Dr. Earl Willis
Dr. Willis is a 1994 graduate of the University of Virginia and graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. In veterinary school, Dr. Willis was a member of the student chapter of The Emergency and Critical Care Society and The Honor Society of Phi Zeta and continues to be a member of both as a professional. He is also a member of The Biltmore Who’s Who. Dr. Willis began his veterinary career practicing emergency medicine at the Veterinary Emergency Center and has a special interest in internal medicine and surgery. In 2009 Dr. Willis made the move to a full service veterinary practice when he opened Winterfield Veterinary Hospital with his partner Dr. Sara White.
In his spare time, Dr. Willis enjoys fly fishing, golf, being outdoors and playing lacrosse. Dr. Willis and his two children, Parker and Anne McKinley, reside in the Near West End. Their four legged children include three Japanese Chins, Jellybean, Dickens, and Dudley.
Dr. Sara White
Dr. Sara White was born in Colchester, England where she lived for 10 years and became an avid fan of James Herriot. She spent the rest of her childhood in Mclean, Virginia. After completing a bachelor of science degree from James Madison University in 1992 she attended Virginia Tech Veterinary School and graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She spent the first five years as a veterinarian in a small animal practice in Arlington, Virginia. During this time she volunteered at the D.C. humane society and helped start a mobile spay-neuter service. She moved to Richmond in 2000 and worked at West End Veterinary Hospital. After the birth of her first daughter she decided to become a relief veterinarian and practiced all over the Richmond metropolitan area up until the opening of Winterfield Veterinary Hospital. Her interests include internal medicine, pain management and geriatric care.
Dr. White has been married to her husband Gary since 2001. She and Gary reside in the West End with their three daughters, Lily, Sophie, and Addison. Their four legged children include a Labrador, a Newfoundland, and two cats. Her interests include running, skiing, dining out and traveling.
Dr. Jaime Infates W.
Dr. Infantes was born and grew up in Jerez de la Frontera in the south of Spain. He graduated in 2010 from the Facultad de Veterinaria de Córdoba, a top veterinary school in Spain (Córdoba College of Veterinary Medicine).
He began his veterinary career as an associate veterinarian at Clinica Veterinaria Las Adelfas, where he focused on small animal medicine and surgery. He moved to Virginia and practiced for several years at the Richmond SPCA.
Jaime is very excited to transition back to private practice with (Winterfield VH // John Rolfe AH // Fairfield VH).
Dr. Infantes lives in Henrico with his wife Jacqueline, a Richmonder he met while attending veterinary school in Córdoba, and his Dachshund Lola.
When not working, Dr. Infantes enjoys traveling with his wife, visiting every aquarium he can and he loves everything related to sea-life, snorkeling and horses.
Dr. Leah Kerner
Dr. Leah Kerner is originally from Northern Virginia, but considers herself a Richmond native. She received a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!) and went on to earn her degree from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017. Her professional interests include preventative care, internal medicine, and dermatology. She is Fear Free Certified and hopes to make veterinary visits less stressful for both you and your pet.
In her spare time, Dr. Kerner enjoys cruising around town on her motorcycle, exploring RVA’s culinary scene, grabbing a drink at her favorite brewery, and fan living with her cats, Andy and Lil G.
Dr. Samantha Tisnado
Bio Coming Soon!