Meet our West
Chester Veterinary Medical Center veterinarians - graduates of the University
of Pennsylvania, Colorado State, Ohio State University and Virginia Maryland Regional College.
- Dr. Marc J. Daniel (photo above left)
- Dr. Stephanie Finley (photo above 2nd from left)
Willi K. E. Weichelt (photo above center)
Amy Parkman (photo
above 2nd from right)
Scott Humphries (photo above right)
Robert Gonzalez, DVM has just joined our team:
We are excited to announce that Dr. Robert Gonzaleza a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine with a special interest in exotic animal medicine has joined our veterinary team. We can provide veterinary care to all species of small mammals and reptiles. At this time, we are not able to see birds or venomous snakes.
Dina M. Schofield, DVM, DACVS has just joined our team:
From left, Laura, Scott and Dina
Dr. Schofield, as a boarded surgical specialist, allows us to provide the latest and best surgical procedures for our clients. Dr. Schofield graduated from the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. While at college she obtained practical experience volunteering in mobile emergency medicine, community service work and in the Dominican Republic where she aided in the prevention of animal overpopulation. After completing a one-year rotating internship at the California Animal Hospital in Los Angeles in 2004, she came to the Veterinary Referral Center in Malvern to pursue her three-year American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) surgical residency training with the Surgical Department. Her special interests include orthopedics, neurosurgery, surgical diseases of the respiratory system (laryngeal paralysis, brachycephalic airway syndrome, lung lobectomy), surgical oncology (reconstructive surgery, skin flaps, mandibulectomies) and urinary surgery (congenital abnormalities, ectopic ureters, incontinence, Urethral Sphincter Mechanism Incompetence (USMI), recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), tumor reconstruction). She has completed the PennHIP, a radiographic screening method for hip evaluation and the tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) certifications.
West Chester Veterinary Medical Center and the West Chester Animal Emergency
Center provide 24/7 veterinary care for your pet.
accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) which sets exacting
standards of veterinary practice for its members. AAHA-accredited hospitals
must comply with 260 individual standards in these areas:
West Chester Veterinary Medical Center is a full service veterinary
hospital providing a broad spectrum of small animal veterinary care, scheduled
West Chester Animal Emergency Center provides emergency care after
normal office hours are over, evenings, weekends and holidays. Click
here or on the red sidebar to view information on this Center.
West Chester Veterinary Rehabilitation Specialty Center is a full
service therapy center dedicated to maintaining and restoring the health
of your pet; the first in Southeastern Pennsylvania to offer a heated indoor
swimming pool and Poolsider underwater treadmill. or on the green sidebar to view information on the Center.
- Accurate record
- Properly maintained
- Concern for
- Complete diagnostic
- Complete pharmaceutical
- Proper anesthetic
- Modern surgical
procedures and facilities
- Dental Care
- Nursing Care
Microchip Your Pet
We highly recommend microchipping your pet as an additional security
measure. Ask us about implanting a chip - it is a quick procedure. Both AVID and DATAMARS PetLink maintain a national registry which keeps a record of your pet's ID.
This helps return your pet to you as soon as possible.
For further information
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