Technician Assistants help the doctors and technicians. Our Technician Assistants are usually the ones that greet you in the lobby and escort you to the exam rooms when you come in for an appointment. They will ask you questions to get a complete history and the reason for your visit and help the doctor during the office call as needed. Behind the scenes they assist in the general functionality of our hospital.
Carl came to Yalesville in the summer of 2019 to become part of the Technician Assistant team, helping the veterinarians with their exams and assisting with technician appointments, He holds a degree in Pharmacy, but has since realized that animals are his passion. He is working towards becoming a certified Veterinary Technician.
Carl shares his home with his spoiled cat, Gilligan and numerous pocket pets, including a bearded dragon, gargoyle gecko, and 2 guinea pigs.
Brigette joined the Yalesville staff as a Kennel Assistant. Brigette is attending Northwestern Community College and hopes to enter the Veterinary Technician program in the future.
She shares her home with a Skye Terrier named Gyzmo and a Sugar Glider named Tilly. When she's not working or in school, Brigette enjoys being outdoors, camping, and tubing.
Jessica is part of the Veterinary Assistant Team here at Yalesville. Our Veterinary Assistants are a critical part of any exam and you may see Jessica if you come in for a wellness or sick exam. She does the initial intake, works with the doctors during the exam and will make sure you have everything you need when the exam is completed.
Jessica holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and is pursuing her teaching certification so she can teach art in the Connecticut school systems. She shares her home with a dog named Dutch and Spatz the cat.
Gigi left a career in fashion and merchandising in high end New York stores to pursue her true passion, animals. She worked, briefly, at another hospital before finding her home with us here at Yalesville.
She is currently enrolled in the Penn Foster program and spends what little free time she has with her four cats.
Skyler joined the Yalesville team in February of 2020. She has previous experience working in a small, one doctor practice in Maryland while completing her B.S. in Biology at Towson University. She recently graduated from the Honors college as the Pre-Vet club president, ready to further her career.
She enjoys spending her free time creatively with her Bichon Frise, Cody.
Working at YVH allows her to prepare for a career as a small animal veterinarian, with hopes of applying to veterinary school in the near future.