Veterinary Assistant. She came with extensive experience, is eager to learn every aspect of veterinary medicine, is always offering to help her fellow co-workers, and is always the first person to volunteer for tasks and new projects.

     Sara is currently working towards her degree as a Certified Veterinary Technician through Penn Foster. She grew up in Newport, OR and attended Oregon State University earning her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Zoology in June 2013. Previous experience includes ~2 years at a small animal clinic in The Dalles, OR, ~1.5 years at a humane society in The Dalles, various animal-related laboratory and research positions, working at a reptile and amphibian breeding/educational facility, 10+ years of involvement in the 4-H small animal and canine programs, and growing up/taking care of multitudes of dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, ducks, quail, geese, mice, rats, gerbils, hamsters, small birds and finches, tropical fish, goats, and many more small furry beings. She currently has one pet at home, a long haired orange tabby named Cheeto (pictured). When she isn't at home studying she is out running, hiking, biking, or exploring around the Portland area