Dana grew up in Philadelphia, PA. In 2002, she received her bachelors from Unity College in Maine in Wildlife and Zoology. In 2009, she received her masters degree from Antioch University New England in Conservation Biology. She began working in the veterinary field in 2006. She has worked in general practices in various states, she has worked both as an ER technician and ICU nurse, as well as in cardiology specialty hospital. She began working part time at EAH in April 2019. She has a Siamese mix named Pants.

COVID Policy Update - July 2021

We are excited to announce some news that will make some of you very happy!

Starting Monday, July 12th we will be allowing one masked client to accompany their companion into the hospital.  Given the age and small size of the building and ventilation, social distancing remains a challenge which is why we must limit inside visits to one family member.  Details are listed below.  We will continue to provide curbside service for families who are not comfortable with our policies or health risks.   

  • All clients entering the building, will remain masked regardless of COVID 19 vaccine status.  The mask will remain on for the entirety of the visit, even when no one else is in the exam room as our ventilation system supplies the entire hospital.   If you forget your mask or have a health condition which prevents you from wearing a mask, you will remain curbside for your appointment.  
  • If you do want to come inside for your appointment, you will still call on arrival for check in and wait in your car until a staff member can escort you directly into a room with your pet.  At the end of the appointment, you will be checked out in the room.
  • Each appointment can be attended by ONE family member as our exam rooms are very small.  The exception is end of life care during which two family members will be allowed inside. 
  • Our staff members will restrain all pets during their exam.  Owner will remain in the room but will be required to social distance from the table during the exam.  
  • If your companion is sick or injured requiring diagnostics (x-rays or bloodwork) and/or treatments (sq fluids, injections), we may ask that you return to your car to wait or drop them off until they are ready to go home. 
  • For food and medication pick up, we will remain curbside. Please call from your car and someone will meet you at the door to give you the medication or food. 
  • We thank you for your patience as we navigate this new modified system. 


We would also like to take the time to let you know that Sue, our office manager, will be out for an unknown period of time.  Unfortunately, her daughter was in a terrible car accident requiring indefinite medical care.  Sue is currently travelling 4 hours daily to be with her in the hospital.  If you have the means to help support her, any gift would be greatly appreciated.