Since veterinary medicine is a dynamic science, our staff and veterinarians are constantly working to build on their expertise and knowledge base for the benefit of your best friends. You can rest assured that when you walk through our doors, your pet’s needs will be met with skill, as well as genuine compassion and tenderness.
Matthew Steinberg, DVM
In January of 2012 Dr. Steinberg became an owner and partner of West Hills East Veterinary Clinic. He is a native Long Islander and graduate of Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. In 2005 he performed a rotating small animal surgery and medicine internship at the Animal Medical Center in Manhattan and spent the following year as an emergency veterinarian at Bluepearl Specialty and Emergency Hospital in Manhattan. He spent another 2 years practicing high quality veterinary medicine as a general practitioner at Park East Animal Hospital in Manhattan. Dr. Steinberg has two kids that keep him happily busy, twins Daniel and Hannah, and two dogs, an Aussiedoodle Lily, and Cavapoo Sandy. His special interests in veterinary medicine include neurology, emergency medicine, and especially being the bridge between owners and pets helping people keep their pets happy and healthy.
Francesca attends Suffolk County Community College and plans on starting out as a vet technician. She hopes to move on to vet school after a couple of years. In her free time, Francesca rides horses and volunteers at The Adoption Center (a no-kill shelter in Medford). She lives happily with her five dogs, two rabbits, four bearded dragons, ten fish, and a bird. Francesca is really happy and excited to be part of the Commack Veterinary Center family!
Donna’s love for animals started when she was very young. While in high school, Donna decided to study to become a veterinary technician. She went to Farmingdale State College and graduated in 1992. Donna has two beautiful children, Michael and Olivia. She also has three dogs, a rabbit, and a hamster.
Megan is an attendant here at CVC. She attends Suffolk County Community College for Veterinary Science Technology. She always loved animals from a young age. She volunteered at her local animal shelter and rehabilitation center. She grew up with many animals. Now she lives at home with her 3 cats, dog, rabbit, rat, chinchilla and 9 chickens.
Diana is one of our receptionists. She is reliable, compassionate, and outgoing to our clients and patients. She loves animals and is excited to be part of the CVC family. She has two teenage boys and her adorable Lhasa Apso.
Nicole is an attendant here at CVC. She attends the 4-year vet tech program at Mercy College with hopes of continuing to vet school one day. She has had a passion for animals ever since she was little. Her favorite breed is Golden Retrievers. She has 2 dogs, a rabbit, and 3 rats.