Support Staff

Emergency Veterinary Technicians

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffMiriam (CVT), Lead Emergency Veterinary Technician

Miriam joined the team at Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in October 2016. As an emergency veterinary technician, she is responsible for monitoring anesthesia, placing IV catheters, obtaining samples, triaging patients and communicating with and comforting clients. She provides exceptional nursing care to patients by communicating directly with the veterinarian to ensure that all patients receive accurate treatment to help with pain and healing.

"The most rewarding part of my job is being able to provide pain relief and help a patient recover from whatever ailment they may have," Miriam says. "I am happiest when I am able to discharge a patient back to their owner with an expectation of a full recovery."

Miriam holds an Associate degree in Veterinary Science from Becker College, and has experience handling a wide variety of exotic, domestic and farm animals. She is currently licensed with the Massachusetts Veterinary Technician Association, and is a Certified Veterinary CPR instruction with Basic Animal Rescue Training.

At home, Miriam has a 5-year-old domestic shorthair cat named Sir Sebastian Von Haddock, a 5-year-old terrier-mix named Layla and a 30-year-old quarter horse named Lizzy. She enjoys walking and hiking with her dog, riding her horse for pleasure, and cuddling with her cat. Outside of the hospital, Miriam spend her free time swimming, boating, tubing, jet-skiing, four-wheeling, going on nature walks, relaxing on the beach, dancing, antiquing and fishing.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffAlissa, Emergency Veterinary Technician

Alissa is a down-to-earth and compassionate veterinary nurse who has been skillfully caring for patients at Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center since October 2014. Her responsibilities include triage, monitoring patients during surgery and critical care. Alissa earned her Bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.

"I enjoy the high energy and excitement of emergency medicine, never knowing what can walk through the door next," she says. "I also enjoy working with a staff that's just as like-minded in the quality of medicine and personal care given to every animal that comes in for treatment. I am continuously challenged and encouraged to learn more every day from both my fellow technicians and the incredible doctors and management I work with."

Outside work, Alissa enjoys working on her family farm, riding horses, hiking and other outdoor activities. She has a Staffordshire terrier named Ziva, a Quarterhorse named Indy, a Miniature Pinto named Java and a barn cat named Sawyer as well as hens, cows and occasionally goats.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffAlly (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

Ally joined the medical team at Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in May 2017. Some of her daily responsibilities include providing nursing care, patient stabilization and triage. Ally loves exotic animals, and she enjoys cuddling patients and seeing critical patients recover and go home. Prior to joining our hospital, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Technology from Mount Ida College. Ally is currently working towards her veterinary technician certification.

“I completed an internship with Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center and I fell in love with the hospital and staff,” Ally says.

At home, Ally has an 8-year-old domestic shorthair cat named Rusty and a 5-year-old domestic shorthair cat named Twitch. In her free time, she enjoys mixed martial arts, boxing, hiking, being outside, swimming, and working as a counselor for Girl Scouts of America.

Angela (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

Full-time team member and Veterinary Technician Angela has been working in the animal related field for over 12 years, and came to Westford Veterinary Emergency Referral Center in January of 2017. She is a Certified Veterinary Technician, licensed in New Hampshire and Delaware, and is a vital piece of our incomparable workforce.

Currently enrolled at Southern New Hampshire University, Angela likes to keep her brain active and stimulated. She is extremely passionate about emergency and critical care, and hopes to pursue such fields in her professional future.

At home, Angela enjoys spending her down-time outdoors, as she loves the sun and being outside. Some of her hobbies include hiking, swimming, running, biking, and working at the horse farm. One of her favorite places to be is at the gym, where she trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu for as many hours as she can during the week. Angela has a variety of pets, including an American Saddlebred horse named Patrick, who she has had since she was 2 years old, Tyson, a rescued Pitbull, a chinchilla named Chinchy, a beta fish named Harold, and 4 cats named Chopper, Louie, O’Malley, and Stanley.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffDianne (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

As a veterinary technician, Dianne's responsibilities include taking vital signs and medical history, placing IV catheters and collecting blood and urine samples, completing in-house laboratory tests and taking radiographs. She is excellent and experienced at both comforting our patients and empathizing with their owners.

