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Lisa Seale

Lisa has been working in the veterinary field since 2006.  She moved from Texas to Pennsylvania in 2015 and started at VRC as a client services representative.  She is now the client services manager where she is fortunate to work with a great group of individuals who work hard to do their best for the patients and pet parents.

In her free time, Lisa enjoys being at home with her dog and 3 cats.

Jackie Dion

Since the age of 15, Jackie has been involved and working in the veterinary field; starting in reception to kennel work to technician to ICU nurse and now an ECC Nursing Manager at VRC where she is lucky to work with such an amazing team of people.

Jackie is also a self taught artist who has her own business creating pet portraits. She lives in Montgomery County with her partner who has gracefully accepted her Italian Mastiff, Boston Terrier, 3 cats and far too many plants.

Chandra Carroll

Chandra Carroll has been working at VRC since 2004, after graduating from Harcum College. Chandra started out as an anesthesia nurse and eventually became the Surgery/Anesthesia Nursing Manager. In 2019, she was named the Harcum Star in 2019.

Chandra lives in Downingtown, PA with her dog Ludo Jenkins.

Holly Gambs

Holly Gambs is one of three Nursing Managers here at VRC. Holly specifically oversees VRC’s Outpatient/Specialty department. As a child, Holly always had a strong love for animals. She knew very young that she wanted to be in the Veterinary field, in some way shape or form. Holly is native to Dowingtown, PA and attended Downingtown West High School and obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Harcum College. Holly started out her Veterinary career working in animal daycare/training, with a special interest in rescue. Fun fact: all of Holly’s pets at home are results of foster failure – thank you Holly for showing them tender love and care! Starting at VRC a decade ago, Holly worked her way up the ranks from Baby Nursing Assistant to an Anesthesia Nurse within the Surgical department to becoming a Nursing Manager.

Outside VRC, Holly spends her time with family and friends as much as she can. She lives with her husband and crazy 1 ½ year old little girl and 3 pitty mixes. As a family, they love being outside soaking up the sunshine. Holly focuses her time off around good company, great music and tasty food. Her life is crazy, but she wouldn’t want it any other way.