Terry Pitts, DVM


His love of animals, including the snakes he often found and carried home in his pocket or deposited in his dresser drawer, much to the dismay of his Mother, directed him toward a career in veterinary medicine. He’s very science and medicine oriented, so the decision between human and veterinary medicine was a difficult one for him. Animals prevailed, and he graduated first in his class at veterinary school in 1969. He continues to love the challenge of medicine and surgery.

His family traveled a lot while he was a child. His Father was a football coach at the college level and a member of the Navy Reserves. Both jobs required frequent changes, so although he was born in Missouri and lived in several different Missouri towns, he also lived in California, South Dakota, Washington state, and Nebraska. He began his college studies at Southeast Missouri State in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and achieved his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri in Columbia.

He had worked at the National Institutes of Health as a co-step between his first and second years of veterinary school, and signed on with the Public Health Service for a four year term of service after graduation. He was in charge of a breeding colony of foxhounds; worked with physicians on surgery projects using his dogs; had administrative duties over his kennel, management and staff; and consulted with various branches of the NIH that were using animals in their studies, including species ranging from mice to primates. Although he enjoyed the work, the bureaucracy of government service was a huge deterrent to making a career in the Public Health Service, so he began making plans to build a client oriented practice of his own.

These plans came into fruition when he and his wife, Dr. Carol Pitts, opened the doors of their clinic in 1974.

He’s a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association. When not at work, you can usually find him on the golf course or on eBay looking for the perfect club. He plays both modern and hickory shafted clubs, and loves golf history.

Jennifer J. Hiebner, DVM, CVA

Medical Director

Dr. Hiebner came to Pitts Veterinary Hospital in May of 2005. She grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and did her undergraduate work at the University of Nebraska. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Sciences and was a graduate of the Honors’ Program in 1999. She attended veterinary school at Kansas State University and graduated in 2004. She most recently attended the Chi Institute in Florida to become a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist in April 2016. She is currently working to become certified in herbal therapy as well.

Dr. Hiebner loves the challenge of figuring out illnesses when the patients can’t tell her what is wrong. She loves practicing medicine and appreciates new breakthroughs every day. Her professional interests are soft tissue surgery, abdominal and cardiac ultrasound, dentistry and internal medicine. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AAHA), American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association (NVMA) and the American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (AATCVM).

Dr. Hiebner is married with one daughter. Pets include three dogs and four cats: a schnauzer cross, a Chihuahua cross, a Great Pyrenees, three domestic short hair cats and one domestic long hair cat.

Hobbies include crocheting, gardening, video games, reading, piano and music.

Mark P. Falloon, DVM


Mark P. Falloon has been employed at Pitts Veterinary Hospital since July, 1998. He grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska, and completed his undergraduate work at the University of Nebraska in 1985, earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Language (German). In 1988 he received an Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology. He received a Bachelor’s of Science in Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University where he also earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in July of 1998. He has always had a strong interest in the outdoors and wildlife. His experience as a veterinary technician encouraged him to progress in the field.

His veterinary professional interest is exotic animal medicine. He has been the attending veterinarian at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo from 2003 to the present. He is also active with Raptor Recovery Nebraska and Wildlife Rescue Team. Veterinary Organizations of which Dr. Falloon is a member are the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, and the American Animal Hospital Association.

Dr. Falloon’s pets include two cats. Though he has no dogs currently, he has a special affinity for his past English Pointers.

Dr. Falloon has two children: a daughter, Emily, and a son, Jordan.

In his spare time, Dr. Falloon enjoys hunting, fishing, back packing, cycling, archery, bird dogs, and tennis.

Amanda McNamee, DVM


Dr. Amanda McNamee started as an associated veterinarian in May 2017. She was raised in Hickman, NE and completed her undergraduate work at University of Nebraska-Kearney graduating from the Honors Program with a Biology degree. During her undergraduate career she worked at a small animal practice serving as kennel staff, receptionist and veterinary assistant. She attended the UNL/ISU cooperative veterinary medicine program, graduating in 2017.

Dr. McNamee is excited to meet and serve the welcoming clientele of Pitts Veterinary Hospital. Her professional interests include internal medicine, dermatology and dentistry with a burgeoning interest in ultrasound. She is a member of American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Dr. McNamee resides in Lincoln with her husband. They share a miniature schnauzer named Jackie, 3 domestic shorthair cats named Kola, Koch and Luna and a guinea pig named Chester.

Dr. McNamee enjoys reading, crocheting and spending time with her family and friends.

Amanda Forgey, DVM


Dr. Amanda Forgey started as an associate veterinarian in May 2017. She was raised in Lincoln, NE. She attended Morningside College in Sioux City, IA where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in biology in 2012. She attended veterinary school through the 2+2 UNL/ISU Veterinary Medicine program, graduating in 2017. Dr. Forgey looks forward to meeting new clients and developing relationships with them and caring for their pets. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association as well as the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association.

Dr. Forgey had two bichons, Jackson and Toby, who have recently passed. However, she looks forward to bringing love and happiness to future pets when the right ones find her.

In her spare time, Dr. Forgey loves to play softball, paint, draw, read, play the piano, watch the Huskers (in all sports), and spend time outside with family and friends.