About Us

About Us

Photo of owner Dr. Talia Goldberg outside with her dog

Dr. Talia A. Goldberg

Dr. Talia A. Goldberg is a general practitioner and the owner of Upper East Veterinary Center.

A native of Jersey City, NJ, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and received her veterinary degree with honors from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. After completing a year of clinical training at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, she completed a 15-month internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Center for Specialized Veterinary Care (Brightheart) in Westbury, NY.

Previously, Dr. Goldberg was an Associate at Abingdon Square Veterinary Clinic in Greenwich Village, Park East Animal Hospital on the Upper East Side and at Animal Medical of New City in Rockland County, NY where she developed her interests in internal medicine, surgery, dentistry and creating close bonds with her clients and patients.

Dr Goldberg lives on the upper west side with her dog Indie and her cat Elliot. When not at work, Dr Goldberg loves to travel, scuba dive, play sports, and spend time with her friends and family.

Her goal at Upper East Vet Center is to offer high quality, state of the art health care for your furry family member in a relaxed, welcoming modern setting.

Photo of veterinarian Dr. Martina Morris with her dog

Dr. Martina Morris

Dr. Martina Morris is a small animal general practitioner and an associate veterinarian of Upper East Veterinary Center.

She was raised in both Queens and Long Island, NY with her mom and twin brother. Her dog, Bella, joined her family when she was sixteen. She attended Syracuse University and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science. She was one of twelve graduating seniors named a University Scholar, the highest undergraduate honor. She then went on to obtain her veterinary degree from Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. While in veterinary school, she discovered a passion for integrative therapies and completed her small animal acupuncture certification through Chi University. Her small animal medical interests include preventative medicine, soft tissue surgery, and integrative medicine.

Dr. Morris loves to bake, read, try new places to eat, travel, and spend time with her family, friends, and her dog. Her goals at Upper East Veterinary Center are to provide well-rounded care to her patients, form long-lasting relationships with clients, and create a comfortable and safe space for all.

Photo of vet Dr. Shelby Pressler with her cat

Dr. Shelby Pressler

Bio coming soon.