Originally from Pennsylvania, Dr. Hull, completed her undergraduate education at Allegheny College, where she also worked as a wildlife rehabilitator at a raptor center. She attended the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine with the intent of returning to her home town for general practice medicine. However, her final year of veterinary school had her considering specialties in avian & exotics, internal medicine, and emergency.
After receiving her DVM in 2017, she completed a Small Animal Rotating Internship in Sacramento, CA where she discovered her love of caring for hospitalized patients. Following her internship, she worked as a hospitalist and ER doctor for a year in California. In 2019, she moved backed to PA to complete a three-year Emergency and Critical Care Residency at AVETS - a private practice specialty hospital in Pittsburgh. During her residency she conducted research on the use of aminocaproic acid and published findings on the use of high flow nasal oxygen for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Dr. Hull and her husband have always had a love for the outdoors with Colorado being their ultimate destination for adventure living. Outside of work she enjoys visiting national parks, backpacking/camping, and kayaking with their two fur-kids, Lennox and Nova. When not being adventurous, she enjoys baking and binge-watching Netflix.