Dr. Keith Warren, Veterinarian
Dr. Keith Warren grew up in Holland, Pa and attended Council Rock High School. After completing his Undergraduate Degree at University of Delaware, he went up to the New England area to the Tufts University, School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Warren graduated in 1996.
After practicing for his first two years down in Maryland, he moved back up to Jamison with his family and started working at a veterinary hospital in Blue Bell, Pa. A forty minutes to an hour commute every day can get tiring after five years, so he then was fortunate enough to buy Rockhill Veterinary Associates in August of 2006. We changed the name soon after, with all of your votes.
Dr. Warren has a special interest in ultrasound, surgery and internal medicine. He enjoys playing with kittens and puppies all day long.
Dr. Warren has a black cat named “Hershey.”
Dr. Patricia Schweibenz, Veterinarian
Dr. Patricia Schweibenz has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Temple University, in 1997 she achieved her Veterinary Degree from University of Penn. Dr. Patti joined Rockhill Veterinary Associates in 2001. She continued through the transition of the hospital’s new ownership in 2005, as it became known as Main Street Animal Hospital.
Dr. Patti is married with two teenagers. Her home is also shared with their dog “Bluebell,” a cat named “Chase” and some fish. Foster kittens have found their way to her home through Cat Tales rescue as well. Dr. Patti enjoys yoga, hiking and biking.
Dr. Lauren Hakkinen, Veterinarian
Dr. Lauren Hakkinen grew up in the Doylestown area and attended CB East High School. She went to Franklin and Marshall College for her undergraduate studies and completed her Veterinary Degree at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, Dr. Hakkinen completed an internship at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in New Jersey. She joined Main Street Animal Hospital in 2013.
Dr. Hakkinen has a special interest in preventative medicine, ultrasound and internal medicine. She lives in Buckingham with her husband and their rescue dog, “Lucy.” In her free time, Dr. Hakkinen enjoys taking her dog for walks, spending time with friends and family, and playing tennis.
Dr. Kaitlin Stanmyer, Veterinarian
Dr. Kaitlin Stanmyer grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley and pursued a B.S. in Animal Science and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at Cornell University. She has been practicing in the greater Philadelphia area since 2012, initially at an emergency hospital before making the transition to general practice. Dr. Stanmyer joined the team at Main Street in 2018.
Dr. Stanmyer has special interests in emergency and internal medicine and is USDA accredited to provide health certificates for domestic and international pet travel. She lives in Bucks County with her family, including multiple pugs and several cats. In her free time, Dr. Stanmyer enjoys riding her horse, cooking, and reading a good book.
Lauren Young, Veterinary Technician
Lauren graduated from Delaware Valley College in 2005 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Small Animal Science. Her experience with animals started at the age of 16, when she worked at a veterinary hospital in the kennel. Lauren joined Rockhill Veterinary Associates in 2004. She continued through the hospitals new ownership in 2005, as it became known as Main Street Animal Hospital.
Lauren lives with her one dog “Rocky,” a Brussels griffon, and her seven rescue cats “Rugby,” “Nittany,” “Cole,” “Dupree,” “Avery,” “Kensey,” and “Lacey.” She also had a bearded dragon named “Dakota.”
Stefanie Russo, Veterinary Technician
Stefanie received her Bachelor’s Degree from Edinboro University in 2003 and attended Manor College from 2006-2008. After passing her boards in 2008, she became a certified veterinarian technician. Stefanie has been working at Main Street Animal Hospital since 2007.
Stefanie currently lives in Warminster with her two adopted cats “Chooch” and “Mr. Moo.”
Nicole Aupperlee, Veterinary Technician
Nicole began working at her local humane society in 2003 and has been in the animal field ever since. She attended Delaware Valley College and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Small Animal Science. She joined Main Street Animal Hospital in 2007.
Nicole lives with her husband Shawn, her dog “Max,” and her 2 rescue cats “Duke” and “Hobbes.”
Joanne Beukers, Veterinary Technician
Joanne has been a veterinary technician for 30+ years. She deeply loves helping animals and resides in Quakertown with her 2 dogs, 8 cats, 2 chinchillas, 12 chickens and a variety of fish.
Eslynn Green, Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist
Eslynn is a reptile enthusiast. She graduated from Delaware Valley College in 2014 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Small Animal Science. Eslynn has been volunteering with animal rescues since she was 12 and working at animal hospitals since she was 19. She joined Main Street Animal Hospital in 2013.
Eslynn has an Uromastyx named “Spike” and a lavender California king snake named “Rajah.” In her free time Eslynn likes hiking, drawing, and spending time with family and friends.
Shannon Troy, Veterinary Assistant
Shannon is currently attending Bucks County Community College and has been working at Main Street Animal Hospital since 2012.
She has 5 cats named “Missy,” “Oliver,” “Cleo,” “Tibby,” and “Jarvis.” She also has 2 dogs named “Riley” and “Peanut” and a horse named “Lucky.”
Lois Rafalowski, Receptionist
Lois has been working with veterinary practices in a variety of positions for over 20 years. Early on she received her Practical Nursing Degree and worked in Pediatrics at a local hospital. She also has nine years experience working in a chiropractic office in New Jersey.
Lois joined Rockhill Veterinary Associates in 1998. She continued through the transition of the hospital’s new ownership in 2005, as it became known as Main Street Animal Hospital.
Lois has always been drawn towards caring for animals. She shares her home with three beautiful golden retrievers, one “crazy” mixed breed dog and one rescued cat. Lois can’t imagine not having their faithful companionship and unconditional loving support in her life.
Marie Snyder, Receptionist
Marie has worked in the animal world for over 25 years.
Marie joined Rockhill Veterinary Associates in 2003, She continued through the transition of the hospital’s new ownership in 2005, as it became known as Main Street Animal Hospital.
“I love working with the great staff and enjoy seeing all of the owners and their wonderful pets that come to our hospital”
Marie and her husband George married in 1963. They have two sons Bill and Mark, two daughters Sarah and Nicole, three granddaughters Madison, Meghan and Morgan, and a grandson Justin. They also have three 4 legged kids – “Jennie” a fox hound, “Teddy” a mixed breed and “Blade” a brown tabby kitten. She loves them all.
Patty Bozarth, Receptionist
Patty has worked in the restaurant industry for close to 13 years, before joining Main Street Animal Hospital in 2014. She has studied and practiced shiatsu and loves animals which led her to working here at our clinic.
Patty’s family has 3 dogs named “Reese,” “Kujo,” and “Miss Haven” and 2 goats. Patty enjoys running, rock climbing, and cooking.
Jake LaRue, Receptionist
Jake has worked in the animal industry for over 15 years. He has 3 dogs, “Ava” (hound mix), “Fuzz” (collie mix) and “Kyrah” (aussie mix).
When not walking them at the park or at work, Jake is either riding his motorcycle, fishing, kayaking or hiking.
Ellen Bradford, Receptionist
Ellen worked in a corporate environment holding various positions for over 30 years. Half of that time was spent focusing on Order Entry and Billing System Implementations. In 2005, she transitioned into the veterinary world as a receptionist at Rockhill Veterinary Associates in Doylestown, and continued through the transition of the hospital’s new ownership to Main Street Animal Hospital.
Ellen has 2 cats, “Beauty” and “Rishi,” whom she adores. She enjoys traveling, kayaking, practicing yoga and the study of Ayurveda/Vedic philosophies.