Dr. Meschino is an Arizona native born and raised in Gilbert, Arizona. She completed her bachelors degree at the University of Arizona. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine before graduating in 2016 and returning home to Arizona. Dr. Meschino has experience working with many different types of pets and has a big interest in solving difficult dermatology cases.
Eric Cohen, DVM
Dr. Cohen is a New York native, raised on Staten Island. He became interested in Veterinary Medicine at a young age and furthered that interest volunteering at the Staten Island Zoo. He aquired a B.S. degree with high honors in 1985 from the State University of New York College of Oneonta with a major in biology/pre-veterinary medicine and a minor in Chemistry. He was then accepted to University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary. In 1989 he became a member of the Veterinary Honors Society, Phi Zeta and completed his DVM degree in 1990. n 1992 he completed a rotating internship in Rochester NY in the areas of companion animal medicine and surgery with specialist in Internal Medicine, Oncology, Surgery, Ophthalmology and Radiology.
Erin Langsteiner-Pandov, DVM
Dr. Langsteiner-Pandov was born and raised in Colorado. She lived her teenage years on 10 acres outside of Parker with horses, goats, chickens, dogs, cats, companion birds, and a pet potbellied pig. After graduating high school, she moved around and eventually settled in Greeley Co with her family. Even though she lived in the suburbs, she couldn’t help but to have lots of pets. She rescued and hand raised companion birds, and shared her home with her dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, duck, turkeys, and a turtle. She graduated UNCO with a bachelors degree in cellular molecular biology. She then moved to Phoenix with her three children to attend Midwestern University and graduated with her DVM in 2019. During her time at MWU she worked part time as a veterinary assistant, enjoyed helping her community through mobile clinics, TNR (trap neuter release), and the veterinary fraternity Omega Tau Sigma. Her greatest interests are in pathology, internal medicine, emergency medicine, exotic and mixed practice medicine.
Kathryn Williams, DVM
Hello! My name is Dr. Williams and I love working for Queen Creek Veterinary Clinic due to all the awesome clients and amazing animals I get to work with! I am an Arizona native and worked in the veterinary medical field for several years prior to receiving my degree from Ross University. I have a 4 year old “coconut retriever”, aka Caribbean Island Dog, that I fostered and ended up adopting while I was in school. I named her Zona to have her as my little piece of Arizona while I lived on the island.
Kelsey Sampayan, DVM
Dr. Kelsey (KJ) Sampayan went to undergrad at Colorado Christian University (CCU) where she majored in pre-med while on a soccer scholarship. She also worked as a kennel tech at a small animal clinic near her school. Kelsey then went to Veterinary school at Midwestern University for her DVM and graduated in 2020. During veterinary school, she was a receptionist and technician at a general practice and emergency clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has a special interest in tricky dermatology cases and cardiology.
Makenzie Kurth, DVM
Dr. Kurth is an Arizona native! She graduated from Colorado State University in 2016. Since graduating, Dr. Kurth has practiced in a mixed general practice and emergency setting. She has undergone additional training in ultrasonography and is offering diagnostic ultrasounds at QCVC. In 2018 she attended a week long training course and was part of the first class of veterinarians certified in the use of Ozone therapy. She is excited to share it’s many benefits with her patients.