Jill Ausenbaugh, DVM — Chief of Staff
Dr. Jill Ausenbaugh, our Chief of Staff, is a 1991 graduate of Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. Since completing her internship at North Carolina State University, she has practiced throughout the country. Following her husband's retirement from the US Navy, Dr. Ausenbaugh has settled in the Southern Maryland area. She joined our veterinary team in October of 2008.
Her areas of interest include behavior, ophthalmology and oncology. Dr. Ausenbaugh has a soft spot for beagles, which make up her family of two dogs.
Nancy Ball, DVM
Dr. Nancy Ball founded Solomons Veterinary Medical Center in 1993. A 1983 graduate of the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine, she has practiced in Southern Maryland since graduation. Her areas of interest include dermatology, gastrointestinal disease, and endoscopy.
Dr. Ball's animal family includes three cats and two dogs.
Tabitha Buyert, DVM
Dr. Tabitha Buyert grew up in Joilet, Illinois and currently resides in Great Mills, Maryland. She received an undergraduate degree in Zoology from Iowa State University and earned a DVM degree from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to becoming a doctor and joining the Solomon Veterinary Medical Center team, Dr. Buyert worked as a veterinary technician in Illinois for five years. Her special interests include anesthesia, nutrition, and exotic pets.
Emily Hurley, DVM
Dr. Emily Hurley grew up in Mechanicsville and currently resides in California, Maryland. She received two undergraduate degrees from Virginia Tech and earned a DVM degree from Midwestern University. Her special interests include surgery, Eastern medicine, and pocket pets.
Outside of the practice, Dr. Hurley enjoys hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, knitting, and sewing. She also has a three-year-old rescue dog, named Bane and a 10-year-old, Belgian/Thoroughbred/Morgan cross horse, named Jazz.