Kimberly Gostyla, DVM

Dr. Gostyla graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in May 2005 with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and a Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine. She has practiced small animal medicine in Anne Arundel and Howard counties since. She has a special interest in surgery and ultrasonography, and cherishes her client/patient relationships!

Dr Gostyla lives in Annapolis with her husband, Justin, and her son Wyatt. She currently has a Great Dane, Enzo, and a cat, Jasmine – both of whom were rescued. She loves to be outside and near the water. She is also a fan of the Boston Red Sox and Washington Redskins.

In her spare time, Dr. Gostyla is actively involved with volunteer work at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center in Grasonville and is currently enrolled in a class to become a Maryland Master Naturalist. She is also actively involved with Oyster Gardening on the Severn River.

Raven Martinez-Hernandez, DVM

Dr. Raven Martinez-Hernandez grew up in southern Texas.  She attended Ross University of Veterinary Medicine on the island of St. Kitts and Nevis in the Caribbean.  Her final clinical year was completed at Oklahoma State University and she recently graduated in May of 2017.  Although as a new DVM, Raven began her veterinary endeavors as a nurse at multiple clinics, avid volunteer work in Texas and Maryland, and has over ten years of experience in the veterinary field.  She joined the Noah’s Ark team in November of 2017.

Raven’s love for animals has reached multiple countries.  She volunteered in the Caribbean during her rotations to educate the local population on animal care as well as Guatemala during a VIDA trip to provide medical care and population control.  She has a veterinary focus for cats and dogs, but loves to see small exotic mammals and critters with scales.

Raven spends most of her extra time with her three cats Luna, Ebola and Dash, as well as Johnny, her husband.  She enjoys reading, watching movies, and cooking to entertain for friends and family.  She also likes to attend local events, wineries and shows.

Viven Kraselski, DVM

Dr. Kraselski is originally from the West Coast and as you might be able to tell by her last name – she is Polish (and proud of it)!  She graduated magna cum laude  from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and spent a year in the Twin Cities where she completed her clinical veterinary year at the University of Minnesota. Prior to working at Noah’s Ark, she worked at an emergency/general practice in Baltimore for just over 2 years.

Dr. Kraselski’s professional interests include keeping your pet’s teeth healthy and taking care of your furry little critters such as rabbits, guinea pigs, and ferrets in addition to your dogs and cats. She loves the challenges of internal medicine,  dermatology, and behavior cases. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Together with her husband, she lives in Anne Arundel County with their “doberwoman” Kira, and their two trick-performing cats Remi and Figaro. She loves to stay active, cook exotic food, travel to new cities, and teach her clients how to take the best possible care of their fur family.

Additional staff members

Noah’s Ark Veterinary Hospital is fully staffed with long-term dedicated individuals. A caring staff of highly trained veterinary technicians, assistants, and customer service representatives are here to ensure your pets receive the best care possible.