Stautzenberger College Hires New Veterinarian and Veterinary Assistants

Stautzenberger College campus in Maumee Hire New Veterinary Experts Stautzenberger College Hires New Veterinarian and Veterinary Assistants
On August 25, 2016

The Stautzenberger College campus in Maumee has added some new talent to its stable of veterinary experts.

April Deiter, LVT, RVT joins the Stautzenberger College team as the new program chair, after working for the Toledo Zoo since 2009. Her experience also includes work for Dogwood Veterinary Emergency, the South Suburban Animal Hospital and the Detroit Zoo. She is a member of the Association of Zoo Veterinary Technicians (AZVT), the National Association of Veterinary Technicians (NAVTA), and the Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians (OAVT). She is an Ohio-registered veterinary technician and a Michigan licensed veterinary technician. Deiter graduated from Stautzenberger College in 2001, earning her associate of science in veterinary technology degree with honors.

With more than 20 years of experience, Deborah Johnson, DVM joins the team as an adjunct veterinarian. She also works for PetSmart Charities and has prior experience with the Toledo Area Humane Society, as well as a number of local animal organizations. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and her bachelor’s degree in animal science from West Virginia University.

Sheryl Lewis, RVT has worked for Sylvania Veterinary Hospital, since graduating from Stautzenberger College 15 years ago. She is also the co-founder and director of education for Ferret Resources and Education of Toledo.

Renee Vollmar, RVT joins the team after gaining experience working for Sylvania Veterinary Hospital, Animal Emergency and Critical Care and Schmidlin Animal Hospital. She is also a Stautzenberger College graduate.

Kelly Roscoe, RVT earned her associate degree in veterinary technology from Stautzenberger College in 2012, and has been working for Humane Ohio since 2008. Before moving into the world of veterinary, she served as a real estate agent for Century 21 Kasten Realty.

Recent Stautzenberger College graduate Amy Philo joins the organization as a registered veterinary technician. An Ohio native, she has gained experience working for Oregon Animal Hospital, Dogwood Veterinary Emergency and Referral Center and East Suburban Animal Clinic.

Stautzenberger College’s 24-month Vet Tech program prepares graduates with the hands-on experience they’ll need to serve as a vital member of the veterinary healthcare team. Courses are taught by practicing veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians with expertise in a wide range of animal service fields including, lab animals, food animals, equine care, emergency animal care, and shelter animal care. The veterinary technology program at Stautzenberger College is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). For more information about Stautzenberger College’s veterinary technology program, contact in the admissions office 419-866-0261.


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