Meet Our Team
Sue Wood has been working at the hospital for over 20 years. Some of her responsibilities are scheduling appointments, billing, and assisting in surgery. She enjoys doing pet therapy and agility with her dog Bailey.
Jess Cammauf is a certified veterinary technician who graduated from Wilson College. She joined our practice after graduating in 2004. Some of her responsibilities include assisting in surgery and monitoring anesthesia. Jess enjoys spending time with her two sons and her husband.
Jen Baxter graduated with a degree in Equine Science from Centenary College in 2010. She started working at the hospital in 2011. Some of her responsibilities are scheduling appointments and assisting the veterinarians in the field. In her free time she enjoys barrel racing, team sorting, trail riding and spending time with her husband and dog.
Heather Doll graduated from Penn State University in 2005 with a BS in Animal Science. She started working at the hospital in 2015 after spending 10 years at a thoroughbred/standardbred breeding farm as farm manager and trainer. She is a USTA licensed driver and trainer and enjoys following the racing careers of the horses she has started. In her leisure time she loves spending time with her family, running and reading.
Stephanie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with dual degrees in Business and Russian. She started working at Green Glen in 2004. After taking some time off to raise her 4 daughters, she is working as the Business/Marketing Manager. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, being outdoors and sporting events with her kids.
Prior to coming to work for Green Glen in 2016, Shelly worked for an equine veterinary practice for two years in Wilmington, NC and then spent twelve years with Nandi Vet in New Freedom, PA. She is involved in her family's business of hand crafting fine leather goods and now operates her own leather shop. Shelly enjoys spending time with her husband on the farm where they have several dogs, cats, rabbits, and a small flock of chickens and ducks. They also raise Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats and reining bred quarter horses.