Dianne earned her Associate's degree in veterinary technology from Newbury College and joined our team in 2012. She recently became a grandma to Luna, a beagle mix.

Kyrie (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

Kyrie Sawicki joined the staff at Westford Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center in January 2017. She has worked in the animal-care field since 2007, and her favorite part of her job is working with critical patients and helping them towards recovery. As an emergency veterinary technician, she is also responsible for triaging patients, obtaining blood samples, placing IV catheters and monitoring anesthesia.

"Westford Veterinary Emergency is a hospital that not only has great client/patient care, but is also a great environment to work in," Kyrie says. "I love how everyone works together to help any and all patients that come through the door."

Prior to joining our hospital, Kyrie worked as an animal shelter volunteer, a kennel and daycare assistant and as a veterinary assistant and technician. She holds an Associate degree in Veterinary Medicine from Middlesex Community College, and is certified in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

At home, Kyrie has a 6-year-old domestic shorthair named Sable, a 5-year-old domestic shorthair named Autumn and an 11-year-old Siberian Husky named Kodiak. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, antique shopping and crafting.

Melanie, Emergency Veterinary Technician

Melanie joined the Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in July 2016. Her responsibilities as an Emergency Veterinary Technician include assisting the veterinarians with the medical care of hospitalized patients, patient advocate and filling in as temporary cuddle buddy for pets when owner can't be there. Providing comfort to patients and assuring they are treated well are what she enjoys most in her role at the hospital.

"I enjoy working with the great team members at Westford," Melanie says. "Everyone is so friendly and compassionate."

She has a bachelor's of science and has been employed in an animal related field for four years. In her free time, Melanie enjoys reading, hiking and spending time with her dog.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffMeridythe (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

Meridythe joined the Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center team in October 2016. As an emergency veterinary technician, her duties include the triage of patients, performing outpatient procedures and running blood tests.

She graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2005 with a bachelor degree in business administration and earned a bachelor degree in science from Mount Ida College in the fall of 2016.

Meridythe has worked in an animal-related field for four years, including as a volunteer for a greyhound adoption center.

"The staff has a strong work ethic and knowledge in regards to veterinary medicine, and work as a team in order to care for clients and their pets," she says.

When not working, Meridythe enjoys going for walks and hikes with her dog, Andiamo, a 3-year-old terrier mix adopted from Tennessee. She also likes reading mystery novels, watching Red Sox, Bruins and New England Patriot games, as well as spending time with friends and family.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffRobin, Emergency Veterinary Technician & Inventory Manager

With more than three decades of experience in an animal related field, Robin joined our team in October 2012. "The people are great to work with and there is always something to learn," she says.

Robin holds a Bachelor's degree in Biological Science from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and has spent years working in both a general and emergency veterinary practice. With her excellent organizational skills, she is in charge of monitoring hospital inventory. Her responsibilities also include caring for our patients, whether in- or outpatient.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffBrittany C., Emergency Veterinary Technician

Brittany is a full-time veterinary technician at Westford Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center. She graduated from Becker College in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science. Some of her daily responsibilities include admitting patients, comforting clients, administering medications, and running lab work. Brittany enjoys the face-paced environment of the hospital and the broad spectrum of cases they encounter.

Brittany enjoys working with all type of animals, including pocket pets! At home, Brittany cares for her Pitbull Mookie, and four ferrets named Nimbus, Flower, Duke, and Sirius. She enjoys hiking with her dog, going to concerts, and playing field hockey in her spare time.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffAllison (CVT), Emergency Veterinary Technician

Allison joined us as our full-time veterinary technician in December 2017. At Westford Veterinary, Allison works with our veterinarians, monitors patients, provides educational information for our clients, and administers treatments for our furry patients. She has an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology, another Associate’s Degree in Animal Care, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science.

