Dr. Lisa L. Piña is proud to call herself a native Houstonian. Raised in Oak Forest, she then moved with her family to Sugar Land, Texas. She earned her B.A. in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Saint Thomas. She graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 (whoop!). She has had the fortunate opportunity to be part of the Heights Veterinary Clinic Team for 8 years. She enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Medicine, with focuses in preventative care, dentistry, dermatology, internal medicine and surgery. Dr. Pina takes great joy in meeting kittens and puppies during their first visit as all of her four-legged children (Marlena, Scrappy Coco, Stella Hotsauce, and Raylan Givens) are full grown. Dr. Pina and her husband have one son, Xavier Major, whom they affectionately call Chuy. You may occasionally see Chuy in the lobby trying to sneak a quick visit with Dr. Mom after school or to greet your family pet. Dr. Pina and her family reside in the GO/OF neighborhood; work, home and play are very close to each other so be sure to say hi to them. In her spare time she enjoys cooking, fishing, chasing her children, and experiencing the ever-changing Houston Heights area.
has been with Heights since graduating from Texas A&M in May 2017. While she was not born in Houston, Dr. Tran had resided in Houston since immigrating from Vietnam and even attending University of Houston for her bachelor degrees. Dr. Tran comes from a huge family of 5 girls of which she is the youngest. Currently, she resides in Pearland with Lacie her dachshund/ shih tzu mix close to her parents.
has lived all over the United States including California, Alaska, and Ohio, but considers Texas to be her home. She attended middle school and high school in Katy, Texas where her parents still reside. In 2011, she earned her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from The Ohio State University where she swam competitively for 4 years. In 2015, she graduated from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and worked in the Memorial area of Houston before coming to join Heights Veterinary Clinic in 2017. Although she enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine, Dr. Menzie has a special interest in dentistry, dermatology, and internal medicine. Additionally, as the owner of two rambunctious felines (Daenerys and Leviathan), she is incredibly passionate about our kitty friends and their health. In her free time, Dr. Menzie volunteers at her church, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, and is a member of the sanctuary choir there. She also enjoys attending Houston Symphony concerts, reading, watching sports, antique shopping, and traveling.
Dr. Annamarie Albritton was born in Houston then moved to Dallas at a young age. In December of 2017 she moved back to Houston. She earned her Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Texas A&M University and graduated from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary medicine in 2015. She joined Heights Veterinary Clinic in December 2017 after working in Emergency Medicine for several years. She enjoys surgery, internal medicine, behavior medicine, and (of course) emergency medicine. Labradors are her favorite breed so she may spend a little extra time loving on them (young or old) when they come in. She has one four-legged child, Sofia, who appreciates being the center of attention whenever possible. In her spare time she enjoys baking, traveling, exploring local Houston parks, and debating the latest Marvel/Star Wars movie.
Dr. Kenneth H. Williams, former owner and Medical Director of Heights Veterinary Clinic is a 1971 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University. Immediately after graduation, Dr. Williams served 2½ years in the military before coming to work at Heights Veterinary Clinic in March of 1974. He purchased the clinic in January of 1975 and has guided the clinic’s growth since that time. Dr. Williams is a native of the Heights and possesses encyclopedic knowledge of the area. He has even been known to conduct tours of historic Heights landmarks on weekends (for a nominal fee).
Dr. Williams retired in 2013. Although he retired physically, his legacy of HVC lives on. Our practice was built on the strong foundation of medicine and family which has continued on just as Dr. Williams left it. He now enjoys his full time job as Grandpa.