Dr. Jeffrey Strom with tiger cubDr. Strom, our Chief of Staff, has been practicing at Hilton Hospital for Animals for more than 30 years. He grew up in Queens (Glen Oaks), New York, and currently resides in East Rockaway, Long Island. Dr. Strom studied at Northwestern University before attending Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, earning a DVM degree in 1979.

Prior to Hilton Hospital for Animals, Dr. Strom worked at Syosset Animal Hospital, a full-service animal hospital for dogs, cats, birds and exotics, from 1979-1980; and Bellerose Animal Hospital from 1980-1982. He has a special interest in veterinary dentistry and laser surgery.

Dr. Czarnomski has been taking care of pets at Hilton hospital for animals for more than 15 years. She grew up in Lindenhurst, NY, but now calls West Babylon home. Dr. Czarnomski completed undergraduate studies at SUNY Stonybrook in 1998 before earning a DVM degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (St Kitts, West Indies) in 2003.

Dr. Czarnomski works at LICKS spay/neuter clinic and Cove Animal Rescue. Her medical interest is in soft tissue surgery and dentistry. As the primary veterinary for LICKS, Dr. Czarnomski has performed over 10,000 procedures since 2009!

In addition to spending time with her 3 cats, Dr. C enjoys traveling and golf.

Dr. Christina Nutini with kittenDr. Nutini is an associate veterinarian at Hilton Hospital for Animals. She was born in the Bronx and continues to reside there. Dr. Nutini completed undergraduate studies at Southampton College before earning a DVM degree from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006.

After graduation, Dr. Nutini went on to complete an internship with Long Island Veterinary Specialists (LIVS) in Plainview, NY, before practicing at Miller-Clark Animal Hospital in Mamaroneck, NY. She has a special interest in neurology.

When she's not at the hospital, Dr. Nutini enjoys traveling and spending time with her friends and her three dogs, Gabby, Lucy, and Chewie.

Dr. Lindsey Davis, DVM with dogDr. Davis grew up in Beaverdam, Virginia and currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. She received an undergraduate degree from Sweet Briar College and a DVM degree from St. George's University. Her special interests include herd health and preventive veterinary medicine.

At home, Dr. Davis has a 7-year-old Doberman named Lady. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, horseback riding and reading.