She’s been working in the animal-related field for over 3 years and still can’t get enough! “I enjoy the fast-paced environment that emergency clinics offer. I also like the variety of interesting cases that are seen here.”

Allison has a German short-haired Pointer puppy named Denim who’s only 7 months old. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffVanessa S., Emergency Veterinary Technician

Vanessa first joined the Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center team in May 2016 as an intern. After two months, she was hired as a part-time technician assistant and currently works as an EVT. She is currently enrolled at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where she is working toward a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science.

She enjoys drawing blood, taking X-rays and doing lab work for patients.

"I like working here at WVERC because it is fast paced and every day brings something new," she says. "Everyone here works well together and they are always willing to teach me."

Vanessa has two pets of her own, including a 9-year-old German shepherd named Troy and a 16-year-old cat named Skinny. In addition to her time as a technician assistant, she always does some livestock work at the UMass Hadley Farm. Beyond work, Vanessa enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, yoga and cooking.

Miranda, Emergency Veterinary Technician

Miranda helps prioritize patients’ treatment plans, monitors blood transfusions, and assists in emergency and critical care. Miranda is passionate about being an advocate for her patients, since she is their voice when they are in the hospital. Miranda is a vital problem-solver on our team and always makes sure to put the patients’ comfort first during treatments. She has an associate degree of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from The Vet Tech Institute at Bradford and has been involved in animal related fields since 2012. She enjoys working in an ER environment because every day is an adventure to help animals feel better. Miranda and her husband enjoy taking their dogs to the park, cooking and exploring the town. They are expecting their first child together in February of 2019.

Amy, Emergency Veterinary Technician

Amy is our veterinary technician who joined our team in September 2018. Her positive, upbeat attitude and compassion combined with her 6-years experience in the animal field makes her a great fit for our staff. She has an Associate's Degree in Life Science and thoroughly enjoys helping our clients become stronger and healthier.

"I never know what my day will look like and enjoy the unpredictable, fast pace of the office. I enjoy helping sick and injured pets of all species," Amy says.

At home, Amy's place is filled with loving pets! She has a nine-year-old Staffordshire mix named Cocoa, four cats – Shadow, a one-year-old domestic long-haired; Milo, a nine-year-old domestic long-haired; Simbra, a 10-yer-old domestic short-haired; Princess, a 16-year-old domestic-long haired – a blue-tongued skink named Little Foot, a ball python named Baelfire, a King snake named Noodle, two tarantulas, a turtle, a scorpion, and a Sugar Glider named Rocky. What a full house!

In her spare time, Amy enjoys hiking, fishing, traveling, and zoo-hopping.

Specialty Veterinary Technicians

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffChelsea, Specialty Veterinary Technician

Chelsea works full-time as a veterinary technician at Westford Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center. She received her Bachelor’s in Applied Sciences from Mount Ida College in Newton, MA. Chelsea’s favorite part of her job is assisting with ultrasounds.

In her free time, Chelsea enjoys cooking and reading. When the weather is nice, you can find her gardening, hiking, skiing, boating, fishing, and hunting. Chelsea has a dog named Ruger, and two cats, Selene and Risbee. Ruger and Chelsea attend training sessions regularly and are starting to work on agility training.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffChristine, Specialty Veterinary Technician & Hospital Coordinator

A natural team player and problem solver, Christine has been a part of the Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center team "since day one" in November 2012. Christine is in charge of the day-to-day running of our specialty departments and ensuring strong communication between all of our departments. She is also our Lowell Humane Society and NEADS program hospital liaison. With an Associate's degree in Animal Science from Mount Ida College, she boasts 16 years of experience in an animal related field.

"I really enjoy meeting our clients and their beloved pets," she says. "I love hearing their stories and seeing the bond between them."

Christine volunteers her free time with ACE (Animal Care and Education) of Central Massachusetts, a non-profit organization dedicated to the care of animals in need and the education of school children and their families on pet care responsibility.

