590 Benfield Rd Severna Park, MD 21146 | Contact Us 410-647-0500 or 443-210-1996 If Connection Issue Occurs | Monday-Friday: 8:00am-7:00pm, Saturday : 8:00am-3:00pm

Now offering after hours Emergency Services

About Us

We are committed to providing your pets with top quality veterinary care.

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We are at your service, Monday-Friday: 8:00am-7:00pm, Saturday : 8:00am-3:00pm! Call us at 410-647-0500.

Meet our Experienced Team of Veterinary Professionals

With 30 years of combined veterinary experience, we’re pleased to provide a wide variety of veterinary care for your pets.

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Dr. Milad Gendi


Dr. Gendi graduated in 2005. He and his family moved to Maryland in 2010 and he joined Severn River Animal Hospital in 2019.

Dr. Gendi treats all four-legged family members as if they were his own. His compassion underscores why he is part of the healing community. As a Fear Free Certified veterinarian, he seeks to reduce stress, anxiety, and fear in your pets and is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care. Because the hospital is fully equipped with the latest medical technology, he is ready to meet the entire spectrum of your pets’ needs including preventative care, pain management, dentistry and surgeries.

He is committed to the highest standards of veterinary medicine and is a member of thefollowing organizations:

· (AVMA) American Veterinary Medical Association

· (GBVMA) Greater Baltimore Veterinary Medical Association

· (AACVMA) Anne Arundel County Veterinary Medical Association

· (AAHA) American Animal Hospital Association

· (AAFP)American Association of Feline Practitioners

· USDA Accredited Veterinarian

When he is not at the clinic providing compassionate care for animals, Dr. Gendi is enjoying the gift of his beautiful family – his wife, Mary, and their children, Jeremiah and Gianna.

Dr. Kellie Corcoran


Dr. Corcoran graduated from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. She is a die-hard K-State fan and loves K-State sports! After graduating, she stayed in Manhattan, Kansas working at a small animal practice there until she and her family moved to Maryland in 2009. Once she moved to Maryland, Dr. Corcoran worked in a small animal practice in Odenton for many years and often did relief work at the Annapolis SPCA performing surgeries on dogs, cats, & rabbits to get them prepared for adoption.

Her special interests include endocrinology, cardiology, and dermatology. Dr. Corcoran believes that preventative medicine is the key to raising a healthy, happy pet, which is why she encourages owners to perform routine bloodwork and other testing in order to diagnose diseases early, when they are easier to treat.  Dr. Corcoran believes that pets are family, and that protecting the human-animal bond requires compassion, empathy, and good communication. She is also interested in raising awareness of the importance of adopting rescue animals.

When she is not helping our furry friends, Dr. Corcoran enjoys reading, hiking, kayaking, playing the violin, watching the Ravens, Orioles, & Capitals and spending time with her family and rescue dog, Rocko.



Veterinary Assistant

Brittney is one of Severn River Animal Hospital’s Veterinary Assistants and has been in the veterinary field for 4 years. She is currently working on her Technician License and is also Fear Free Certified. Her favorite dog breed is a pug and she has a cute pug at home named Breadloaf. When she is not working, Brittney enjoys traveling and spending time with her Mom.


Veterinary Technician

Melissa has been in the animal field for over 5 years. Currently she is enrolled in Ashworth College Veterinary Technician program. Her interests include hiking, camping, fishing and anything that involves outdoor activities. She also enjoys riding her two quarter horses, Ace and Hallie. Melissa lives in Glen Burnie with her boyfriend and rescued Australian Cattle Dog, Ellie, and Bassett Hound named Hank.

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Office Manager

New to the veterinary profession, Mary is the wife of Dr. Gendi and works alongside him as the office manager of the practice. Mary has been a human medicine pharmacist since 2006 and plans to become certified as a veterinary pharmacist in the near future.

When she is not here or at her part-time pharmacy job, Mary can be found spending time with her and Dr. Gendi’s two children, Jeramiah and Gianna.

Lisa Conley



Lisa Conley is Severn River Animal Hospital’s newest team member. She may be new to the animal care profession; however, she has enjoyed her own fur babies her whole life. Currently her family’s pack includes a dog named Cash, 2 cats named Bailey & Priscilla, 2 ferrets named Looney & Rascal and one rabbit. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her husband and two teenage children. When she is not spending time with her family, you may find Lisa enjoying quiet time on her back porch reading a good suspense novel or perhaps one of the novels from the After romance series. She is enjoying learning the animal care profession from the Severn River Animal Hospital team and is looking forward to one day becoming a Vet Tech.

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Beth has been in the animal care profession since 2001. She currently lives in Glen Burnie with her husband. She has a dog named Lucy and a cat named Nala. Beth has seven grandchildren that she loves to spoil, and travels often to see her family.



Veterinary Assistant

Hannah is one of Severn River Animal Hospital’s Veterinary Assistants. She is currently attending Anne Arundel Community College and is majoring in biology. She is currently enrolled in AACC’s Veterinary Assistant program. Hannah enjoys working with all the pets at SRAH but is especially fond of cats. Her favorite cat breed is tabby and has one at home named Oliver. When she is not in school or working, she enjoys going to the beach with friends.

Our Mission & Values

We Value Relationships

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To serve our clients and patients in a professional and kind manner; to let our clients know they are valued and to develop long-term relationships with our clients and their pets.

Care Through All Life Stages


To provide excellent care to our patients throughout all stages of their lives; to foster long term relationships between clients, patients, and doctors; to promote wellbeing and preventative care; and to provide a professional, courteous atmosphere for our clients.

Strengthening Bonds

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To strive to promote the human-animal bond by improving and comfortably prolonging the lives of the animals we care for, while serving and educating our clients to make each visit enjoyable, educational, and beneficial to both you and your pets.

Unsurpassed Service

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To strengthen the bond between humans and their pets by providing unsurpassed veterinary service in a caring environment.

Promoting Health & Wellbeing

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To promote health and wellbeing in our patients, alleviate illness, pain, and suffering, and to support pet owners and our community.

Quality Care

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To provide our patients, clients, and community with the highest quality veterinary medical treatment, friendly and caring service, and personalized care.

Leading the future of veterinary medicine

Offering Preventative Wellness Services, Ultrasound, and Gentle Soft Tissue Surgery

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