Hillview Veterinary Clinic, LLC

1761 Thornburg Lane
Franklin, IN 46131

(317)736-8880

hillviewvets.com

                               

Erin Lee Arvin, RVT (Practice Manager)

My name is Erin Lee Arvin, and I am the practice manager at Hillview Veterinary Clinic. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Women's Studies with a minor in English from Hanover College and an Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Harrison College in Indianapolis. I became a Registered Veterinary Technician after passing the VTNE in 2012. I am currently working toward my CVPM certification (Certified Veterinary Practice Manager), but have a special interest in accounts receivable and client communication. Also, I enjoy Hillview's work with local rescues and shelters and mentor high school students to further their interest in veterinary medicine. I love rodents, and my husband Jon and I have a Roborovski hamster named Goodwilma. In early 2017, we adopted a Golden Retriever named Hope from our local Humane Society, and we also have a lovable orange tiger cat named Lou. In my free time, I enjoy reading, genealogy, cooking, vintage everything, and spending time with my huge extended family. 

Alissa Hansen, Receptionist:

My name is Alissa Hansen and I'm a veterinary receptionist at Hillview. I have been working here since 2007 and each day is a new experience. I absolutely love my job because I get to combine two of my favorite things in life, people and animals. At home I enjoy spending quality time with my two sons, my fiancé and of course my two cats Oliver and Randall. I love being outdoors, so we go to parks a lot to let my kids burn off some steam. I also love movies, so on cloudy days we just stay in and have movie nights and eat popcorn. It makes it a little less difficult to leave my family and come to work because I know that the day will never be dull, and Hillview is my home away from home.

 

Roxa Deaton, Receptionist: 

I have loved animals as long as I can remember. Our animal family members have included alpacas, angora goats, a burro, calves, cats, chickens, canaries, dogs, llamas, parakeets, rabbits, sheep, and snakes. Oops! I almost forgot the mouse and the rat. I enjoy spinning animal fibers into yarn and then weaving or knitting textiles to wear or use in our home. Nearly all of our animals have been strays or from rescues and shelters (including the livestock!) All of them have been blessings and brought much joy into my life.