Paige Maasen

Paige Maasen

DVM, Director of Operations

Years in practice: 21
Oklahoma State University

Dr. Maasen graduated from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has worked in small animal medicine in the Kansas City area for a number of years. She strongly believes in practicing preventive medicine for pets and making sure to involve each pet’s owner in determining the plan that is best for keeping their pet healthy and preserving their quality of life.

She also believes that caring for each pet is a matter of teamwork between the veterinarian, the clinic staff, and the owner.

She and her husband have two children, a son and a daughter. Three dogs, a Pudelpointer and two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels complete their home. When she is not at work, she is busy with school and her children’s extracurricular activities. In the rare event she has spare time, she and her family enjoy many outdoor activities.

Brooke Lewis

Brooke Lewis

DVM

Years in practice: 13
Kansas State University

Dr. Lewis graduated from Kansas State University and has been practicing in KC since 2004. She enjoys getting to know pet owners and strengthening the human animal bond through preventative medicine. Dr. Lewis also enjoys educating and discussing with owners the diagnostic options available for their pets. Her favorite thing about being a veterinarian is being an advocate for her patients.

When she is not at the clinic, she can be found enjoying time with her husband, children and their medley of pets, including a rescued pug, two cats, (one retired from research and a stray born at a clinic) and an overweight hamster.

Lindsay Franz-Waltsak,

Lindsay Franz-Waltsak,

DVM

In Practice Since 2007
Kansas State University

Dr. Waltsak graduated from Kansas State University and has practiced in the Kansas City area since 2008. She loves developing relationships with pets and their families through good preventative care and communication; she additionally enjoys dentistry and diagnostics. Her favorite aspect of veterinary medicine is the privilege of caring for a pet though all stages of their life.

Dr. Waltsak previously worked at Oxford as a kennel attendant in her high school days, and enjoys the opportunity to return to where her veterinary career began.

When not working, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, her husband (also a veterinarian), and their two rescue dogs, a lab mix and a Pudelpointer. Dr. Waltsak is a devoted K-State and Green Bay Packers football fan.

Bob Musil

Bob Musil

DVM

Kansas State University

Dr. Musil received his DVM from Kansas State University in 1980. He and his wife, Dr. Ilona Musil owned several practices in Arizona and later Overland Park. They merged their practice, Highland Animal Hospital, with Oxford Animal Hospital in 2016.

The Musils have 3 grown children, 1 grandchild, a dog and a cat. Dr. Musil is active in Scouts and Rotary International. In his spare time, he likes to play golf and ski.

Heather Holmes

Heather Holmes

Practice Manager, RVT

Colby Community College

Heather has been at Oxford Animal Hospital since 2007 and earned her Associate's degree in Veterinary Technology from Colby College in 2004. She is glad to be part of the team of caring technicians and staff members and enjoys learning new techniques about animal care. She shares her home with her very active son, who is in boy scouts, basketball and soccer. Her four-legged family includes a chihuahua named Faith. In addition to scrapbooking, camping and movies, Heather is also a Tupperware consultant.

Lynn McCorkendale

Lynn McCorkendale

Office Manager

lynn@oahstaff.com

Lynn has been with Oxford Animal Hospital since August 2003. Her love for animals began at a very early age, when the neighborhood strays just followed her home. Later, she began showing and breeding Saint Bernards and that love lasted for more than 10 years. She still misses the show ring!

Lynn made a dramatic change from her beloved Saint Bernards when she fell in love with a little 7 lb Chihuahua named JeeJee. She loved that little one so much that she added another chihuahua, Mickey, who is a whopping 3.2 lbs! This is quite a difference from her heaviest dog, who was 210 lbs. Her newest addition is a Golden Retriever named Trinity.

She is proud to work at an innovative, high-tech hospital. Most of all, she enjoys being part of the caring, compassionate staff, which is incomparable to any other hospital she’s seen in the 20-plus years she has worked in the animal care field.

Outside of Oxford, Lynn enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, working in her yard, planting flower gardens and is always making new spots for those “have-to-have” flowers.

Jan Hueben

Jan Hueben

RVT

Maple Woods Community College

Jan Hueben joined the Oxford Animal Hospital team in March 2014. She earned her Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology from Maple Woods Community College in May 1992. She enjoys working with a dedicated and caring team that works together with owners to nurture the human/pet bond and to practice preventive medicine tailored to each pet’s lifestyle. When she is not at work, she enjoys nature hikes, photography, reading, flower gardening and visiting museums of any type. Jan shares her home with two cats, Boris and Melvin, who were part of a feral litter she rescued at about 4 weeks of age.

Molly

Molly

Veterinary Technician

Kansas State University

Molly graduated from Kansas State University in 2010 and began working in the veterinary field the same year. She has experience in different aspects of the vet world including general practice, behavioral, specialty, and emergency. Molly enjoys working with cats in particular, and finds connecting with them very rewarding.

She is very close with her family and spends most of her free time with them. Although not a Kansas native, she grew up cheering on the Wildcats and continues to do so. Molly has multiple pets at home made up of strays and foster failures.

Cayley

Cayley

Veterinary Assistant

Cayley joined the Oxford staff in April 2017. She is currently attending Colby Community College to earn her degree in Veterinary Technology. She enjoys educating clients on preventative care and bonding with patients. In her free time, you can usually find Cayley at the dog park with her two dogs, Oy, a Golden Retriever, and Roxie, a senior Golden mix, or at the gym playing recreational sports.

Becky Hamill

Becky Hamill

PRN Tech

Maple Woods Community College

Becky Hamill joined the Oxford Animal Hospital team in August 2001. She earned her Associate’s degree in Veterinary Technology from Maple Woods Community College in May 1997 after having had the rare experience of performing her summer internship at the Kansas City Zoo. Emergency and critical care has been one of her true passions in the veterinary field. She spent seven years working for veterinary speciality and emergency centers before getting a “day” job and switching to general practice.

When Becky is not at work, she is off having adventures with her son and her four-legged family members include Indy, a Golden Retriever; and two cats, Striker and Padme. Becky recently added Krosby, a golden retriever, to her family.

Michelle Figley

Michelle Figley

Groomer and Grooming Director

Employee of the Month, January 2018
Interests: Canine hair coloring

Michelle has been a part of the Oxford Animal Hospital team for many years. Michelle loves working with the clients and pets that come into the hospital each day. When Michelle is not at Oxford, she is usually home taking care of her menagerie of animals: two dogs (Chloe and Armani); two cats (Naughty and Shadow); two horses (Shimmer and Earl); and one bird (Mango). She lives on the Missouri side, with her husband and son, on five acres of land and loves to be outside doing anything. Michelle recently added a new Golden Retriever puppy, Oakley, to her household.

If you are feeling adventurous, ask Michelle to add some color to your pet’s hair or nails. She has turned a standard poodle into a horse, a zombie and a dragon.