Dr. Kathy Zippay
Dr. Zippay grew up on a big farm in Charleroi, Pennsylavania. This setting started her love for animals. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University with a minor in physiology and religious studies. She graduated with distinguished honors from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990 where she received a high academic achievement award, a IVMA scholarship leadership award and a compassionate care award. Dr. Zippay is married to her best friend from high school and has two sons. All of her animal family members are rescues. She has a three-legged Shiba Inu (Ryokan), three cats (Peggy Sue, Skittles, Oreo), a Cuban Anole (Esmeralda) and a tortoise(Shelly). Their family values are “Love God. Love others. Speak truth. Be kind. Work hard “. She carries these values to her veterinary career. In her free time, she enjoys long walks with her dog, studying the Bible and spending time with her family.
Dr. Lisa M. Miller
Dr. Miller grew up and still resides in the Hershey area. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. The first 17 years of her career, she spent in a primarily small animal general practice, but simultaneously was able to have the experience of working 10 of those years in the field of large animal medicine. She was the veterinarian for the Pennsylvania State Police Horses for six years. She has been exclusively practicing emergency medicine since 2008, enjoying not only the fast pace of emergency medicine, but also all the challenging cases emergency work may bring. When not working, Dr. Miller enjoys volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House Charities both at the Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald House Family Room at the Children's Hospital in Hershey. She also enjoys spending as much time as possible with her family, especially her wife and daughter.
Dr. Sarah Moser
Dr. Moser grew up in South Central Pennsylvania in the Carlisle area where she now resides with her dogs, Megan and Mattie. After attending the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, she moved to central Ohio and worked as a mixed animal veterinarian, treating dogs, cats, horses, small ruminants and cows. Since moving back to Pennsylvania, she has worked at a few local small animal clinics and now practices emergency medicine exclusively. Dr. Moser is very close with her family and feels very lucky to see her parents, sisters, nephews and niece often. In her free time, she enjoys taking her dogs to the park and home renovation projects.