Outside work, Christine is also a licensed horseback riding instructor and former member of the Mount Ida Equestrian Team. These days, she enjoys trail riding just for fun. She also enjoys hiking, reading,  cooking on the grill, and being kept busy by her two sons, Owen and Myles. Christine and her family have two dogs, a Puggle, Suzie, and a Chihuahua, Hershey; two cats, Angel and Simmy; and a beta fish, Squidward Tentacles.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffEmily, Specialty Veterinary Technician Assistant

Emily began working with us here at Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in June 2018 as a Specialty Veterinary Technician Assistant and has proven herself to be a vital team member. She brings with her a strong passion about animals and a superb understanding of client relations each day she enters our doors. Some of Emily’s daily responsibilities include restraining animals, providing assistance where needed, obtaining temperatures, heart rates, weight checks, and running blood work.

She has been in the animal related field for over 4 years, having prior experience working as a Receptionist for Ayer Animal Medical Center. Emily has grown up with vats and dogs her whole life, and loves being able to work with them and their amazing owners. When asked about working here at Westford, Emily states, “I’ve heard good things about WVERC and everyone here is very nice and had made me feel welcome. There is a great relationship with clients and everyone has great communications skills.”

In her spare time, Emily enjoys going for long walks and loves going to the beach for some relaxation. She also likes going hiking, fishing, shopping, and spending time with her friends and family.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffJerri, Specialty Veterinary Technician

Jerri joined Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in January 2017, and has worked in the animal-care field for over 10 years. As a veterinary technician, she assists with ultrasounds, CT scans, oncology treatments, radiographs, internal medicine appointments, blood draws and lab work. Jerri earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Technology from Mt. Ida College in 2006.

At home, Jerri has a 3-year-old lab mix named Dublin, two 3-year-old lab/boxer mixes named Maddie and Sully, and a lovebird named Grady. She enjoys spending her free time with her son Caydin, family and friends. Jerri is an assistant coach on Caydin’s baseball team. She also enjoys photography, camping and going to the beach.

Lyndsey, Specialty Veterinary Technician Assistant

Lyndsey Holston is our veterinary technician assistant who joined our team in August of 2017. Here at our office, Lyndsey assists our doctors and technicians with internal medicine appointments for your pets. This includes getting patient history, assisting with ultra sounds, CT scans, and performing laboratory diagnostic tests.

“I really enjoy communicating with clients and getting the opportunity to know their pet’s history in order to help the doctor form a treatment plan and bring their cherished companion back to their normal, happy selves,” she says.

With a positive attitude and a drive to educate herself further, Lyndsey is excited to work with our staff to help improve your pets’ lives.

In her spare time, Lyndsey enjoys spending time outdoors, going on hikes, going on walks, and visiting the beach with her four-year-old black Labrador retriever, Ryley. She also likes long car rides, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistants

Westford Emergency VeterinariansAdriana, Emergency Veterinary Techinician Assistant

Adriana is a full-time Veterinary Technician Assistant at Westford Veterinary Emergency & Referral Center. Some of Adriana’s responsibilities include assisting in patient care, cleaning, and stocking of supplies in the hospital. She loves having the opportunity to work closely with the technicians and doctors on emergency cases. Her upbeat, positive attitude is helpful to patients and staff during high-stress situations.

Adriana has two dogs, Zoey (Pitbull) and Baloo (German Sheppard/Boarder Collie mix), and a cat named Ashes. In her spare time, Adriana enjoys hiking with her dogs and shopping at flea markets.

Ashley, Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistant

Biography coming soon!

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffBrenna, Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistant

Brenna was welcomed to the WVERC in June of 2018 as a part time Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistant. When she is not working at our facility, Brenna is pursuing her education at UMass Amherst. Through ger program of studies, Brenna works with Hadley Farm, and also works at a doggy daycare.

When asked about working for WVERC, Brenna says, “WVERC provides me with a great opportunity to work while I am a student, and multiple opportunities to gain veterinary experience outside of a classroom setting.”

