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Courtney is a Veterinary Surgical Technician who has been working in the industry for eight years. She is a Class of 2011 graduate of the Raymond Walters College Veterinary Technology Program at University of Cincinnati, where she was the class treasurer and received the Outstanding Student Award.
Courtney joined the PHAH Team in 2016 to lead our surgical nursing staff. She is a member of the Association of Animal Behavior Professionals and is currently completing certification in Ultrasound Fundamentals.
In her free time Courtney enjoys being with her family and putting her creative skills to work. She is currently publishing a children's book called "Good Night Sun, Good Morning Moon."
Holly is a Northern KY native with over five years experience in management and customer service. She came to PHAH as a Customer Service Representative in 2015 to expand her knowledge in the animal field.
Holly has a passion for dance, and has been teaching competitively for five years after experience with Cincinnati Ballet Company productions.
When she is not greeting you at the door here or teaching dance, she enjoys spending time reading, de-cluttering, binge-watching Netflix, and/or cheering on the Bengals with her daughter, boyfriend, and feline son, "Romeo."
Kelti became part of the PHAH Team in 2015 with four years experience in customer service and the nickname "Snow White," indiciative of her strong desire to work with animals. She is our Lead Kennel Technician who cares for your babies while you are away.
Kelti pays close attention to the operations of our boarding facility and develops bonds with each of our guests. She is a certified Veterinary Support Assistant, helping the nursing team as needed, and has completed a series of educational seminars specifically designed for Brusher/Bathers covering animal handling skills, safety, and techniques for brushing and bathing.
Kelti is mom to two dogs, two ferrets, and two cats, and enjoys spending time with her husband while he isn't trying to deter her from having a zoo at home - if she could, she would adopt everything that needed a home! She and her husband also run a small rustic home decor business, Coda Co., in their spare time. They love to camp and spend time hiking at Red River Gorge with their dogs, sharing their love of nature. She is artistically inclined and loves to paint and draw.
Norma joined PHAH in 2008 and her first priority is to make you and your pet feel at home each time you walk in our door. Norma lives in Park Hills with her husband, Phillip, and their four dogs.
With two sons and a granddaughter to keep her busy, Norma still finds time to stoke her gardening passion, even digging in the dirt in the PHAH flower beds on her day off! Her favorite part about being on our team is the close connection she makes with every one of our clients.
Malinda came to Park Hills Animal Hospital in 2013. She is a member of the National Dog Grooming Association, has been grooming dogs and cats since 1998, and loves getting creative with her skills while grooming mixed breed dogs. Malinda offers grooming services until 9:00pm Monday through Friday. She lives in Ohio with her husband, daughter, son, four dogs and two cats.
Ashley joined the PHAH Customer Service and Kennel Team in 2016 with four years experience in Customer Service in the veterinary industry. She is a Georgetown, KY native who moved to Northern KY in 2013.
Jill is a KY native who grew up on a farm with lots of animals, including show horses. She began her career at PHAH in 2016, after ten years in the industry as a Certified Professional Pet Groomer, and has her degree in Veterinary Technology.
Jill assists in the exam rooms and in dental procedures and surgery, and is also certified in laser therapy for your pets.
Jill says, after ten years as a groomer, "I've decided to move forward with my passion for animals and be the technician that I was destined to become. I take pride and pleasure in my job, and love being a Surgical Technician. I learn new things everyday and I'm so happy to help our patients get well. I'll be a tech until I retire! Animals are my life and I'll continue to care for them for the rest of my life. I'm very happy working at PHAH. We have a great team here."
Jill enjoys spending time with her two daughters, three dogs, and three cats. Riding is still one of her favorite hobbies, and her passion was passed down to both of her beautiful daughters, whether riding for pleasure or showing, and they both love animals just as much as she does.
Emily is a Northern Kentucky native, proud sister and aunt, and UL Cardinals fan. After spending 8 years in Denver, CO where she developed an even greater love for the outdoors, she could no longer escape the gravitational pull of home and moved back to the area to be with family.
She has always been an animal lover, horses in particular, and is thankful that her parents allowed her to explore those interests at an early age. Although career ambitions and responsibilities have since taken precedence over hobbies, she hopes to someday find time to enjoy that passion again. Combining her love for the outdoors and horses, her favorite pastime is a day at Keeneland Race Track with family and friends, and she will also always hold dear the experience of hearing live music at Red Rocks Ampitheater (and recommends both to anyone who gets the opportunity).
On her days off she loves to be outdoors and hang out with her 13-year-old rescue dog, Phantom, who is suspected by many to be a reincarnated human. They share their home with two cats, Dennis and Moe.