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Teamwork

The Animal Medical Hospital at Glenwood believes that providing top quality pet care and customer service is a team effort.

The staff at AMH Glenwood is provided with continuing education on the growing technical advances in veterinary medicine and customer service.

Our veterinary team is a dynamic mix of individuals who come together every day to provide compassionate animal healthcare and client customer service.

Please take a few minutes to meet our staff and review their roles here at the Animal Medical Hospital at Glenwood.


Practice Manager

The Practice Manager works to ensure the standard of quality veterinary care and customer service is maintained throughout the practice.

She directs and plans marketing, social media, financial compliance, hospital policy and procedure.

The Practice Manager is always available to speak with clients to answer any questions and address any concerns.

Eileen

From a young age, Eileen has always known that she desired a career in the veterinary field. She started off working with animals teaching canine obedience classes in the 90's. In the year 2000, Eileen transitioned into the veterinarian medicine field. Joining the AMH family in May of 2016, she feels extremely lucky to be part of such an amazing group of doctors and staff. Everyone here truly cares about the animals we see as well as their owners. Eileen is always available to our clients to answer questions or address concerns. "I look forward to meeting more of our clients and their pets in the future."


Client Service Representatives

The Client Service Representative is your first point of contact when calling or coming into our hospital.

They cordially greet all our clients and their pets, schedule patient appointments, educate our clients on wellness care and parasite prevention, place appointment confirmation calls, help clients locate pet food diets, process client payments, and more.

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Carolyn

Carolyn joined our team in February 2006. She is a local resident and loves seeing our clients and their pets when out and about in the community. When not at work, Carolyn enjoys spending time with her family, friends and watching football. She adores her furry friends: "Bessie" (Yellow Lab), and "Tuxedo" (cat).


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Catherine

Catherine has been part of the AMH family since July 2012 where she began as an animal caretaker. Catherine’s love and passion for animals has led her to work many roles in the hospital. Along with caretaker, she has been a veterinary technician and has now moved into the important role of a client service representative. In her free time, Catherine enjoys time with her family, hiking, rock climbing and many other outdoor activities.


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Sydney


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Carmen

Carmen came to AMH in July of 2016. After meeting the staff and seeing the hospital she knew this is where she wanted to be. When Carmen isn't at work, you can find her at home with her husband, daughter, 2 cats named "Rider" and "Frankie", and her Mini Pin, "Bubba". Carmen enjoys time with her family and playing poker game with friends. Let's not forget about her love for the Orioles and Ravens!


Veterinary Technicians

Our Veterinary Technicians assist our veterinarians during appointments, procedures, and surgery. They are the extra eyes and ears of our doctors during all aspects of treating and caring for our patients.

Our Veterinary Technicians pride themselves on the care they give every case. They make sure that each client and their pets are comfortable during their visit to our hospital. In addition to the care and quality attention they provide each visitor to our exam rooms, they are continuously expanding their education on a medical and surgical level to bring you and your pets cutting edge knowledge in the ever-expanding field of medicine.

Emily

Emily

Emily was born and raised in Howard County Maryland, where she lives on her grandparents' 88 acre farm. Her passion and love for animals led her to begin working at AMH in high school; a career choice that suited her so well that she has been with this practice for 14 years and counting! Emily feels very blessed to be part of such a caring team of doctors, staff and clients at AMH.

When Emily is not working at AMH, she enjoys spending time with her family. She deeply loves her pets, which include two dogs ("Rusty" and "Whitey"), two cats ("Gizmo" and "Grinchy"), two horses ("Scarlett" and "Blaze"), two donkeys ("Ears" and "Lady"), and 12 goats, her favorite of which is "Fidey". When Emily is not occupied with her family and pets, she loves to shop and watch her favorite football team, the Baltimore Ravens.


Kari

Kari

Kari started with the practice in September of 2007 as our large animal technician. Her passion for horses and being outside led her to seek a job position where she can care for and come into contact with horses on a daily basis. Kari also enjoys being a part of the small animal side of our practice. Interacting with clients and their pets and sharing in the joy that these furry friends provide is a highlight of every day.

