Our Administrative Staff

Josie, Operations Director

Aimée, Patient Care Coordinator, CVT

Josie is Society Hill Veterinary Clinic's Operations Director. She is responsible for scheduling appointments, training, and helping clients ensure their pet is happy and healthy between visits. She has been a member of our team since February of 2004.

"Every employee treats each pet that comes to Society Hill as if it were their own," says Josie. "Every day is a learning experience, and I appreciate the level of quality care we provide."

At home, Josie has four cats: Sully, Jewels, Mama and Mario. She also has a Italian Greyhound named Matt. In her free time, she enjoys reading, jogging, spending time outdoors, and hanging out with her friends and four-legged companions.

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Aimée, Patient Care Coordinator, CVT

Aimée, Patient Care Coordinator, CVTAimée is a highly skilled Certified Veterinary Technician and a Patient Care Coordinator who has been with Society Hill Veterinary Hospital since 1996. She was certified in 1999 and has an Associate's degree in Veterinary Science from Harcum College.

"I enjoy working here because of the level of care we are able to offer our clients," she says. "We have an exceptional doctor team and a great support staff who are always striving to make us better. There is also never a dull moment and we are always learning from each other."

At home, she has two cats named Robyn and Kitty, two dogs named Mr. Furley and Baby, two cockatiels named Chicken and Sal, an albino corn snake and a 55 gallon salt water reef tank. Aimée enjoys dancing, acting, and spending time with her family, husband and two children.

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Melanie, Client Care Coordinator

MelanieMelanie joined Society Hill Veterinary Hospital in August of 2013 and brings her passion for animals, and understanding and compassion for the clients, to the Client Service Team.

She describes the environment at Society Hill Veterinary Hospital as follows: “The staff is very welcoming. It's like a family here. I love how everyone works together to make the patients feel comfortable—ensuring that patients and clients receive the best possible care. The entire staff treats every pet as if they were their own.”

Melanie volunteers at the ASPCA and has two dogs of her own, Mia and King (both rescued from Philadelphia shelters). And when she is not working or volunteering, she enjoys free time hiking with her husband Dave and their dogs, as well as cooking, shopping/fashion, dancing with friends, and spending time with family.

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Jennifer, Inventory Coordinator / Training Assistant

Jennifer, Veterinary AssistantJennifer is Society Hill Veterinary Clinic's inventory coordinator and assistant trainer. She is responsible for meeting with vendors, training the inventory and medical team and occasionally performing building maintenance. She joined our team in August of 2005.

"Three generations of my family have worked at Society Hill," says Jennifer. "I really appreciate the fact that Society Hill Veterinary Clinic has been a local practice for over 65 years."

At home, Jennifer has four cats: Misty, Molly, Tootsie and Max; two dogs, Gaia and Sandy; and a turtle, Hockey Puck. In her free time, she enjoys biking through the city, historical art, geology, and relaxing with her dogs.

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Robert, Patient Advocate

Robert, Patient AdvocateAs a Patient Advocate, Robert oversees job quality control and customer service, and ensures that are records are up to date and accurate. Robert is a great listener, empathetic and compassionate about the care we provide here at the hospital. He's a familiar face at Society Hill Veterinary Hospital, having joined our staff in June of 2002.

"Society Hill Veterinary Hospital offers the gold standard in veterinary care," Robert said. "Our down-to-earth staff has compassion for every pet we see."

Robert is a big fan of word games like Scrabble and Boggle, and he's an avid record collector, camper, hiker, thrift shopping, fashion and dog walking. He has two cats named Emily and Alister.

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