Dyana Mitchell, DVM
Dr. Dyana Mitchell originates from Baltimore, Maryland. In her pursuit of accomplishing her goal of becoming a veterinarian, her travels first took her to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There, she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in BioChemistry. Later, Dr. Mitchell attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in Basseterre, St. Kitts with the goal of obtaining her Doctorate in veterinary medicine. This journey was completed after Dr. Mitchell finished her clinic year at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK in 2007. Dr. Mitchell has interest in good quality medicine medically as well as surgically, ophthalmology and she has a feather on her heart. Outside of the veterinary world (and sometimes within it), Dr. Mitchell enjoys singing, dancing, playing the viola, sports (Go Heels!!! Go Ravens!!!), reading, hands on tasks, her volunteer services and spending time with her four-legged daughter, Trista Janea.
Wei-Teng Chang, DVM
Dr. Wei-Teng Chang grew up and finished his veterinary degree in Taiwan in 2007. He moved to United States in 2015 where he finished his one-year clinical training at Louisiana State University. Afterward, he worked at a small animal clinic in Texas for 2 years followed by an integrative practice in Arizona for a year before joining Independent Hill Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Chang’s professional interest is in preventative care and integrative medicine. He is passionate about Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, including acupuncture and herbal therapy. He received certification in acupuncture through Chi Institute of Florida in 2015. He is also a Reiki certified practitioner through Jikiden Reiki Institute of Japan, where Reiki originates. He believes the best treatment for disease is to prevent it from happening, through the balance between emotion, food, environment and body itself.
Dr. Chang has one cat, Meme, whom he adopted from a shelter in Phoenix. She is sweet and follows where her owner goes. Dr. Chang enjoys meditation, hiking, traveling, and playing video games outside of work.