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513 North State RD.
Briarcliff Manor, NY

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    If your pet has a medical emergency, please telephone us immediately at 914-941-4904 to schedule an appointment. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians are available around the clock to provide expert care for your pet.


    Our address is: 513 North State Rd. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510

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    Staff & Consultants

    • Dr. Jaime Sage
    • Dr. Donald Deforge
    • Dr. Boaz Levitin
    • Dr. Jaime Sage

      Dr. Jaime E. Sage, DVM, MS, DACVR will be heading Animal Health Center's Radiology team. Dr. Sage has over 10+ years of experience performing and reading MRI results. Her extensive veterinary training and residency coupled with her professional experience are the foundation for Dr. Sage’s comprehensive understanding of her specialization, MRI. At Veterinary Village, we utilize the most cutting-edge equipment and employ the most knowledgeable experts to better serve our clients.   We are proud to have Dr. Sage join our team and look forward to working with her.

      Dr. Donald Deforge

      Animal Health Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Donald Deforge, DVM to our Department of Dentistry.  After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. DeForge developed a special interest in oral care. In 1996, he was honored as North East Practitioner of the Year by the American Animal Hospital Association. That same year he received the Peter Emily Residents Award in Small Animal Dentistry.   Dr. DeForge lectures on small animal dentistry and oral surgery emphasizing practical applications for the general practitioner. His past columns in companion animal dentistry have appeared in DVM Newsmagazine and Veterinary Practice News for over a decade. Dr. DeForge is co-editor of An Atlas of Veterinary Dental Radiology along with Ben H Colmery III, DVM, DAVDC.   Dr. DeForge has guest lectured in Veterinary Technology Programs at Suffolk Community College and Mercy College. He was an Adjunct at Northwestern Community College where he established the Department of Oral Radiology and Periodontology for veterinary technology students in conjunction with Dr. Nancy Marchetti-Program Director.   As a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, he has been honored by human dentistry. Dr. Jeffrey A. Sherman, DDS, Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Electrosurgery and Executive Director of the World Academy of Radiosurgery writes: “Your years of lecturing and writing on the subject of radiosurgery have not gone unnoticed. I believe your efforts in creating the E-Journal of Radiowave Radiosurgery will help your colleagues and makes us all proud of your efforts. Your discovery of Indirect Radiowave Radiosurgery Coagulation has brought new insight into the use of radiosurgery in all fields of medicine and should be one of your proudest accomplishments. It is with honor that I call you colleague and friend. Please continue all of your fine efforts in the field of radiosurgery and know that sharing your knowledge is the greatest gift you have given to the profession.”   Dr. DeForge performs Continuing Education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians on the local, regional, and national level and is well respected by the academic community. All of his lectures are RACE approved for CE.   Dr. DeForge has extensive experience performing oral surgery, root canal and crown, Radiowave surgery, repairing fractured teeth and jaw fractures, bonding, treatment of CAUGP, diagnosis and treatment of resorptive lesions in cats, and Stomatitis surgery in cats ( a new bone grafting surgical protocol that is the only surgery to date to treat cats with Stomatitis).   Tiger Oral Surgery

      Dr. Boaz Levitin

      We are proud to welcome to Animal Health Center, Dr. Boaz Levitin, DVM, DACVIM who specializes in Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery. He received his DVM from Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2000 and continued with a three-year internship before moving to the United States. Following his move, for the next several years Dr. Levitin completed an internship and his residency Tufts University in the field of Neurology/Neurosurgery.    
    • Dr. Allison Adams
    • Dr. David Pinson
    • Dr. Martin DeAngelis
    • Dr. Allison Adams

      As part of Animal Health Center’s Department of Cardiology, Dr. Adams DVM, DACVIM, will be evaluating all of our cardiac studies and provide treatment plans for all of our cardio patients. Dr. Adams received her DVM from the University of Tennessee in 2004, completed a rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania in 2005, and her cardiology residency at North Carolina State University in 2008.

