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Dr. Doug spent 10 years working in emergency and critical care at a 24 hr referral and specialty hospital outside of Philadelphia, PA. His interests include pulmonary disease, gastroenterology, nephrology, cardiology and endocrine diseases. He has extensive experience working with complex critically ill patients and performs advanced procedures like chest tube and esophageal feeding tube placement, pericardiocentesis, chemotherapy and electroacupuncture.
Dr. Cecily worked alongside her husband at the same referral and specialty hospital for 4 years before transitioning into a progressive private practice in Princeton, NJ for 3 years. Her focuses include soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, preventative medicine and dentistry. She also enjoys working with exotics (pocket pets, snakes, birds).
Dr. Doug and Cecily's goal is to provide exceptional patient care for a reasonable price and pride themselves on being open, honest, accessible. One of the most frustrating aspects of veterinary medicine is finding a veterinarian that isn't going to be replaced every 2 years. As the new owners of the Northeast Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Doug and Cecily are here to stay for the next 20 years and beyond and hope to become a part of your family and your loved ones' care.
Nicole Barton, DVM
Dr. Barton grew up in South Carolina. She is a graduate from the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine and was a member of the Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society. She was the recipient of multiple scholarships for outstanding academic performance in the field of small animal medicine.
She has special interests in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, dentistry and advanced pain management. Dr. Barton views her patients like family members and does everything she can to facilitate and strengthen the unique relationship between you and your pet. She also integrates special "fear free" techniques when working with patients.
Karen Christ, DVM
Dr. Christ is a graduate from the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine. She was a GVSP scholar and was part of a field research group that evaluated the impact of urban environments on stress levels in wild birds.
Dr. Christ's interests include ophthalmology, cardiology, dermatology and preventative medicine. She is also particular passionate about working with exotics, especially reptiles.