At home, Brenna has one cat. She enjoys passing her free-time by spending it with friends, family, and loved ones.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffLauren, Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistant

Lauren helps the team by assisting doctors and technicians, running lab work, patient restraint and monitoring during procedures, preparing surgical equipment and various cleaning duties. Our team loves that she has extensive experience in canine behavior. Bachelor’s in Russian Language from Mount Holyoke College and soon she will be going to school for an associate degree in veterinary technology. She enjoys constantly learning on the job and getting to know the patients. Lauren has been employed in animal-related fields since 2012! When she isn’t at work, she is caring for her dogs Valkyrie and Finley.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffVanessa H., Emergency Veterinary Technician Assistant

Vanessa is a compassionate and understanding emergency veterinary technician assistant who joined the Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center in November 2014. Her responsibilities include assisting veterinarians during procedures and helping the hospital's patients receive the best care possible .

"I enjoy working in this veterinary hospital because of my wonderful coworkers, amazing clientele and the variety of animals I see from day to day," she says. "Emergency clinics have a different type of atmosphere, but our team is outstanding when it comes to putting the clients and their pets first."

Outside work, Vanessa likes to spend her time with her family, visiting her mom in Hawaii and going on adventures with her boyfriend.

Client Service Representatives

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffKathy, Lead Client Service Representative & Accounts Receivable Manager

Kathy joined our team in May 2013 and is responsible for supervising the reception staff and overseeing accounts receivable. In her role, she can successfully combine her love and compassion for animals, her years of client communication experience and her knowledge of accounting.

"I love working for an exceptional management team that constantly shows their appreciation to the staff," she says. "It's a pleasure to work in an environment where we are able to medically treat such a variety of animals and see the happy reunion when they can go home."

Kathy has two mixed breed dogs, Rexey and Lilly, and three cats, Smokey, Snickers and Molly. She enjoys yard sales, flea markets, open houses, walks with her dogs and spending time with family and friends.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffKarla, Client Service Representative

Karla plays a key role in our receptionist staff here at Westford Veterinary Emergency Referral Center, working to assess the severity of injury or illness in order to call for the right triage code for incoming patients. Karla is also responsible for answering client phone calls, assisting staff, and various other receptionist duties. One of her favorite aspects of the job is checking a patient out and knowing that they are going home healthy with our clients. Karla brings over 15 years of experience to her position, and possesses Spanish-speaking capabilities.

Karla loves the summer time, and enjoys spending much of her free time outside. She loves to garden, growing her own vegetables during the summer months. Karla is not only a wonderful receptionist, but she is also a certified Zumba instructor. However, that’s not all as she also owns her own clothing boutique. At home, Karla owns a German Sheppard named Diezal, two cats named Lion “O” and Tails, along with two parrots named Nikita and Ollie.

Jessa, Client Service Representative

Jessa joined our team here at Westford Veterinary Emergency Referral Center in April of 2017, and has been working in the animal related field since 2014. Some of her daily responsibilities include greeting clients and patients, managing multiple phone lines, checking client and patients in and out of our office, and keeping our hospital looking clean and presentable. What Jessa enjoys most about her receptionist position is talking with clients and meeting their pets. She likes hearing their stories and seeing reunions when hospitalized patients go home.

“I previously worked for a general practice where every day was the same thing and slow paced,” Jessa says. “The environment here is faster paced and spontaneous – every day is different; you never know what’s going to be coming through the door! The staff here is welcoming and friendly, everyone has the best interest of the client and patient in mind and the team work is outstanding!”

Jessa enjoys spending her free time by baking, going to concerts and music festivals, spending time with her family and friends, tea-tasting to discover new blends, and going for walks or swims with her two Pitbulls, Bella and Mangiare. Jessa also shares her home with a DSH cat named Sashy, a sun conure named Sweet Pea, and an iguana named Little Red.

Liz, Client Service Representative

Liz is our full-time internal medicine receptionist who joined us in November 2017. She helps set up and confirm appointments with our clients, as well as relay important messages to our doctors and staff. One of her favorite parts of working with Westford Veterinary is meeting each and every client and getting to interact with their lovely pets. Her love for animals and top organization skills makes her a perfect fit with our team.

“I love the people I work with, seeing the same patients and hearing that they are getting better,” Liz says.