When not working, Kari enjoys riding her two horses, "Hank" and "Onyx". She also enjoys hiking with her husband and two dogs, "River", a German Wirehaired Pointer, and "Dixie", a Catahoula Leopard Dog.


Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn

Kaitlyn joined the AMH family in 2012 as a kennel technician. Since starting at AMH, Kaitlyn has filled the roles as a client service representative and a kennel technician. She has expanded her knowledge and grown within the practice to include being one of our large animal technicians, while working in the hospital as a small animal technician, as well. Kaitlyn is extremely busy outside of AMH attending college and riding her horse. She is very horse savvy and enjoys every minute she can spend with them.


Chelsi

Chelsi

Chelsi was born and raised in Frederick County, Maryland. She earned an Associates degree at Frederick Community College before transferring to Stevenson University where she completed a Bachelors degree in Psychology. During her time at Stevenson, Chelsi followed her passion for animals, completing an internship at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and working at a small emergency practice.

After graduation, Chelsi moved to South Jersey and began working as a technician at Mount Laurel Animal Hospital, a veterinary hospital affiliated with the University of Pennsylvania and general practice that includes exotic and large animals. She loved working with animals of all species and the dynamic experience in different fields of veterinary medicine.

After spending five years in New Jersey, Chelsi recently moved home to Frederick with her husband and high school sweetheart, Ryan. Since beginning employment with AMH and working closely with the Howard County Humane Society here, she was allowed the honor of adopting a wonderful pet in need from the Humane Society. Chelsi and Ryan are proud new parents of "Ogden", a 1 year old Mixed Breed gentleman. In her free time, Chelsi loves to travel the world and is an avid Orioles and Ravens fan.


Technician Assistants

Technician Assistants help the Veterinary Technicians by prepping for surgery, handling supplies, cleaning and sterilizing instruments, and transporting patients from the operating room to the recovery ward.

Technician Assistants work directly with the Animal Caregivers to ensure that the hospitalized patients and the boarding animals are comfortable and well taken care of.

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Sonni

Sonni has been a staple in the AMH family for 16 years. She is always bright and cheerful and takes her passion for caring for animals to the next level every day. She is responsible for anything from assisting in surgery to caring for our boarding animals on a daily basis. Sonni is married to her husband David and together they have a son named Sean. The family owns 3 cats named "CC", "Eli" and "Angel". In Sonni's spare time, she is extremely active with her second family called "Boom Shake". Sonni teaches exercise classes ranging from aerobics- to zumba-type workouts and is a bright shining light every where she goes.


Animal Caretakers

Our Animal Caretakers perform a variety of duties to assure that the animals in the hospital are well cared for. Their responsibilities range from feeding and exercising the animals to maintaining the cleanliness of the hospital and the outside perimeter.

Each member is committed to the care of all animals in the hospital. They show compassion and strong attention to detail when caring for each and every animal inside our walls.


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Alaina

Alaina was born and raised in Carroll County, Maryland. Ever since she was little she has had a deep passion and love for animals. Alaina's entire life has revolved around animals in some way. When Alaina was 14, her first job was walking dogs, feeding cats and dogs, bathing animals, etc. Alaina has always had some type of animal in her house, whether it's a dog, cat, fish, guinea pig, or a hermit crab. Currently, Alaina has 6 dogs; "Cuda", "Smidgen", "Kanga", "Jaivyn", "Bam", and "Pug". She also has two guinea pigs, "Tidbit" and "Dash". Since being employed at AMH, Alaina has cultivated her future to include furthering her education in animal care. She feels the staff here at AMH is amazing and everyone has been so nice and helpful, she admits that we really are a team. Alaina feels lucky to be a part of the amazing care we provide to all of the animals we come in contact with. Alaina loves going on hikes and walks with her dogs, (not all at once, of course!) and enjoys being outdoors. In her free time, Alaina loves spending time with friends and family.

New patients receive $25 off their first visit.

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Animal Medical Hospital Glenwood

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    Terri / Glenwood, MD
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