Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital
2211 Morello Avenue
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Phone: 925-676-1909
© 2011 Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital, All Rights Reserved 

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m.—6:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.

Welcome to Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital!

Founded in 1989, the Pleasant Hill pet ownership community and veterinary peers recognize the Hillcrest dedication to excellent medicine and compassionate animal care. Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital employs a team approach to your pet’s primary care: veterinarians and technical staff develop specific plans for each animal. 

Like you, the staff at Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital loves animals and considers them members of the family. We support our animal patients and their families with the best diagnostic, medical, and surgical methods, providing complete veterinary services for your pets:
Surgery  Radiology   Preventative Programs    
Medicine  Dentistry  Nutrition

We actively refer to area specialists for 
additional treatment options:
Dermatology  Ophthalmology   Internal Medicine  
Oncology  Diagnostic Imaging


Born and raised in the South Bay, Dr. Anderson learned to love veterinary medicine at the young age of 13, working at his local veterinary hospital part-time. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology, his Masters in Neuroscience, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine all at Washington State University. Following veterinary school, he completed a one-year rotating internship at East Bay Veterinary Specialists and Emergency in Walnut Creek, California, to further his knowledge and skills.  

Dr. Anderson and his family live in Pleasant Hill and have very much enjoyed all the local community has to offer. Dr. Anderson met his wife, Jennifer, also a veterinarian, during graduate school. They now have two daughters and two dogs to keep them busy away from their respective practices.


A longtime northern California resident, Dr. Thibedeau completed his Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Northern Arizona University, and earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at University of California/Davis. He updates his medical skills with more than 50 hours of annual continuing education.


Dr. Lamp, a self-admitted military kid, has lived all over Europe and the United States, and the East Bay since 1992. She attended University of California/San Diego and The Ohio State University. Initially, her interests centered on aquatic exotics until she recognized an inherent surgery skill early in her career. 

After 16 years as a practice owner, she now concentrates on comprehensive care for cats and dogs in a general practice. She especially enjoys the challenges of internal medicine and surgery. Dr. Lamp loves the enduring strength of the family-centered practice a Hillcrest Veterinary Hospital. "The key to Hillcrest is its understanding of how cats and dogs interact with people," she says, "and how modern medicine has helped."