Dr. Robert Goodman
Dr. Goodman became the owner of Everhart Veterinary Medical Group in 1992, after purchasing the practice from Dr. Fred Everhart, who started the practice in 1956. After graduating from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Miami (Ohio) University, Dr. Goodman started practicing in 1982.
A member of the American and Maryland Veterinary Medical Associations, he has also served as President of the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association. Under Dr. Goodman's leadership, the Everhart Veterinary Medical Group has grown over the years, and has been voted "Baltimore's Best" Veterinarian two times in Baltimore Magazine.
Dr. Goodman enjoys golf, running in 5K races with the Everhart Team, and resides in Federal Hill with his wife, Sandy and their 2 dogs and 4 cats.
Dr. Anne Notarangelo
Baltimore born and raised, Dr. Notarangelo spent 8 years as a Hokie in Blacksburg, VA, pursuing her undergraduate and veterinary medicine degrees. She is a graduate of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and joined the Everhart team as an associate in June of 2007.
Dr. Notarangelo resides in Hunt Valley with her husband, their son and daughter, two naughty cats and a boisterous dog. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, house projects and spending time with her family.
Dr. Alison Key
Dr. Alison Key was born and raised in Takoma Park, MD. She received a Bachelor’s of Science at the University of Maryland College Park. In college, she became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine while taking Tai Chi. Dr. Key obtained her DVM at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech.
Dr. Key is certified by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) and completed studies in herbal medicine with courses at the Chi Institute in Florida. Dr. Key is excited to offer integrative medicine options to Everhart’s patients.
Dr. Key, her husband and their 2 daughters reside in Baltimore, Maryland with their 2 dogs and 3 cats.
Dr. Jacqueline Falke
Dr. Jacqueline Falke is an Ohio native. She graduated with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2000 from Michigan State University. She has worked in Emergency Medicine as well as in General Practice.
Dr. Falke is active in Boxer Rescue as well as having her own dogs volunteer as blood donors. Wyatt, one of her Boxers has graced the face of 1 million Milkbone boxes due to his life saving activities as a blood donor dog.
Dr. Falke lives in Woodbine, MD with her dogs and cats. She enjoys adventure travel, running in 5K races with the Everhart Team, and plans to run in a triathlon.
Dr. Lynne Carty
Dr. Carty was born in Florida, but spent most of her life growing up in Central Virginia. She graduated from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994.
Her career started with an internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital and Referral Center in New Jersey. In the summer of 1995, Dr. Carty moved to Maryland to take a position with Everhart Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Carty is currently married with one happy and active little girl who dotes on one large lean cat and one fat cat (he is on a diet!)
Dr. Marjorie Farris
Dr. Farris was born and raised in Atlanta, GA.
She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Iowa before returning home to attend the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating in 2009, she practiced around Northern Virginia before accepting a position at Everhart in October 2012.
She lives in Columbia, MD with her husband and 2 children. She and her family enjoy playing soccer, participating in outdoor activities, and hanging out with their two amazing cats and one not so perfect dog.
Dr. Taylor Hays
Dr. Stephanie Menefee
Dr. Menefee was born and raised in Severna Park, Maryland. She graduated from University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Animal Sciences in 2011. Before starting vet school, she worked as a technician for one year here at Everhart. She then attended Ross University on the island of St. Kitts, where she obtained her DVM in 2016. She returned to Maryland the winter after graduation, and accepted a position bringing her back to Everhart in March 2016. She is also a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Dr. Menefee lives in Baltimore with her 2 dogs, Caribelle (an island native) and Tink (a pit bull rescue). In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, running half marathons, and traveling.