Nicole is someone who enjoys finding new ways to make your experience at our hospital as positive and pleasurable as possible. After earning her Management in Veterinary Technology degree, Nicole hopes to obtain distinction as a Certified Practice Manager. If she’s not working or studying, Nicole loves spending time with her husband, three kids and nine fur babies, including a new “non-fur” baby Sphynx cat.
Brittani was drawn to animal care as a teenager and has been with Parkway since December of 2020. She’s currently earning her CVT certification through the Penn Foster Career Program. When she’s not studying or working, Brittani loves spending time with her husband and their French bulldogs Bella and Kona, and a Chiweenie named Bernard. She also enjoys shopping, DIY projects, interior decorating, and exploring the outdoors.
Jennifer realized her love for animals at an early age and has been part of our team since October of 2019. She has earned both an AA and bachelor’s degree and is now pre-vet, working to obtain a DVM and become a full-fledged veterinarian. She shares her home with Brutus, a beagle/hound/bulldog mix, and an elderly Jack Russell terrier named Gyzmo.
After growing up around animals her whole life, Kelly started working in veterinary hospitals at 16, and became part of our staff in December of 2020. She has learned her skills on the job and has added Fear Free training to her list of accomplishments. When she’s not working, Kelly loves spending time with her kids, Payton and Aiden as well as fostering kittens, reading, camping, and hanging out at the beach. Her pets include Molly, a dachshund mix as well as foster failures Butters, Pickle, and Bentley.
Terrie has always loved animals and switched from human to veterinary medicine in 2006 to care for them. She graduated from the Yale–New Haven Sponsor Hospital Paramedic Program and has worked as a paramedic and licensed x-ray technician. She started at Parkway on July 10, 2020.
In her free time, Terrie enjoys biking, swimming, reading and fostering kittens. Her cats Monkey, Angel, Peanut, Jack-a-Roo, Pooh, and Winnie were all bottle babies that ended up as foster failures.
Lauren has loved animals since she was a small child. She has a menagerie of her own at home, including 3 dogs and 6 cats. Lauren joined the Parkway Veterinary team this summer, and when she isn’t helping her beloved clients, you may find Lauren cooking, working on schoolwork, or playing video games.
Senior Veterinary Receptionist
Sara has been an animal lover since she was a young child and became part of the Parkway Veterinary Center reception team in 2019. When she’s not busy helping clients and their animal companions at work, she enjoys hanging out with her own family of pets, which consists of four felines named Chuchi, Cham, Yimi, and Cookie.