Our Veterinarians

Dr. Karen Roach

Medical Director

Dr. Roach claims she was born with her career choice in her heart—even at a young age, she would play vet with her stuffed animals, sewing them up with her mother’s sewing kit. Now she cares for real pets daily as a Veterinarian at Noah’s Caring Hands Animal Hospital!

Karen grew up in a small, semi-rural town with many pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, ducks, fish, and turtles. She volunteered for a local veterinarian when she used to work at a library. After deciding to pursue veterinary medicine, she graduated from Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1997. She then started working for the animal hospital that would eventually become Noah’s Caring Hands.

At home, Dr. Roach lives with her husband of 21 years and their two sons. The family has a Golden Retriever named Jack.

Dr. Roach’s newest hobby is gardening. She also likes boating, camping, hiking, swimming, and biking with her boys. She’s also been passionate about art for many years—her high school art teacher was upset when Karen told her she was going to become a veterinarian!

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Dr. Kaelyn Stevick


A native Michagander, Dr. Kaelyn Stevick grew up in Midland which, as the name implies, is right in the middle of the state, where the “hand” meets the “thumb”.

Dr. Stevick is a 2016 graduate of the Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and placed 6th out of her class of 112. She has completed externships during her senior year that have given her experience in dentistry, cardiology, ophthalmology and emergency medicine. She also won awards for academic excellence in pharmacology and anatomy.

At home, Dr. Stevick is the proud owner of her Bernese Mountain Dog, Daisy and she also has her warm-blood horse, Brinley.

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Dr. Ed Webb


Dr. Ed Webb has been part of the Central Indiana veterinary community for more than 25 years. After graduating from the University of Illinois in 1985, Dr. Webb did some work with farm veterinarians before relocating to Bloomington. In 1990,

he moved again to Brownsburg and then started working at the Stop 11 Animal Hospital in 1992. He purchased the practice in 1996 and built many strong relationships with Indy’s southside community of pet lovers. In 2013, Dr. Webb sold his practice to Noah’s and joined our family. He has been a blessing to our team as he is comfortable working in almost any practice, on any side of town. We welcomed Dr. Webb to our Caring Hands team in June of 2017.

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