Elizabeth Hodge, DVM
Dr. Elizabeth Hodge’s special interests include ultrasound, geriatric care, palliative care/ pain management, managing endocrine disorders, as well as general medicine. Dr. Hodge is originally from the sunny shores of Boca Raton, Florida where she grew up volunteering at the local humane society and was also an active member of the South Florida Working Dog Club. She earned her DVM degree from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. During her time at Cornell University Dr. Hodge was a member of Phi Zeta, the National Veterinary Honor Society, for her excellent scholastic record. Additionally, she received the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Certificate of Clinical Excellence for outstanding knowledge and clinical ability in veterinary internal medicine as well as a scholarship from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation and Zoetis for veterinary students capable of addressing the diversity of our changing world.
Prior to joining the Hingham Animal Clinic team, Dr. Hodge returned to warmer climates for an internship at the University of Georgia, where she solidified her passion for internal medicine and endocrinology. Thereafter, she pursued a Large Animal Internal Medicine residency at the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center which she completed in 2019. Dr. Hodge continues to demonstrate a passion for practicing high quality, evidence-based medicine and client education.
In her spare time, Dr. Hodge enjoys hiking, learning new things, and practicing American Sign Language. She also has a retired National Show Horse named, Red Status Symbol, a German Shepherd named, Zeik, and a domestic short hair named, Savvy Cat.