Dr. Lesley Hack, Veterinarian
Dr. Stacey Riff (West), DVM
Dr. Silvia De Leonibus, DVM
Dr. De Leonibus has a strong interest for integrative medicine and is currently completing her small animal acupuncture certification at the Chi University. Dr. De Leonibus is also Fear-Free certified veterinarian. She is a firm believer that reducing stress during veterinary visits improves quality of care. Dr. De Leonibus strives to provide excellent veterinary care to keep her patients as happy and healthy as possible.
Dr. Kimberly O'Neal, DVM
Dr. Kimberly O’Neal grew up in the Chicago suburbs. She is the daughter of a veterinarian and loved lending a hand in her parents’ small animal general practice. Dr. O’Neal was a scholarship athlete earning her bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Florida Institute of Technology where she played volleyball and took on the leadership role of captain. After undergrad, she worked in the medical engineering field as a software test engineer where her work was quickly recognized, winning the Star Performer Award. However, her heart wasn’t in computer screens and data analysis, so she turned to her first love, veterinary medicine.
Combining her love of animals with her problem-solving, and analytical background, Dr. O’Neal received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and Certificate in Veterinary Business Management from the University of Illinois. She is passionate about dentistry and preventative medicine and is also a Fear-Free certified veterinarian. In her free time, she loves gardening, traveling, scuba diving, and spending time with her husband and their dog, Nala.
Dr. Amber Rosenthal (Roth), DVM
Dr. Rosenthal (Roth) was born and raised in sunny South Florida and has always loved animals. Since she was a little girl, she knew she wanted to become a veterinarian. She went to the University of Florida and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, followed by a Master’s degree in Entrepreneurship. In 2017, she achieved her dream and graduated from St. George’s University School with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Rosenthal (Roth) started her career as a general vet in Miami. Later, she completed a special training program in emergency medicine in New Jersey. She then came back to South Florida and worked as a relief vet. Where she was able to evaluate multiple different animal hospitals in the Boca Raton area. The extremely high level of care provided by Boca Veterinary Clinic was the perfect match. She is excited to join Boca Veterinary Clinic full time. Her main interests are urgent care and internal medicine.
Outside of work, Dr. Rosenthal (Roth) enjoys hot yoga, baking, and traveling with her husband. She loves spending time with her own dog and cat, too.
Dr. Rosenthal (Roth) is eager to meet you and your pet! She’s dedicated to providing the best care possible. Whether it’s a regular check-up or a complicated medical issue, Dr. Roth will create a personalized treatment plan to meet your pet’s needs. Her warm and friendly nature, along with her knowledge and love for animals, make her a perfect partner in keeping your furry family members healthy and happy.
Dr. Sydney Corso
Dr. Sydney Corso was born and raised beautiful in Boca Raton, Florida. From a young age she always knew she wanted to be Veterinarian. Graduating with honors from the prestigious University of Florida, she proudly holds two bachelor’s degrees – one in Animal Sciences and the other in Psychology. Completing her veterinary education she returned to UF to obtain her doctorate in veterinary medicine and certificate in Veterinary Business Management. While studying, she worked as an ICU technician at UFs’ veterinary hospital where she developed one of her passions in emergency medicine and critical care. On the weekends, she volunteered in local shelters and performed surgeries in high volume trap-neuter and release programs to practice her surgical skills and help manage the overpopulation of cats in the Gainesville community.
Upon graduating, she took her passion in emergency medicine to Philadelphia where she practiced as an emergency veterinarian for two years before joining the team at BVC. After living in Philadelphia, she decided to move back to Boca Raton to be closer to her friends and family. Bringing her outstanding training and experience to help better the lives of animals in her hometown.
Her veterinary passions include general wellness, emergency and critical care and behavior medicine. On the weekends she enjoys cycling, gardening, cooking and spending time with her dog, Winnie, and her two cats, Todd and Copper.
Dr. Corso is excited to be back home again and to help enrich the lives of animals in her hometown community. She understands pets are a member of the family and hopes to make each of their visits as memorable and comfortable as possible. She is looking forward to meeting you and your furry loved ones at your next visit with us.
Dr. Matthew Marquis
Dr. Gabi Diaz-Rosario
Dr. Gabi Diaz-Rosario from the beautiful island of Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Driven by her passion for animals and a thirst for knowledge, she graduated from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. Followed by her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Purdue University.
Diaz-Rosario’s heart lies in preventive care, where she diligently works to keep our beloved pets healthy and happy. She is fascinated with the intricate workings of the nervous system and has a deep interest in neurology. She is deeply passionate about feline medicine, and she wholeheartedly immerses herself in the intricacies of caring for our cherished cats. Dr. Diaz-Rosario’s is Fear-Free certified. With a genuine understanding of the anxieties that our furry patients may face, she endeavors to create an atmosphere of comfort and reassurance during their visits. This dedication to compassionate care makes her a true champion for animal welfare.
Fluent in both Spanish and English, she wholeheartedly embraces the opportunity to provide her exceptional veterinary services to diverse communities. She is excited about providing veterinary care for both the English and Spanish-speaking communities in South Florida. She is thrilled to be moving back to warm weather and living closer to home. In her free time, Dr. Diaz-Rosario enjoys spending time in nature as well as yoga, strength-training, reading, and spending quality time with friends and family.
In addition to all the full time vets at BVC we host a number of specialists. These specialists provide our team with additional resources to treat your pet in the best way possible.
In summary, the doctors of Boca Vet Clinic cannot wait to meet your furry family member. Feel free to ask our vets about their extensive educational background. Contact us today to make an appointment.