Norwich Regional Animal Hospital

13 Fogg Farm Road
White River Junction, VT 05001

(802)296-2273

www.norwichanimal.com

Meet Our Staff

The staff at Norwich Regional Animal Hospital are eager to serve you and your pets' needs.

Scroll down to learn a little more about each of our receptionists and nurses.

Christine, Client Services, Veterinary Nurse

Christine is quite proud to be a part of the NOAH family.  She splits her time here as a receptionist and a veterinary nurse and is excited to learn as much as she can.

Christine is a local dog trainer and has competed and performed in obedience, agility, flyball, frisbee, and freestyle.  Christine currently shares her home with three mini aussies and you can often find them out on the trails, exploring and searching for new adventures.  Her kitty stays home, guarding her extensive yo-yo collection.

Christine joined the NOAH team in December, 2019.

Bryce, Veterinary Nurse/Reception

Bryce can be found cheerfully awaiting your arrival at NOAH. She joins our team eager to provide a welcoming, open client communication.

She was born and raised on Cape Cod and is now embracing Vermont as home. Bryce fills her free time with the things she loves most: her boyfriend, family and friends and of course her wonderful horse Calypso and goat Frankie. She enjoys all western equine sports including roping, cutting, and cowboy-mounted shooting.

Always wearing a warm smile, Bryce is a gracious hostess to our many pets and their people.

Bryce joined the NOAH team in December, 2015.

Francesca, Veterinary Nurse just finished up her third year at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is working to finish her degree in Biochemistry, and strives to go to veterinary school. Francesca is a board member and coxswain for the rowing team at CU, and loves hiking, reading, and playing D&D in her free time. She has worked at NOAH since high school, and is excited to come back and work another summer!

Francesco, Veterinary Intern

Francesco is visiting us until June and learning as much as he can about all things veterinary.  He is spending his time in all areas of the hospital, from reception to pharmacy to surgery and more!

He can be found leaving encouraging and humorous notes for the staff and always reminds us to be our best!

Welcome Francesco!