Dr. Kim Hammond, D.V.M., M.B.A.
Dr. Hammond founded the Falls Road Animal Hospital in his native Baltimore, one of the first veterinary hospitals of its kind in the nation. Falls Road ranks in the top 1 percent of veterinary practices in the country – with 100,000 patients treated a year. Learn more about Dr. Hammond
Dr. Audrey Barker is the Medical Director at Falls Road Animal Hospital. Dr. Barker grew up on the Eastern Shore of Maryland and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in animal science at the University of Maryland, College Park in 2009. She received her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania and graduated Phi Zeta in May 2013. In veterinary school Dr. Barker was involved in multiple trips to third world countries providing veterinary care. She currently has an ongoing long term project in India, helping village women learn safer and more efficient ways to milk their cows and buffalos.
Dr. Barker is excited to be living in her home state and once again be able to frequent Camden Yards and the Baltimore Aquarium. Her special interests at Falls Road Animal Hospital include soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. She enjoys traveling, softball, being involved in community theater, and most of all, cuddling with her pets at home.
Dr. Danielle Anthony completed her undergraduate degree from University of Colorado and earned her DVM from The Ohio State University in 2006. She served the US Army for three years, first as Chief of Veterinary Services at the Great Lakes Naval Station, then as a Field Veterinary Officer in South Korea. In 2008, she volunteered to be the veterinarian on a special Army mission to the hurricane-ravaged Dominican Republic.
Dr. Anthony is pleased to be a part of the Falls Road Animal Hospital medical staff where she intends to pursue her interest in exotic and small animal medicine. In her free time she might be found hiking, climbing, doing yoga, or possibly just curled up in a chair at the coffee shop, reading.
Dr. Lorna Dougherty grew up in central New Jersey, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Delaware. From there, she completed her veterinary training at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 2013 she completed a one-year long rotating small animal surgery and medicine internship in Delaware, where she fully realized her interest in emergency medicine. She joined the emergency overnight team at FRAH in the summer of 2014, and enjoys the challenges that emergency medicine has to offer. Her veterinary interests include neonatology, soft tissue surgery, neurology, internal medicine, and physical rehabilitation.
Dr. Dougherty enjoys spending time with her English Setter (Manolin) who you can find hunting for pheasant on weekends, and her Golden Retriever (Maya) who loves to hunt for treats in couch cushions.
Dr. Doyle grew up in Glen Burnie, MD with a thirst for adventure and a strong interest in wild animals from a young age. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree from Northland College in Ashland, WI and went on to complete her DVM degree at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2013. During her first year of vet school, she also joined the graduate department at Virginia Tech to complete her Masters in Public Health in December 2013. Dr. Doyle spent much of her clinical year in vet school traveling to different zoos, wildlife sanctuaries, and rehabilitation centers all over the world. She also completed a pilot project on the prevalence of Tuberculosis in temple elephants in India. After graduation, Dr. Doyle went on to complete a small animal rotating internship in emergency and internal medicine at Virginia Beach, VA in June 2015. Looking to advance her skill set, Dr. Doyle joined the rockstar crew at Falls Road Animal Hospital. She is looking forward to honing her skills in both soft tissue and orthopedic surgery as well as spending some extra time with our other furred, feathered, and scaled patients. In her free time, Dr. Doyle enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, camping, and spending time with friends both old and new.
Dr. Ron Fallon received his veterinary degree from Oklahoma State University in 1974, with a special interest in surgery. After several years of private general practice, he completed a Surgical Residency at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He received additional training at The Ohio State University in both soft and orthopedic surgery and at Colorado State University in Surgical Oncology. In 1986, he completed his surgical training after a rotating appointment at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Fallon was Chief of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at Veterinary Referral Associates in Gaithersburg, MD. from 1986-1989; he was the first person in Maryland to provide a physical therapy and rehabilitation program for his patients.
He has been a speaker at state and national veterinary conferences and has published journal articles and co-authoredarticles in surgery textbooks.
Dr. Fallon is certified to perform both the TPLO and the TTA procedures. He has been part of the regions foremost total hip replacement team starting with Dr. Marvin Olmstead of The Ohio State University in 1992, continuing on with Dr. Jon Dyce in 2005, providing those services to about 1000 patients in the area.
He has provided ambulatory veterinary surgical services to the greater Washington/Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic regions since 1989.
Dr. Keisha Hayward (formerly Dr. Keisha Adkins) graduated from Messiah College in Grantham, PA with a Bachelor of Science in 2000. She completed her veterinary training at the Ohio State University in 2004. At Ohio State, Dr. Hayward had the opportunity to work with board-certified veterinary surgeon Dr. Ken Johnson on several clinical trials involving orthopedic surgery and exercise science. She also arranged an externship at the Mid-Atlantic Specialty Hospital in Southern Maryland focusing on orthopedic surgery and canine physical therapy. Dr. Hayward has completed further training courses for internal and external skeletal fixation, soft tissue surgery, reconstructive surgery and endoscopy. She supervises the Falls Road Animal internship program that mentors many veterinary and pre-veterinary students each year.
She currently lives with her husband in Columbia with their cats. She enjoys playing soccer, hiking, biking and tackling various home improvement projects.
Dr. Michael Herko received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of Florida in 1989 and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine form the University of Tennessee in 1993. He has a special interest in small animal exotic medicine. He is originally from Boca Raton Florida. Dr. Herko has three dogs and five cats at his home. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, watching movies, and spending time with his animals and his wife Nancy, a technician at Falls Road Animal Hospital.
Dr. Reger is originally from a small town in Ohio. She received her Bachelor’s degree from John Carroll University and attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She has always been interested in exotics and since graduating has worked exclusively with them in a large exotics practice in Seattle Washington. At Falls Road Animal Hospital she is looking forward to working with dogs and cats again while continuing to see those less common species that she loves so well. When not at work she enjoys spending time with her dog Gus, hiking, reading, shopping, and exploring Baltimore.