About the Clinic

The Four Town Veterinary Hospital was founded by the late Dr. C.M. Cohen in 1973. Dr. Kasperzak (Dr. K) first started at the practice in 1995 as an observer and working up through the “ranks” until her graduation from vet school in 2003 when she began her new career as an associate veterinarian. 

Upon Dr. Cohen’s death in 2017, Dr. K assumed ownership of the practice and officially changed the name to The C.M.C. Memorial Four Town Veterinary hospital in honor of her mentor and friend.  We strive to provide quality medicine and animal care with a friendly, family oriented atmosphere.  Our practice is limited to dogs and cats only.

About Dr. K

Dr. Stacey Kasperak started at Four Town Vet in 1995.  During that time she also worked as a veterinary assistant at Okaw Veterinary Clinic in Illinois through vet school.

She graduated from UConn in 1999 with a bachelor of science in Animal Science and in 2001 earned her Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

In 2003 she became a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.  She assumed ownership of the practice in 2017.

Outside interests:  Dr. K currently owns a Doberman named Poet and 2 cats, Elsie and Stick.  She enjoys riding/showing her Quarter Horses, Madison (pictured),  and her leased Quarter Horse Arnold.  She also enjoys gardening/crafting and is an avid reader.

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four town vet office cat

Meet Chai!

Chai is our office cat and unofficial mascot!  She came to us several years ago as a rescue and has been brightening up our clinic ever since.  If you see her around, be sure to say hello.

To our valued clients:

We at Four Town Veterinary Hospital want to be completely transparent about our very recent staff changes. 
We are currently working with one technician, one receptionist, and of course Dr. K.  We are doing all that we can to not have to make any drastic schedule changes in order to continue to be available for you and your pet. With that being said, we are making one small change; until we are more adequately staffed, the office will be closing at 3:30pm on Friday afternoons. As of right now this is the only change being made unless there are any illnesses or emergencies with our current staff. 
We ask for your patience as we navigate these transitions and please know we are doing our best for our clients and patients. 
Thank you as always for your continued support.