In her free time, Liz loves to spend time with her husband their “spoiled rotten” 3-year-old Beagle named Jax. They like to take Jax to the dog park together. Some of Liz’s hobbies include reading and going to the movies.

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffSarah Jane, Client Service Representative

Sarah Jane is the first person you will see at our office. Communicating with clients, answering phones, keeping lobby presentable, administrative tasks and filling the dog cookie bowl. She has a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biology from UC Davis. Sarah has many pets, including two cats named Annabelle and Caboose, a leopard gecko named Moe, a cornsnake named Jeter, nine fish named Donnie, Debbie, Darwin, Phil, Spike, Dil, Angelica, Appa and Boxy, a rose hair tarantula named Athenia and two snails named Reptar and Gary. Sarah loves seeing patients recover back to their happy, healthy selves. In her spare time, you can find her hiking, baking, shopping at used bookstores, and watching the Hallmark Channel or the Yankees.

India, Client Service Representative

Working as one of our full time Client Service Representatives, India shows a positive and outgoing personality and attitude each day she comes in to Westford Veterinary Emergency Referral Center. Since joining our team in August of 2018 India has been working hard to uphold our high standards of customer service and interaction. She handles medical records maintenance, helps answer phones, provides client education, assists with hospital upkeep and cleanliness, and assists with client check ins and follow-ups.

“Being around animals is a passion of mine,” India proclaims. “I love all animals, big or small. I love working here and helping people as well. I want people to know that I care about their animals and care about the owners’ concerns and worries as well. Being in an environment like this gives me a chance to be around animals and also assure pet parents that someone other than them cares about their beloved pet.”

Outside of the hospital, India attends school for Medical Assisting at Quinsigamond Community College. At home she has eight pets. India has four dogs, named Deli, Snowbie, Yogi, and Dakota. She also has two bunnies, named Fawn and Beans, as well as two fish named Jack and Eleanor.

Mallory, Client Service Representative

Biography coming soon!

Hospital Relations Coordinator

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffSarah, Hospital Relations Coordinator

Sarah is our full-time Hospital Relations Coordinator that joined our team in April of 2018. Her responsibilities include promotion through social media and local events, as well as creating strong relationships with local DVMs and pet-related businesses. Her 8-year history working in the animal related field allows her to work efficiently and flawlessly at WVERC.

At home, Sarah has a Tri-Colored Border Collie named Maya, who is 11-years-young. Sarah loves spending her free time with family and friends, no matter if it's a casual setting or an event. One of the great joys in Sarah’s life is seeing her daughter share the same passion for animals as she does. Sarah also enjoys taking photos and watching her favorite hockey team, the Boston Bruins.

Management

Westford Emergency Veterinary StaffLisa, Practice Manager

As our practice manager since September 2014, Lisa's responsibilities include overseeing the daily operations of the hospital and maintaining positive relationships with team members, clients and referring veterinarians. Lisa earned her Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Technology from Becker College and is a certified veterinary technician. With her thorough understanding of the veterinary industry, she is committed to ensuring we offer exceptional client service and patient care.

"Westford Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center is a growing organization which values the opinions and suggestions of its team members," she says. "We consistently strive to offer top-notch client service and patient care, and search for methods to improve the business."

Lisa has four cats: Cliffy, Tippy, Kayla and Mary Ellen. She enjoys hiking, fishing, camping, watching her son play sports and spending time with family and friends.

Westford Emergency VeterinariansJohn, Director of Organizational Development

As Director of Organizational Development, John is responsible for facility design and maintenance and employee well-being. John works closely with the staff to help them develop as individuals and professionals, and has a passion for continuous improvement. He holds a PhD in Engineering and is currently enrolled in a Master's program for robotics.

"Our staff is the best there is in terms of professionalism, capability and personality," says John. "It's great to just be at the hospital and see the teamwork. I'm proud to be a staff member."

At home, John has a fish, Wanda, who is over 20 years old. He enjoys auto restoration, home restoration, ship building, and fitness.

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