Lynne M. Flood, DVM
DIAH on Wheels President and Veterinarian
Dr. Flood is the owning veterinarian of Daniel Island Animal Hospital which she opened in January of 2004. She holds a BA from Wake Forest University, her BS and DVM from Kansas State University and a graduate certificate in gerontology. A Fear Free Certified Professional, she loves animals of all types and enjoys working with owners to keep their pets healthy and happy. Her passion is caring for our older patients; helping them feel better for longer.
Favorite Part of DIAH: “The clients (pet owners) and staff are the best!”
Family: Husband – Richard; 3 children – Daniel (Nederland, CO), Thomas and Leah; The Floods have 3 dogs in their home – Reese, Merle and Pippa. Four cats allow the Floods to reside with them – Zipporah, Elsie, Chloe and Crookshanks!
Hobbies: Traveling, cycling, running and hiking
Fun Facts: Has lived on Daniel Island since July 1998; Spent four years in the US Army Transportation Corps (and lived in Germany) between college and vet school
Memberships: American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Trident Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), South Carolina Association of Veterinarians (SCAV), International Veterinary Association of Pain Management (IVAPM), Association of Veterinary Family Practice (AVFP)
Bridget Luke, DVM
Dr. Luke is a 1997 graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and holds a BS in Biology from UNC-Wilmington. After working with horses in a large animal practice in Oregon, she moved to James Island and began at our practice in 2005. Her areas of interest include obesity in pets, ultrasonography, rehabilitation and cardiology.
Family: Husband – Gordon (also a vet!); a 9 year-old daughter and 7 year-old son; 3 cats – Gill, VooDoo and Smudge; and 2 dogs – Bubbles and Oliver
Fun Facts: Dr. Luke is an army brat and the youngest of 4 sisters. Her retirement dream is to have a goat farm.
Hobbies: Learning to surf, gardening, playing outside and camping/hiking.
Favorite Part of DIAH: “The camaraderie of the staff that makes each day pleasurable. We all seem to have each other’s backs and truly enjoy our jobs. The pets and clients of DIAH are a wonderful community to be a part of.”
Matthew J. Hosking, DVM
Dr. Hosking moved from New York state to join our hospital in March of 2013. He is a 2013 graduate of Ross University's School of Veterinary Medicine and completed his undergraduate work at the University of Delaware. His areas of interest include surgery and dermatology.
Family: Wife- Eve; 2 dogs - King and Goose
Why He Became a Vet: "I couldn't imagine doing anything else."
Hobbies: "Traveling, weight lifting, hiking, tennis, going to the beach with my pups...essentially any activity outside."
Fun Facts: The first surgeries he performed were in underdeveloped areas of Nicaragua and Honduras.
Rebecca Dimondstein, DVM
Dr. Dimondstein is a 2010 graduate of the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and holds a BA in Spanish from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After attending vet school she did a rotating small animal internship at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center. Her special interest is in cardiology.
Family: 2 cats – Kitty & Rhubarb
Fun Facts: Dr. Dimondstein studied abroad for a year in Chile.
Hobbies: Pottery, Scuba Diving, Reading and Traveling.
Robin Parrott, DVM
With 34 years experience practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Parrott joined the Daniel Island Animal Hospital team in 2017. A graduate of Clemson University and University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, she enjoys the pet/client interaction and care delivered in a general practice setting along with the collegiality among staff at DIAH.
Family: 2 dogs – Duncan & Liam and 3 cats – Charlotte, Gremlin & Miles
Fun Facts: One of six kids – 4 siblings in SC. Love random singing, sunsets and laughter.
Hobbies: Walking, Going to the Beach, Reading, hoping to restart tennis and golf, and may have perfected napping and procrastinating.
Memberships: American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), Trident Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP), South Carolina Veterinary Associations (SCVA)