Emergency Doctors

Dr. Olga van Beek with her dog Junebug

Olga van Beek, DVM


Practice Limited to Emergency & Critical Care

Dr. van Beek received a Bachelor of Science in Biology, her DVM from Virginia Tech and is a current member of the AVMA, VVMA and VECCS. She has been a practicing veterinarian since 1990 and has been at VRCC as one of the owners since its inception in 1997. Dr. van Beek’s focus is on emergency medicine.

When Dr. van Beek is not working she enjoys gardening (both at home and at the hospital), spending time with her children and rescuing animals. She currently has five dogs, five cats, goats, sheep, cows, chickens, ducks, a llama, peacocks and a pony.


Dr. Erica Ditzler

Erica Ditzler, DVM


Practice Limited to Emergency & Critical Care

Dr. Ditzler first began her career in veterinary medicine by receiving a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Medical Technology at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. Immediately following, she attended The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she obtained her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, Dr. Ditzler then completed a small animal rotating internship at Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital in Akron, OH.

In addition to a love for emergency and critical care, Dr. Ditzler has special interests in neurology and toxicology. She is a current member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association and the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association.

In her downtime, Dr. Ditzler enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling with her husband. Dr. Ditzler currently has a chocolate lab named Ruger, Dogtor Jack, and a tortoiseshell cat named Sadie.


Dogtor Jack

Dogtor Jack, Dogtorate of Veterinary Medicine


Practice Limited to Dogtoring

Dogtor Jack got his start in veterinary medicine after being brought into VRCC by Hanover Animal Control, emaciated and Heartworm Positive. He was adopted by Dr. Ditzler and earned an honorary Dogtorate in Veterinary Medicine from Rufts University, College of Veterinary Medicine.

Professionally, Jack enjoys networking events on the Brandermill trails and is always interested in meeting new colleagues. Jack enjoys learning and teaching, especially through his vlogs.

When Dogtor Jack is not hard at work he enjoys snuggling, ornithology, sunbathing, philately, and is an amateur archaeologist (he mostly digs up bones and eats them). He loves watching The Big Bang Theory and enjoys quality time with his best friend, Ruger. Dogtor Jack is all about making life an adventure.



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