Dr. Hannah Evans
Dr. Hannah Evans grew up in Pasadena, Maryland, and returned to the state after receiving her DVM degree at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015 and completing her rotating internship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2016. While in veterinary school, she participated in University of Tennessee’s Anesthesia Crew. This provided 12 additional weeks of anesthesia training above that of a typical veterinary student. It was during this time that she developed a proficiency and love of anesthesia. Since 2016, Dr. Evans has worked in a veterinary neurology and imaging practice, where she achieved the role of Director of Imaging. In addition to overseeing anesthesia on imaging patients, she supervises the other imaging anesthesia veterinarians, trains the supporting technician staff in anesthesia, and spearheads the outpatient imaging program. Dr. Evans has one dog, a lovable pit bull she rescued named Mack, who is also a patient of CVNI for his epilepsy management.