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Doctors & Staff2022-10-21T01:14:30+00:00

Jaime Kozelka, DVM

Dr. Kozelka joined St. Francis Hospital for Animals in February of 2018. He grew up in Westchester County, New York. He studied music at Lafayette College in Easton, [...]

April – Receptionist

April started working with St. Francis Hospital for Animals in March of 2018. She has worked with animals for more than 15 years, and she loves learning and educating [...]

Maria – Receptionist

Maria has always been an animal lover. Growing up she had turtles, fish, birds, and a dog. She has been a pet sitter since 2013 and joined St. [...]

Melinda – Receptionist

Melinda started with St. Francis Hospital for Animals in January of 2019. She worked as a registered nurse for many years before deciding to change over to her [...]

Bridgett – Social Media Manager

Bridgett has been with St. Francis Hospital for Animals since January 2015 and is a graduate of North Carolina State University. She is our social media manager, providing [...]

Athenia – Veterinary Assistant

Athenia has been working in the veterinary field for more than 17 years and is also a personal trainer. She loves people and animals and has been adopted [...]

Jazmin – Veterinary Assistant

Jazmin joined our practice in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Biology from Queens University in our hometown of Charlotte. She hopes to go to vet school soon [...]

Nancy – Veterinary Assistant

Nancy was born and raised in New York and moved to Charlotte in her early 20s. She began working as a Veterinary Assistant in this building when it [...]

Emily – Kennel Attendant

Emily became a St. Francis Hospital for Animals kennel attendant in 2018. She is a Charlotte native with a love for all things exotic. This love has led [...]


Big things come in small packages. In August of 2020, a kind couple house hunting found a stray, black kitten and brought him into us knowing they could [...]


Yellow found a home with us at St. Francis Hospital for Animals in May of 2015. He came in as a very sick patient, suffering initially from a [...]

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