Hawthorne Veterinary Clinic Staff
Cornelia Wagner, Dr. med. vet., CVA
Dr. Wagner grew up in East Germany and received her veterinary degree from the University of Leipzig in 1996. She has been working in private practice for about 10 years and moved to Portland in 2003.
Dr. Wagner believes in the integration of both Eastern and Western Medicine, guided by compassion, communication, and appropriate diagnostics in order to achieve the best possible outcome for her patients. Dr. Wagner is certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and continues her training in Chinese Veterinary Herbal Medicine. She also integrates homeopathy, Western herbs, Bach Flower remedies, and TTouch when appropriate into her holistic care. As the former owner of a behavioral house-call practice, Dr. Wagner also helps pets and their guardians with pet behavior problems.
Dr. Wagner enjoys hiking, gardening, tai chi, yoga and playing the guitar. She loves to spend time with her family which includes partner John and canine companions Cooper and Béla Fleck.
Ingrid Hamann, DVM
Dr. Ingrid Hamann graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in veterinary medicine in 1987. She completed her Veterinary Acupuncture training in 2000 and is continuing education in Chinese Herbology. She has been in private practice in the Portland area for many years and also worked as a relief veterinarian for DoveLewis Emergency Clinic.
Dr. Hamann lives with her husband Dick, son Dylan, daughter Anja, their dogs Stella and Tucker. As a past Outward Bound instructor, she has a strong love for the outdoors and spends her spare time biking, gardening, hiking, skiing and kayaking.