Dr. Steve Harman, Practice Owner & Veterinarian
Dr. Steve Harman is a life-long resident of the tri-state area graduating from Keyser High School in 1971. He attended Potomac State College and the Ohio State University and received his veterinary degree in 1978. Upon completion of his degree, Dr. Harman and his family relocated back to Eckhart, MD where he began his veterinary career and founded Hillside Animal Hospital. He currently resides locally with his wife, Jean and dog Herbie.
Dr. Benjamin Harman, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Ben is a life-long resident of Western Maryland. He graduated from Beall High School in 1996 and proceeded to Potomac State College where he obtained an AA degree in Animal Science. From there, he traveled to Ohio State University to attend 1 year of further undergraduate studies before he was accepted to the VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Ben graduated from the VMRCVM in 2003 and has been employed with Hillside Animal Hospital since graduation. He currently resides in Frostburg with his wife Holly, son Cameron, daughter Madilyn, and furry family Ellie, Rosie, Violet, and Atticus.
Dr. Tom Vogtman, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Vogtman is a life long resident of Western Maryland graduating from Beall High School in 1996. He then attended Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he received his B.S. degree in Biology in 2000. Dr. Vogtman received his veterinary degree from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003 and has been practicing here at Hillside Animal Hospital since graduation. Dr. Vogtman lives locally with his wife Joan and his sons Kyle, Carl, and Colin.
Dr. Nicole Lloyd, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Lloyd was born and raised in Frostburg and is a 2012 graduate from Mountain Ridge High School. She attended Frostburg State University pursuing a journalism degree until the loss of her childhood pet, a Himalayan, made her realize how truly important animals are to her. Dr. Lloyd graduated from Frostburg in 2016 with a biology degree and subsequently attended veterinary school at Virginia Tech. Upon graduation in May of 2020, she returned home to be near family, most of whom still live in Frostburg. While she has a love for all animals, she is especially fond of cats, including her 2 rescues, Chance and Max.