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Meet Our Technicians
Meet Our Technicians
Megan studied art at Wright State University and veterinary technology at Penn Foster College. Her concentration is in oncology and chemotherapy. She maintains the WVH presence on the internet as well. Outside of veterinary medicine, Megan has been a performer at the Ohio Renaissance Festival, and enjoys playing board games with friends, hiking, and traveling with her boyfriend. She has two cats Howard and Gabby.
Theresa studied veterinary technology at Morehead State University. Her focus is in cytology (identifying cells under the microscope) and she has an interest in ultrasonography. Being a lover of the outdoors, Theresa enjoys hiking and walking her dog, Duke, who she is training to run in agility.
Jen studied veterinary technology at Brown Mackie College. She excels in all areas of the profession, but her biggest strength is keeping up with Dr. Dave and making sure daily operations run smoothly. Jen has two german shepherd mix dogs, Caroline and CJ and one cat, Gary.
Carla graduated from Brown Mackie College. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary care, but has special interest in geriatrics and critical care. Having six cats of her own (Oogles and Pumpkin to name a few), she definitely shows great strength in dealing with all types of felines. In her free time, she camps every chance she gets with her husband and son and also plays music and sings in a band.
Pam graduated from Wright State with a bachelor of Science, then went on to study veterinary technology at University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters. She specializes in imagery (radiology, ultrasonography) and excels in surgical technology. Pam is also an avid camper and enjoys country music and cooking. She has one dog, Jack, and two cats Buff and Kimber.
Amanda graduated in veterinary technology from Brown Mackie College. She has a background in both large and small animal care. Surgical technology and working on emergency cases are two of her areas of interest. Outside of work, Amanda enjoys horseback riding, fishing, and shooting a bow. She has four goats and two dogs.