      Dr. David Pinson

      Dr. David Pinson (DVM, PhD, DACVP, DACLAM) is a dual certified veterinary pathologist and laboratory animal veterinarian.  He is a 1978 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine.   After practicing two years in western Kentucky, Dr. Pinson returned to graduate school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  He completed his PhD in experimental pathology in 1985 and spent two years in residency at Auburn University and University of Florida.  He completed the ACVP board examination in 1986 and the ACLAM board examination in 1990.   He is a recipient of an NIH research career development award.  He spent 21 years on the faculty of the University of Kansas Medical Center engaged in research on macrophage immunobiology, cancer, and HIV neuropathogenesis.   He rose to rank of professor at KU Medical Center.   In 2011, He joined the faculty of the University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine, residing on the Peoria campus.  He currently holds the rank of professor.  His CV lists 92 peer review publications, one book chapter on inflammation, two NIH grants, and he serves on numerous committees locally and nationally.   He currently teaches in the second year medical curriculum in pathology and pharmacology.  He is chair of the preclinical task force for the Peoria campus and he serves on the four-site curriculum committee of the University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine.  He has continuously maintained a surgical pathology practice for 16 years and routinely reads for Idexx Veterinary Reference Laboratories.  He currently serves as Animal Health Center's Histopathologist, a position crucial to diagnosing cancer and inflammatory related diseases.

      Dr. Martin DeAngelis

      Dr. Martin DeAngelis received both his Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine and Doctor of Veterinary Science from the University of Illinois. He took both Internship and Residency at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan, and later held positions there as Chief of Orthopedic Services and Chief of Surgery. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, has authored numerous scientific publications, and has lectured throughout the United States and Europe.

      Throughout his career he has earned numerous accolades and honors, including the Legend Award in 2006 from the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Given in recognition of surgical procedures that have proven their value by becoming the treatment of choice for a specific condition, the ACVS has only awarded this honor twice in its long history.

      In addition, the veterinary community worldwide recognizes Dr. DeAngelis as the innovator of what is the best practice for the extracapsular surgical technique in the repair of cranial cruciate ligament ruptures, which has improved the lives of hundreds of thousands of animal owners and their pets.

      Pet owners from Westchester County and well beyond have come to rely on Dr. DeAngelis for his expertise in orthopedic surgery, cancer-related surgery, laser surgery, neurosurgery and soft-tissue surgery, and for his compassionate treatment of their loved ones. We are thrilled to have him join our team!

    • Staff
    • Dr. Yossi Haroush
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      Finally, despite all of the advanced diagnostics, patient monitoring, and treatment available, it is the people who make the difference.

      Our talented and compassionate personnel are on hand 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing you and your animals continuous care and support.

      Dr. Yossi Haroush

        Dr. Yossi Haroush, is a lifelong animal-lover who, as a child, rescued stray cats and orphaned ducks and, as an adult, takes a passionate approach to veterinary medicine. A scholar and humanitarian, Dr. Haroush’s methods are both research and action-driven, inspired by pragmatism, innovation, and empathy. Born and raised in Jerusalem, Dr. Haroush holds veterinary medical licenses and degrees across the globe. With undergraduate work from the best schools in Israel, a medical education in Europe, and post-doctorate work in Canada, Dr. Haroush has over 20 years of experience and education. Dedicated to excellence and advanced technologies, Dr. Haroush’s specialties include diagnostics, internal medicine, emergency care, and surgery. He is licensed to practice in the US, EU, Canada, and Israel. Established in 2003, the Animal Health Center is privately owned and operated by Dr. Yossi Haroush, DVM. In 2005, Dr. Haroush began searching for the right location to expand his practice - and to develop one of the most advanced veterinary medical practices in the country. The beautiful, state-of-the-art 10,000 square foot hospital, located in Westchester County, is the culmination of a lifelong dream – and this dream is dedicated to providing the best possible care for very special members of the family. Dr. Haroush’s two rescue dogs, “Schnoozle” and “Murray Lynn,” are frequent visitors to the hospital. They delight in greeting patients and in making patients – and their human partners - feel right at home.