Animal Clinic of Warren, PA.

162 Washington Valley Road Ext
Warren, NJ 07059

(732)356-9889

www.animalclinicofwarren.com

Tell me about the staff...

We here at the Animal Clinic of Warren take great pride in our staff.  They are all well trained individuals with diverse backgrounds.  Each staff member has something different to offer the practice.  With the combined knowledge our office runs efficiently from the time you call to make your appointment right through check-out.  Everyone who walks into our practice is greeted with a warm welcome and a friendly face.  We hope your experience with us will always be a pleasant one!

 

 
 

Practice (Office) Manager
The Practice Manager has direct authority and decision making responsibilities over the business functions of a veterinary practice.  Some of the responsibilities may include personnel supervision, marketing programs, hospital goals and service protocols.

 

 

 



Receptionists
Often the first person you come in contact with in a veterinary hospital is the receptionist.  This person schedules appointments, registers clients and generally keeps the office running smoothly. 

 

Mark
You will often find him as one of the first people to greet you when you come in the door or call on the phone.  Mark has been with us for over 10 years and has a genuine love of animals.  He  is knowledgeable and kind to our 4 legged family members. He assists the Dr. in the exam room and does a great job of making them feel comfortable and safe during exams. Also, he spoils your pets with a delicious treat at the end of their visit.   

Lois 
She is an animal lover and very much an avid bird watcher.  Lois makes sure all our records and labs are in order.  You will usually see Lois at the check-out desk or hear her on the phone confirming your appointments.



                                                            

Veterinary Assistant
The veterinary assistant supports the veterinarian.  The assistant is qualified in many areas: surgical assisting, laboratory testing, radiography and animal care. 

 

 

Veterinary Attendants
The veterinary attendants are responsible for feeding the animals and keeping the kennel area clean.  This person cleans the animal cages, keeps the kennel area as well as the whole office clean.  General maintenance for the cleaning of the overall office.