Meet the folks who make it all happen.
Kerry has always had a knack for computers, apps, and problem-solving. Of course, she’s also loved animals ever since her earliest days. When the opportunity arose for her to combine both of those interests, she jumped at the chance! Starting out as a Tech at Galena Animal Medical Clinic, Kerry moved into becoming the Social Media Administrator, and now serves as Office Manager which carries many responsibilities.
Kerry is a 1990 graduate from Kent County High School who spent years in management and customer service before joining the team here at Galena Animal Medical Clinic in October of 2017. Her skillset includes organization, photography, and storytelling—she also makes sure there is a healthy dose of humor around the entire team to brighten up every shift!
At home, Kerry lives with her two daughters, their dog and five cats.
Thanks to his family farm, Bill has spent time around all sorts of animals, including geese, guinea pigs, and even a baby deer. For him, animal care is just something that comes naturally. Why not continue to help animals in whatever way he could, Bill thought, by working in the world of veterinary medicine?
Bill is a 1997 graduate from Kent County High School and studied communications before entering the world of animal medicine. He serves as a Veterinary Technician with the Galena Animal Medical Clinic family and loves to help pets feel better on a daily basis—nothing beats seeing a happy, healthy patient reunited with their loving owner!
Bill lives in Worton with his two spoiled dogs.
Joanna was born in New Zealand and moved with her family to the United States when she was 12 years old. She started working in a veterinary clinic when she was a teenager growing up in California. She enjoyed working in the veterinary field so much, she decided to make it her career. Joanna takes pride in making sure clients receive an outstanding customer experience at each visit and enjoys creating those long-lasting relationships.
Joanna came to Galena Animal Medical Clinic after moving to this area from New England in 2016, where she had lived for the past 23 years. She’s been a member of the GAMC family since October of 2017 and loves to get to know each client and their four-legged friend(s).
Her time away from the front desk is spent as a team member of the MidAtlantic Horse Rescue as well as volunteering her time at local horse shows in the area. She lives on her farm in Warwick with her rescue animals which includes 3 horses, 2 cats and a dog. She and her husband have 3 children, one of which is an employee here at GAMC.
Miranda has always loved animals and loved the field of veterinary medicine. From a young age her goal has been to become a veterinarian. Working at the clinic has given her a valuable opportunity to gain knowledge and hands on experience within the field.
Miranda is from Aberdeen Maryland and graduated from Aberdeen High School in 2019. She lives with her mom, dad, younger brother, and two dogs. She currently attends Delaware State University where she majors in Agriculture with a concentration in Pre-Veterinary Science. She will graduate in the in spring of 2023 and plans to attend veterinary school following graduation.
Sam has been a member of our care team since July of 2019. Sam has always wanted to be around animals. She currently is attending University of Delaware where she is majoring in Pre-Vet Medicine. She is in the animal science club and pre-vet club at the university as well.
Growing up Sam has had many pets, she currently has 2 dogs, 3 cats, 1 tortoise, 4 chickens, and some fish. She was a member of 4-H for 10 years where she showed dogs, rabbits, sheep, and goats. In her free time, she enjoys riding horses, riding dirt bikes, fishing, and traveling.
At the clinic Sam loves getting as much hands-on experience as she can to help prepare her for the future. She enjoys gaining as much knowledge and advice from all the staff as well. She is happy to jump in and help with whatever and whenever needed.
Photos courtesy of JennQuinn Photography
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