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Connie wears many hats here. She has been our Office and Practice Manager since 1985. She also fills in as receptionist, helps out in surgery and serves as a confidant to many Without Connie we would be lost!. We are very lucky to have Connie here.
Jill, one of our wonderful technicians, has been with us for over 30 years. She started as a volunteer when the practice first opened. You can tell Jill really loves her job by the kindness and compassion she shows for the pets,their owners and others. Jill retired earlier last year, but she missed us and her patients so much, she decided to come back part-time. We are very happy she did.
Whitney is our Head RVT. She completed her Veterinary Technician training at Morehead State University. Where she also received her Bachelors of Science in Veterinarian Technology. She has three furbabies named Mia, Sampson and Bruno. Whitney also loves to work with exotic animals. She came to us for her internship in May 2015 and has been here ever since. We are delighted to have her.
Lynnlee is a level I Veterinary Assistant who has advanced through on the job training. Lynnlee has a baby named Maggie, two dogs Ibanez and Randall plus 7 reptiles.
Samantha is a level II Veterinary Assistant who started out as a volunteer. She came to us in the summer of 2013 as a volunteer to get hours for her program at Morehead State University, but decided it was to far and transferred to University of Cincinnati Blue Ash where she will finish her schooling to be a Veterinary Technician. She has two furbabies Ladybug and Phoebe. We are glad she is here.
Drac came to us from one of our clients in 2006. We had an opening for a new hospital cat and Drac met all of our strict criteria for this position. He is our greeter as he is either on the counter to visit when you come in or he will come into an exam room just to sit and be petted. One of Drac's favorite activities is to sit in the open window and catch a breeze.