Dr. Breymeier and her family

Dr. Hannah Breymeier

Dr. Hannah Breymeier was born in Dallas, Texas but she grew up in Arlington, Virginia, a few miles outside of Washington DC. She is one of four children and considers her brother and two sisters to be her closest friends. She grew up playing soccer and loving animals, God, and the outdoors. Growing up, her family would spend summers in East Tennessee, where Hannah’s mother is from. During those hot and humid Tennessee summers, Hannah could be found wherever the family pet was located. She always had a strong passion for animals. That passion was fostered by her uncle in Tennessee; he was the family animal fanatic. He lovingly told Hannah that one day she would grow up and become a “doctornarian.” Ever since she can remember, Hannah has wanted to be a veterinarian. With the support of her wonderful family, Hannah was able to achieve that lifelong childhood dream.

Dr. Hannah graduated Summa Cum Laude from Virginia Tech in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences. She graduated with Honors from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. Hannah then went on to complete a rigorous one-year rotating internship in small animal internal medicine and surgery at Oradell Animal Hospital in Paramus, New Jersey. During her internship, Hannah developed a passion for emergency and critical care medicine. After completing the internship, she took a job in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania as an emergency veterinarian at a specialty referral and emergency center. Working on a daily basis alongside veterinary specialists, Dr. Breymeier gained immeasurable experience and confidence.

Hannah met her husband Joe in 2014 at a small, non-denominational church in Scranton, Pennsylvania. They got married in 2016 and moved to the Carlisle area in 2017 for her husband to start a new job at the Navy Depot in Mechanicsburg. During this time, Hannah was practicing all over Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York area as a relief emergency and general practice veterinarian. She began working relief shifts at Boiling Springs Animal Hospital in 2017 and has been working here part time (2 days a week) for the past 6 years. Hannah loves being part of the local community and enjoys the change of pace and different set of learning opportunities that being a general practitioner presents! She has grown to love the close relationships that she gets to form with clients and their pets in the GP setting. Every day in the life of a veterinarian is an adventure and she could not imagine a more fulfilling and fitting job for her.

In her free time, Hannah can be found running, spending time with her husband, riding her Tennessee orange Vespa scooter around Mount Holly Springs, doing anything outside, and more importantly, trying to keep up with her 3 beautiful children (Vivian is 5, Ryan is 3, and Nathan is 1.)