Richard H. Fried, VMD
Doctor Fried, our medical director and owner, has been serving the Upper West Side for over 25 years. An alumnus of Oberlin College, he graduated Summa Cum Laude from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. While there, he served as president of his class, was elected to the veterinary honor society, and received the prestigious Merck Award. Dr. Fried went on to complete an internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Penn before moving back to New York City.
After spending 12 successful years as an associate veterinarian at Westside Veterinary Center and Animal General, Dr. Fried founded Lincoln Square Veterinary Hospital in 2000. Since then, he has seen it grow into a flourishing practice where his commitment to client relationships and the highest level of companion animal care continues to attract patients from all over the city.
A strict vegetarian, Dr. Fried is also a member of Veterinarians for Animal Rights, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). At home he attends to a parrot, a turtle, a fish, rascally rats, and the other loves of his life: his wife Stella and daughters Lila and Sylvie.
Hilary Jones, DVM
Dr. Jones graduated with a Bachelor of Science in biology from Northeastern University and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. She then completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialists, now BluePearl Veterinary Partners. Her veterinary interests include oncology, internal medicine, and emergency care. While not at work she enjoys baking, traveling, and exploring New York's neighborhoods and restaurants.
Nuala McDermott, DVM
Dr. McDermott joined the practice in June 2008. She is a graduate of St. George School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. McDermott spent her clinical year at Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She and her pug Hank live on the Upper West Side and they can be seen out and about enjoying all the neighborhood has to offer.
Jane Kosovsky, DVM
Dr. Kosovsky specializes in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery and, as our principal surgeon, handles all of her patients with the highest caliber of care and expertise. After earning her degree from Ohio State's veterinary school, she then completed her veterinary internship and surgical residency at Animal Medical Center (AMC) in New York City and has over 18 years of surgery experience behind her. As one of the most respected veterinary surgeons in the city, our clients and their pets are fortunate to be able to put their trust in her.
Jane Cho, DVM, DACVO
Our ophthalmologist, Dr. Cho, graduated from Cornell University's veterinary school in the top of her class. Since completing an internship at the AMC and an ophthalmology residency back at Cornell, she has specialized in animal eye care for over 10 years.
Besides being a member of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Dr. Cho has been published in numerous veterinary journals and ophthalmology textbooks. The deep passion she holds for her work is reflected in the level of skill and concern she provides her patients and their owners.
Alexandra Jaramillo, L.V.T., C.V.T.
Alex has been in the field of veterinary medicine since 1994. Being a licensed veterinary technician in both New York and New Jersey, she brings a wealth of knowledge to our practice. Alex has been managing on the clinical and administrative side for over 20 years and heads up our management team. She enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and their two Havanese—Sassy and Cooper.
Originally from Green Bay, Wisconsin, Sharon came to New York as a dancer, later becoming involved in costume design. She graduated from Traphagen School of Fashion at the top of her class, while supporting herself as a freelance bookkeeper. After starting a family, she became CFO for a real estate investment company. At the same time, she turned her passion for collecting into “My Share Antiques,” an Upper West Side venture for almost a decade.
Sharon has been associated with LSVets since its inception in 1999. Initially employed for her expertise as a bookkeeper, her business acumen has afforded her the opportunity to become the Lincoln Square Veterinary Financial Administrator.
Licensed Veterinary Technician- Nurse Supervisor
Michele , L.V.T.
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Michele is a licensed veterinary technician originally from San Diego, where she graduated from Mesa College with her degree in veterinary technology. She then moved to Hawaii for 5 years, where she continued working with animals. Bidding farewell to year-round warm weather, she headed east and resides in Brooklyn with her husband, daughter and three cats. Michele has been with Lincoln Square Vet Hospital since 2009.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Maurice is one of our overnight technicians. He monitors your pets when they’re spending the night and makes sure everyone is A-OK! His cool and calm demeanor transcends in all he does. He takes great pride in caring for your pets.
Emily’s smiling face has been putting our clients and patients at ease since 2000. She also keeps things together at the front desk and manages special events like our annual holiday party. At home, she and her daughter, Rachel, dote on their cats, Genevive and Marcel.
Annie joined Lincoln Square in 2008. Annie’s years of experience in the veterinary field have made her an indispensable member of our reception staff. Annie takes care of all of our domestic and international travel documents and makes travel a breeze for clients. When Annie isn’t at Lincoln Square, she has her hands full with her two mischievous Yorkies.
Carmen has been with LSVH since 2015. She is currently in school studying to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Carmen just loves caring for our patients and will be an excellent nurse in the near future.
Jose does a fantastic job of keeping our facilities sparkling clean every day. He also has a special touch with the orphaned Artemis kittens that need constant care and attention.