From the reception area to the exam room, our team of proactive caregivers and pet lovers works together to create a warm and welcoming experience for both you and your pet. Our goal is to work as a team, to provide our services in a clean, safe, friendly and professional environment for all patients, clients, and staff members. We will strive to meet both the needs of individual clients and patients, as well as to contribute to the well-being and improvement of our community.

If you are interested in joining our team, please complete this application.


Madeline J. Scofield, DVM cVA

Practice Owner, Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Madeline “Maddie” Scofield was born and raised in Odessa, Texas. She attended Texas Tech Univ. for an undergraduate degree in Zoology and earned her DVM from Oklahoma State Univ. in 2010. Dr. Scofield worked in Colorado and Wyoming, where she received certification in veterinary acupuncture from Colorado State Univ. prior to moving to the Eastern Shore with her husband Dr. David Scofield in 2012. She enjoys all areas of small animal practice but feels special satisfaction in treating senior patients using alternative treatments and hospice as well as performing soft tissue surgery, and building lasting relationships with clients and their pets. Dr. Scofield grew up with gun dogs and enjoys watching any sporting breed in action on the Eastern Shore. When not working, she enjoys trail walking with her dogs and baby, outdoor sports, fishing, cooking, gardening, and traveling with her family.

Dr. Kathleen Stevens, VMD

Associate Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Kathleen (Katie) Stevens graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine with a focus in mixed animal medicine. She was born in California, but with a father in the military, moved to many different states before her family finally settled in Northern Virginia. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in both Biology and Psychology before going straight to veterinary school in Philadelphia, PA. Following graduation, she completed a one-year internship in Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery at NC State Veterinary Hospital in Raleigh, NC to obtain more experience working with large animals. Dr. Stevens started working at Chestertown Animal Hospital in August 2017, working both in the small animal hospital and on the road treating large animal patients. She lives in Chestertown with her adorable pitbull/box mix Lennie and her two cats, Gemma and Samson, all adopted during her time in veterinary school in Philadelphia. When not at work you may see her running around the neighborhood or hiking with her dog! She hopes to one day have a farm of her own while somehow finding time to travel and see as much of the world as possible.

Dr. Rebecca Christie, VMD

Associate Small Animal Veterinarian

Dr. Rebecca Christie graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine where she studied both large and small animal medicine. She was born and raised in Connecticut before eventually heading off to Pennsylvania to obtain her undergraduate degree in psychology at Bucknell University. After graduation, she spent several years in Texas working at a wildlife center that focused on saving endangered species, and it was this work that confirmed her decision to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Christie has spent the last twenty years working as a relief/part-time veterinarian all over Maryland’s Eastern Shore. She currently lives with her cats, Twinkie Two Toes and Kermit, and her dog, Tink. When not working she enjoys reading, horseback riding, and taking photos of our hospital cat, Ballz, to post on Facebook.



Veterinary Assistant and Kennel Assistant

Sara joined our team in September 2016. She is currently attending University of Delaware to obtain her bachelors in preveterinary medicine. She hoped to attend veterinary school in Oklahoma. In her free time she enjoys spending time on the family farm and hunting with her Labrador.


Veterinary Technician

Sarah has been with Chestertown Animal Hospital since February 2019. She has worked in the veterinary field since 2013. She grew up on a small farm outside of Centreville with lots of different animals. Sarah also got certified as an EMT at Chesapeake College in 2018. She enjoys being outside, on the boat and playing with her Labradors!


Veterinary Technician

Autumn grew up in New Mexico and moved here in 2014. She graduated from Delaware Technical Community College as a Licensed Vet Tech in 2020 and became licensed in Maryland in 2021. She enjoyed spending time with her family and animals, reading and being outdoors.


Veterinary Technician
Lexi grew up in Crownsville Maryland and moved to the Eastern Shore in 2016. She is currently attending Penn Foster to become a licensed vet tech. She grew up riding and working with horses. Lexi has a horse named Chance, an australian shepherd named Benji, and a bearded dragon named Spyro. In her free time she likes spending time with her family, her animals, and being outdoors.


Veterinary Assistant

I grew up in Wisconsin and moved to the eastern shore in 2020. In my free time I enjoy watching Netflix, going shopping, taking my dog Rain to the dog park and spending time with my fiancé. I also have a rabbit named Chester, two leopard geckos named Taco and Shirai. I recently finished a course to become a certified veterinary assistant and will eventually continue schooling to become a licensed technician.


Client Service Representative

Brianna has been apart of the CAH team since May 2020. She grew up in Centreville, but has just moved to Easton after living in Chestertown for 5 years. Her two kitties, Georgia and Panda, as well as her two rats, Mama and Lucille, keep her company! Prior to CAH, she worked at a couple of the local animal shelters for about 2 years- first as an Animal Care Technician, and then as an Adoptions Manager. In her free time, you can catch her on stage at the local community theatre’s, or out learning new hobbies. Including (but not limited to!) roller skating, cooking, painting, arts & crafts, kayaking, and teaching Panda to walk on a leash!


Tiffany has been with Chestertown Animal Hospital since June 2020. She grew up and currently still lives in Earleville MD. She graduated from Bohemia Manor High School and then attended Cecil College where she became a Certified Veterinary Assistant. She is currently attending Penn Foster to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. She grew up in 4-H, working with small animals and knew that was her calling.


Administrative Coordinator

Theresa was born in Annapolis and grew up on the Western Shore. She and her husband moved to the Eastern Shore in 2017. In 2019 they planted their roots in Chestertown with their dog Sammy and 2 cats Margaret and Josephine. In their free time you can find them traveling and making memories.


Customer Service Representative

Kim (Skye) grew up in Kent County MD and had an affinity for animals at a young age. She graduated from Kent County High School as a Certified CNA/GNA. After moving back to Kent County from Florida, with her fiancé Joe, she decided to switch to animal medical field. She joined our staff in July 2014. In August 2017 she left to try a new opportunity, which including being a stay at home mom. She rejoined our team in April 2019. Her interests include art, reading, hunting, enjoying nature and spending time with family.


Balz, our mascot and Doctor in training, has been with us since March 2019. When he’s not wandering around the hospital boosting morale, you can find him drooling on CAH staff, lazing in front of sunny windows, or getting in trouble for chewing on everything his little paws can reach. CAH sure wouldn’t be the same without him!