Inga Bailey, DVM — Chief of Staff
Our Chief of Staff, Dr. Inga Bailey, graduated from Cornell University in 2005. Since graduation, she has spent most of her professional career in emergency medicine. Her professional interests include ophthalmology, emergency/critical care medicine and pain management.
When Dr. Bailey is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, boxing and curling up with her Abyssinian cross kitty.
Isabelle Poulin, DVM
Dr. Isabelle Poulin graduated in 2004 from the University of Montreal with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, she worked at a very busy practice in Montreal for a year and a half before settling in Texas with her husband. While in Texas, Dr. Poulin worked at a practice from 2005-2010, while also giving birth to two "little Texans." She moved to Massachusetts when her youngest was just 2 weeks old to be closer to family and experience the four seasons again.
In her spare time, Dr. Poulin enjoys photography, hiking, traveling and activities with her family.
Michelle McPartlan, VMD
Dr. Michelle McPartlan joined the Hudson Animal Hospital team in November 2015. A Massachusetts native, she grew up in Littleon and now resides in Clinton. Dr. McPartlan attended Johns Hopkins University for undergraduate studies before heading to the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned a VMD degree in 2007.
Prior to joining us, Dr. McPartlan practiced at the Middlesex Veterinary Center in Littleton. Her professional interests include feline medicine and internal medicine.
Dr. McPartlan is a member of Dance Prism, a local ballet company. She also enjoys crafting, baking, and playing with her two little boys and their three cats — Khensu, Artemis, and Freyja.
Kaitlin Rondeau, DVM
Dr. Kaitlin Rondeau grew up in Chelmsford and still lives there today. She attended Pine Manor College for her undergraduate degree, and Tufts University for her veterinary degree. Prior to joining the Hudson Animal Hospital team, she practiced at the Middlesex County Animal Hospital.
Dr. Rondeau's special interests include pain management and senior pet care. She has a dog and cat of her own - Daisy, a beagle, and Gracie. In her spare time, she enjoys running and triathlons.