Jeremy Sebor, DVM (Owner)
Dr. Sebor has been practicing emergency and critical care medicine for over fourteen years. After graduating from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in animal science, Dr. Sebor continued his veterinary education at Ross University, St. Kitts, eventually finishing up at the University of Florida. He has practiced veterinary medicine in Florida, California, Hawaii, Colorado, and, of course, the great state of New York. Dr. Sebor enjoys soft tissue surgery, especially for GDV and hemoabdomens. He is also experienced in the field of radiology. When he is not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his three daughters and wife, skiing in the winter and camping in the summer.
Mindy Mullins, DVM (Owner)
Mindy has been practicing emergency and critical care medicine since 2002. She completed her Bachelor of Science, double majoring in zoology and biology at the University of Tennessee. Mindy is certified in acupuncture, graduating from the Chi Institute in Gainesville Florida, and holds a master’s degree in neuropsychology. She continued her veterinary education graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Mindy enjoys spending time together with her three daughters and husband, traveling, camping, hiking, running, and skiing.
Ziv Brill, DVM
As a young boy growing up in Jerusalem, Israel, Dr. Brill dreamed that one day, he would become a veterinarian. In his teens, he began working at the Jerusalem Zoo where he helped to care for a variety of animals in different departments, including the zoo’s clinic. At the age of twenty three, Dr. Brill decided to pursue his lifelong dream by studying at the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Brno, Czech Republic. While at the university, he spent most of his time in the Exotic Animals Department and the Surgical Department. After graduation, Dr. Brill moved back to Jerusalem where he worked for two years as an emergency veterinarian at the JSPCA hospital before moving to the US in 2015. Dr. Brill spends his free time with his wife and daughter, their two pit bulls, chihuahua, and cat. His hobbies include traveling and snowboarding.
Matt Hanovic, DVM
After receiving his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Binghamton University, Dr. Hanovic went on to study in Canada at the Atlantic Veterinary College on Prince Edward Island where he received his doctorate. During his senior year, he was the recipient of the Zoetis Award for Excellence in Companion Animal Health Care. As an employee of Animal Emergency Service both prior to and during his veterinary training, he looks forward to continuing to advance his veterinary career alongside his AES family. Dr. Hanovic’s medical interests include emergency medicine, dermatology, oncology, and strengthening the bond between humans and their animal companions. As the dad of a rescued pit bull mix named Hudson and Hudson’s feline partner in crime, Yankee, Dr. Hanovic takes an insightful approach to fostering the human-animal bond of his patients and their families. In his spare time, Dr. Hanovic enjoys various outdoor activities and traveling both near and far. He is also an avid movie buff.
Erinn Mackey, DVM
After earning her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Tuskegee University where she previously double majored in biology and animal science, Dr. Mackey moved to New York from her home in Atlanta. She completed a small animal internship at Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island. During the internship, Dr. Mackey would rotate through emergency, internal medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, oncology, dentistry, and dermatology departments. At the start of her career, she worked in general practice for a few years until she returned to her true love, emergency medicine, which is why Dr. Mackey came to join Animal Emergency Service. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, camping, skiing, snowboarding, and spending time with her spoiled dog, Momo.
Jennifer To, BVSc
In her youth, Dr. To moved from Hong Kong to the United States. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Stanford University. While residing in California, she volunteered at the Humane Society as a behavior trainer for rescue dogs. She then moved across the globe to Australia to complete her veterinary education. In 2012 she graduated with first class honors from the University of Melbourne Faculty of Veterinary Science. Upon graduation, Dr. To completed a small animal rotating internship and a small animal surgery internship in New York. Her professional interests include emergency and critical medicine, as well as surgery. In her spare time, Dr. To enjoys traveling and the outdoors.
Dana Cremen, Hospital Administrator
Growing up in Southern California, Dana had a menagerie of pets, including rabbits, cats, dogs, and a horse. It was a love of animals, in general, that steered her towards a career in veterinary medicine. In 1993, while attending college in Southern California, Dana started as a receptionist at the Golden Cove Animal Clinic. She then trained there as a veterinary technician and assisted in inventory management. After VCA Antech, Inc. bought the clinic, Dana stayed on and would hold several positions in the coming years. She was Hospital Manager, Risk and Safety Manager, and spent 13 years as Regional Operations Director overseeing 14 animal hospitals. After many years of traveling, Dana joined the team at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in 2014. Then, after two years, she joined Animal Emergency Service. Outside of work, Dana enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters, and, of course, a variety of pets including dogs, bearded dragons, guinea pigs, and a gerbil.
Briana Rasmuson, LVT
Briana has been with Animal Emergency Service since 2014. She grew up here on Long Island and has worked in the animal field for over 15 years. After working in general practice for many years, she discovered her passion for emergency medicine while working at an ER facility in Texas. She graduated in 2010 from Suffolk County Community College with her Associates Degree in Veterinary Technology. During her time in a supervisory role with the Guide Dog Foundation, she realized her enjoyment in leading and managing others. Briana’s current fur babies include an 8 yr. old pit-bull mix named Topher, as well as two sibling 16 yr. old cats , Harley and Chopper. Also, a certified yoga instructor when she isn’t working she enjoys playing with her two children, her yoga practice or time spent outside.