Medway Animal Hospital

Medway Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Medway, MA. The professional and courteous staff at Medway Animal Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Medway Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Medway, MA and surrounding areas.

Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find our more information about how Medway Animal Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
  • Mon: 8:00am- 7:00pm
  • Tue-Thu: 8:00am- 8:00pm
  • Fri: 8:00am- 5:00pm
  • Sat: 8:00am- 3:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • Michael Robinson, DVM

    Dr. Robinson began his veterinary education in Torino, Italy and graduated from Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1982. Upon graduation he worked in upstate New York as a mixed animal practitioner and presently continues to support local farms. He has been at Medway Animal Hospital since 1989.  Dr. Robinson has three children; Gene and Hannah, twins, and their older brother Dan. He and his wife, Arleth, share their home with "Mimi" (Papillon) and a feline, named "Cleo". In his free time, he enjoys jogging, backpacking, camping in N.H., skiing, and motorcycling.
  • Meryl Kardon, VMD

      Dr. Meryl Kardon is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She has been practicing veterinary medicine for over twenty years. In addition to private practice she has worked with shelter animals, performing surgeries and medical work ups needed to facilitate adoptions.
     Dr. Kardon loves interacting with people and their pets to keep them as healthy and comfortable as they can be. She enjoys working on challenging dermatology cases.
     Dr. Kardon lives in Boston with her husband, Geoffrey ( also a veterinarian) and her black lab, "Shmoo". In her leisure time she bicycles, hikes with "Shmoo" and visits with her adult sons, Zack, a musician and Adam, a neuroscientist. 

  • Monica Mansfield, DVM

    Dr. Monica Mansfield attended VA Tech for her undergraduate training. She attended Cornell University's New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1987. She practiced in small animal practices in New Hampshire for several years, both in the NH hills and on the seacoast, then in central Massachusetts for twelve years before joining Medway Animal Hospital in early 2005. She and her husband (also a veterinarian) have two boys, joined by four housecats. Dr. Mansfield is the author of a memoir, "The Black Panties: Tales of Animal Mischief and Veterinary Intrigue," a collection of stories from her first year in practice. She has also recently published a children’s book about pet loss called "When You Have To Say Goodbye and Loving & Letting Go Of Your Pet". She has served as the MVMA's public relations committee chairperson for several years.
    Dr. Mansfield is a regular guest on Boston's WBZ radio station to answer callers veterinary questions.

  • Liz Olsen, DVM

    Dr. Liz Olsen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with highest distinction in mathematics from the University of Maine in 1971. She worked as a computer programmer/analyst in Connecticut and Hawaii.


    Dr. Olsen then changed careers, completing her veterinary studies at Colorado State University in 1988. She initially practiced in Framingham and Foxboro before joining the Medway Animal Hospital. As a practitioner, Dr. Olsen has a special interest in internal medicine and geriatric care.


    She and her husband, Bob built their log cabin home where they live with their five cats: Putty, Izzy, Freddie, Monty and Sally. When not working, Dr. Olsen enjoys cooking, gardening, aerobics, camping, boating and travel.

  • Dr. Lisa Goldman, VMD

    Dr. Lisa Goldman earned her degree in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003.  For the first decade of her career she practiced in small animal clinics of every size and description as she accompanied her husband, an Army Veterinary Corps Officer, on his assignments across the United States.  Four states and three children later, Dr. Goldman’s family decided to put down roots in Massachusetts.  Dr. Goldman's clinical interests include internal medicine, dermatology and feline medicine.  She especially enjoys establishing close relationships with her clients and their pets.  Family events take up much of Dr. Goldman’s time outside the clinic; but when she has the chance she enjoys skiing, running, cooking, and playing tennis among other activities.  In addition to Dr. Goldman's husband and their three children, the Goldman household includes one dog (“Sparkle” the golden retriever), one cat (“Sophie”), one hamster (“Lulu”), and seven zebra fish (as yet unnamed).