of our patients, clients, and employees above all
-- for the sake of the greater whole
For 33 Years
Wellhaven Pet Health
Dr. Angela Rawlings DVM, CCRT
Dr. Angela Rawlings is a Louisville, Ky native and recent transplant to the Seattle area. She received her Bachelors in Agriculture at Murray State University and her doctorate from The Ohio State University. After graduation and inspired by her time in the large animal barns and her time during an externship in Snohomish, she worked in a mixed animal practice in Spartanburg, SC. A more urban life called and she relocated to Charleston, SC where she honed her skills in small animal medicine and surgery. She has recently completed certification in rehabilitation therapy and hopes to use that knowledge to keep Capitol Hill’s older pets active for many years. Making the cross-country journey with her is her 9 year old scaredy-cat, Spencer. She hopes to continue training in circus arts, exploring all the hiking trails Washington has to offer and finding awesome fresh foods at the local farmers markets to experiment with in her kitchen
Dr. Jessica Friedberg BVetMed
Dr. Jessica E. Friedberg grew up just outside of Philadelphia and attended Temple University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. After working in law firms as a legal assistant, Dr. Friedberg returned to school for a major career change into veterinary medicine. She attended the Royal Veterinary College in London, England. After graduation, she practiced in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Friedberg missed the big-city-life and moved to Seattle in 2016 and worked in emergency medicine until her recent transition to the Capitol Hill Neighborhood. She loves Seattle for its beauty and pet-friendly reputation. Professionally, Dr. Friedberg is passionate about client trust, internal and emergency medicine. Her interests include travel, architecture, reading, and cuddling with her rescue cat Linkovich and her rescue dog Harper Lee.
Lori, LVT Lead Technician
Born and raised in the great state of Wyoming, Lori has never lacked for animal exposure, both domestic and wild. Inspired by a crazy-cat lady mother, Lori went forth into the world and got her veterinary technician degree and has been passionate about animal care for the past decade. Somewhere in the midst of this adventure she obtained an English degree (seemed like a good idea at the time?).
Lori likes to describe herself as being an introvert with extroverted tendencies. Favorite past times include cuddling corgi’s, writing, reading, video gaming, and the occasional art project.
Lori would also like to apologize for this ostentatious photo, she was forced.
Jenna, VA Veterinary Assistant
Born and raised in the suburbs of Seattle, Jenna is a true native of the Pacific Northwest! After graduating high school, Jenna attended the University of Washington where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a primary focus in Animal Behavior. She was also a proud member of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Mu Chapter and served as Executive Vice President her Sophomore year. Her unique major offered her amazing opportunities to work with Grey Wolves and Macaque Monkeys; experience she values and applies to her current work with dogs and cats. Jenna is currently enrolled in the Penn Foster Veterinary Technician program.
A life-long dog lover, Jenna’s current family pet’s are Dachshunds named Piper, Sophie, and Danke. Jenna’s favorite activities included binge-watching historical dramas on the couch with her pups and taking trips to her family home in Chelan, WA to swim, golf and wine taste!
Peter, VA Veterinary Assitant
Peter came to Broadway for an externship, and never left. They’re fond of all creatures, and live at home with their dog Ginger (goldendoodle, 12 years old) and their cat Zola (tuxedo, 5 years old). They have an interest in wildlife, and would love to work at a zoo working with marine mammals. Peter is from Seattle, and got a Veterinary Assistant certificate from Pima Medical Institute. Currently they are studying to be a Veterinary Technician through Penn Foster.
Jessica, VA Veterinary Assistant
Jess graduated with a BS in Veterinary Science from University of Nevada, Reno, as well as studied in Chiang Mai, Thailand and Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
Jess loves travel, languages, karaoke, scuba diving, and sailing!
Jess has 4 hermit crabs: Meatloaf, Porkchop, Tofu, and Miso, and an adventure kitten Tikka!
Matt, VA Veterinary Assitant
Originally from California, Matt is a new resident to Seattle, here to finish his degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology at Seattle University. Matt has worked with animals for more than 10 years, so veterinary medicine is where his love for animals and science meet. After his bachelors, Matt plans to continue on to medical school to focus on Virology and Immunology.
When he isn’t studying you can find Matt watching hockey, going to concerts, or at home reading in the company of his cat Zapp
Megan Veterinary Assistant, Receptionist
Originally from North Carolina, Megan moved to Seattle November 2016. She is the Mother of 2, Hayley (15) and Miles (11). Her motherly side has always kicked in with any pet she’s had and has also taught her children more than just responsibility, it’s given them that extra sense on how you’re supposed to treat people as well. Megan is a lover of all animals and breeds as well as a Movie and Music fanatic. In her spare time, she is a freelance Make-Up Artist for Tom Ford Beauty
Heather Veterinary Assistant, Receptionist
Heather was born and raised in Seattle, but attended the University of Arizona in 2013 where she graduated with a BS in Biology and minor in Psychology. Her family has 6 adopted dogs and 2 rescue horses that are a huge part of their lives. She loves the unique relationship she has with her pets and always knew she wanted to pursue a career working with animals. Aside from her Veterinary career she has a second career as a freelance photographer. She loves being able to do the two things she loves so much, and feels lucky that she is able to explore both passions. She hopes to grow and excel here at Broadway Veterinary Hospital and feels beyond blessed to work with such an incredibly intelligent team that cares so deeply for the health and wellbeing of each patient.
Joseph, Kennel Kennel
Joseph is from Seattle, Washington and went to Shorewood High School. He loves to spend time with his sister, Sara and his brother, Peter. What he loves most about working at Broadway Veterinary Hospital is spending time with all the dogs- he can pretty much identify any breed! When Joseph is not at work he can be found hanging out with his friends, playing video games, or watching his favorite sports.
Monika, Kennel Kennel
Monika grew up in Sumner, WA but in 2013 she and her mother moved to Seattle. Monika has loved learning to be a city girl and now lives in Capitol Hill. Her favorite part about working at Broadway Veterinary Hospital is getting to spend time with cats that she loves- (especially Frank the office cat, he always makes her smile). She is so glad to be working at Broadway Vet where the staff are wonderful!
Frank Storm Resident Feline
Frank came to Broadway Veterinary Hospital in the summer of 2016. Since joining he has served many roles including: a caretaker when people are sad, a fun-loving companion when people want to play, and a confidant to staff in need of solace. On any given day Frank can be found napping in one of his favorite chairs, chasing strings or toys around the hospital, or sitting patiently to greet clients as they walk through the door.
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