Meet our doctors
Our doctors strive to collaborate on cases and to pursue their continuing education so they can provide the best care available for your family.
Dr. Richard Oglesby was raised in Daytona Beach Florida. He attended the University of Florida, where he was graduated with a degree in Microbiology. He earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Ross University. Dr. Oglesby started his veterinary career in Jacksonville and opened Greenbriar Animal Hospital in 1997. Dr. Oglesby has a special interest in laser therapy as well as dermatology. His hobbies include boating, surfing, camping, snowboarding and traveling. He is also an active Boy Scout Den Leader.
Constanze Goricki has been a part of the Greenbriar Animal Hospital family since 2005. A graduate of the University of Florida, Dr. Goricki earned her doctorate at the University of Munich. She extended her education with senior rotations at the University of Wisconsin and a small animal internship at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Goricki loves being a part of the St. Johns and Mandarin communities and hopes her work with pets contributes to the greater community. She values her relationships with clients and their hairy family members. Dr. Goricki's 20 years of experience and her commitment to continued learning ensures that Greenbriar clients receive the most current therapies.
Away from the hospital, Dr. Goricki enjoys her dogs, Gandalf The White and Haiku and her cats, Chimnee and Patty or her less hairy kids, Peter and Julia.
ara Hogan, DVM, who previously worked at an all cat clinic brings her feline expertise to Greenbriar. A Navy wife, Dr. Hogan is most recently from the northern Virginia/Washington DC area. In Washington, she worked as a relief veterinarian in several clinics, including an all-cat clinic, where she was able to pursue her special interest in feline medicine and geriatrics. Dr. Hogan completed her undergraduate studies at Northern Arizona University and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University in 2001. After a year in Springfield, Massachusetts, where she completed an internship in emergency medicine, she moved to Tucson, Arizona and began practicing veterinary medicine.
Dr. Hogan is excited to be in Jacksonville with her family- especially the furry members of her household-a six-year-old cat, and their two Australian Cattle dogs that keep everyone in line. She is the go-to on geriatric felines.