Emily Clare Gann, DVM
Dr. Gann attended Purdue University for her undergraduate degree of Animal Science in 1993 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She then joined the staff of Illiana Veterinary Hospital where she has since enjoyed the challenge of administering medical and surgical care to patients that are unable to directly communicate their symptoms.
Dr. Gann enjoys walking with her two Beagles, Snoopy and Daphne. Outside of the office, her two children keep her active with PTA, Boy Scouts, Swim Club, and Band.
Dr. Gann looks forward to seeing you and your pet on your next visit at Illiana Veterinary Hospital.
Wanda M. González-Quintana, DVM
Dr. González-Quintana grew up in Puerto Rico and attended the University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez for her undergraduate degree. She received her veterinary degree from Tuskegee University in Alabama. Prior to joining the Illiana Veterinary Hospital team in March 2017, she practiced at another animal hospital in Cincinnati.
In her spare time, Dr. González-Quintana enjoys listening to music, working out, taking walks, watching TV, and reading. She has a few pets of her own in Puerto Rico - a dog named Shaggy, three cockatiels, Gugu, Peewee, and Pupi, and two turtles, Donatello and Michaelangelo. She also just brought home a cute little 6-month-old Shih Tzu named Chilly.
Davis W. Jones, DVM — Retired
After 41 years of dedicated service to the pets of South Holland, Dr. Jones has retired.
Dr. Jones is a 1972 graduate of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. He first started practicing at Ridge Animal Clinic in Lansing, Illinois in 1972, then moved to Illiana Veterinary Hospital in 1975. "A simple 'thank you' seems inadequate to express my sincere gratitude for the trust that each of you has given me in caring for your pets at Illiana Veterinary Hospital over the past 40+ years." Read more of Dr. Jones's farewell letter here.
Dr. Jones enjoys playing with his granddog, Maggie, as well as bicycling and gardening. He looks forward to his next job as full time “Papa” to two granddaughters and another grandchild on the way.