Dr. Katie and Dr. Ann have a dream team of great staff members here at our hospital who contribute to patient and client care alike. They have been hired not only because they are skilled in their arenas and share our philosophy of compassionate patient care but because they have good hearts and sincere interest in our field. Let us introduce them to you…
Thea began her career in the veterinary field in April of 2008 as a part-time kennel and front desk assistant for Pine Point. In May of 2009 she came on board full time as a receptionist while occasionally assisting in the treatment area. Before coming to Pine Point, Thea worked in the Early Childhood Education field for more than 20 years. While fostering cats and kittens for the Animal Refuge League she realized she enjoyed working with animals and moved to Pine Point as soon as was possible. Rumor has it she has been having fun ever since. When not at work, Thea enjoys reading (made best when her cat snuggles with her), watching movies, riding her motorcycle and taking her beloved Austrailian Shepherds for walks.
Lisa started her career in veterinary medicine here at Pine Point Animal Hospital in 2006 after having worked in the child care field for 22 years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Child Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. Since 2006 Lisa has been enrolled in classes on-line through Purdue University with the goal of becoming a Certified Veterinary Technician. Lisa is very excited about her new career path and expanding her education to include her first love – animals. Lisa’s interest in veterinary medicine was sparked by her work with the Animal Refuge League in Westbrook. It was in this role that Lisa met Drs. Ann and Katie. Her fostering provided care for the feline population for 5½ years. Lisa’s house is filled with not only her own pets, but also with various cats and dogs that she is frequently “sitting” for someone else. When she is not at work or studying for classes, Lisa has been known to enjoy reading a good book (or twenty), watching an entertaining movie or cross-stitching a project as a gift for someone.