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Our Staff

Michelle Parker, VMD


Dr. Michelle Parker is the owner and Medical Director of Glen Mills Veterinary Hospital.  Dr. Parker has been working in veterinary medicine since she was a teenager, beginning as a  veterinary technician and eventually receiving her V.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. 

Dr. Parker has worked as a Humane Society Volunteer doing Spays & Neuters on Native American Reservations, and has experience as an Associate Veterinarian, an Emergency Service Manager, a Medical Director and a Hospital Manager at veterinary practices in PA and DE.  Her professional interests include: Surgery, Internal Medicine, Emergency Care and Ultrasound. She enjoys working with cats, dogs and small mammals.

In founding Glen Mills Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Parker sought to establish a practice centered on professionalism and teamwork, while providing educational, compassionate, and quality services to both patients and clients. 

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Kate Shin, VMD


Dr. Shin is an associate veterinarian at Glen Mills Veterinary Hospital.  She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and has received additional training in anatomic pathology via externships with the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.  In recent years she has worked in private practice focusing on dogs and cats. Dr. Shin’s professional interests include Surgery, Dentistry, Anatomic Pathology, Internal Medicine, and Emergency Care.

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Meliasa Robinson, DVM

Dr. Meliasa Robinson began working in the veterinary field as an assistant in college. She earned her undergraduate degree in biology from Stevenson University in 2011, and went on to attend Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Robinson had a particular interest in exotics and pursued specialized courses and externships to gain valuable experience. Some of her externship experiences include the Wildlife Center of Virginia, Orphaned Wildlife Rescue, and rotations through three well established exotic only hospitals. After graduating veterinary school in 2015, Dr. Robinson completed an intensive one year specialty exotic internship at South Wilton Veterinary Group in Wilton, CT. Following this internship, she went on to complete another one year specialty internship in surgery at Newtown Veterinary Specialists in Newtown, CT. 

Along with her internship experience, Dr. Robinson has also completed further training courses in fracture repair, that include plating techniques and external skeletal fixation techniques. Through Dr. Robinson's specialty training, she is able to offer quality medicine for exotics, cats, and dogs. She is also able to offer a wide variety of surgical procedures not commonly performed by the average general practitioner. Her areas of interest include orthopedics, particularly fracture repair, physical therapy and rehabilitation, and small mammal companion medicine. Dr. Robinson hopes to pursue certification in canine rehabilitaion and eventually certification in small mammal exotics through the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP).
Outside of work Dr. Robinson enjoys painting, sewing and various sport activities. She shares her home with several family members including her dog Cody, Hugo the cat, her Dutch bunny Louis Gray, two Budgies Nike and Rio, and a three legged dwarf hamster named Hamey.
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Dr. Justin Jiulianti, DVM

Dr. Jiulianti is a 2011 graduate of Ross university school of veterinary medicine.   He has practiced medicine in many states, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and most recently California.   He’s excited to join the team and build relationships with you and your pets.   

In his spare time, Dr. J enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants and traveling.   


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Dr. Fran Wilson, VMD


Dr. Fran Wilson is a 2008 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.  She joins us with a passion for emergency medicine and preventive care.  Fran enjoys helping enrich the lives of geriatric patients and forming lasting bonds with her patients and clients.  Her academic interests include infectious disease and critical care.  During her spare time, Fran can be found hiking with her dogs, on a family bike ride, or working in the garden. 


Dr. Peter Herman, VMD

Dr. Peter Herman attended Rutgers University undergraduate school and then graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine with a V.M.D degree.

Dr. Herman is a veteran, serving in the US Army, Veterinary Corp. He has owned and directed his own practice for over 40 years. He is committed to utilizing his skills which include general and advance soft tissue surgery, orthopedics, general and advanced dentistry, diagnostics, radiologic interpretation, and client communications.

He has served as a veterinarian to Independence Dogs Inc for over 17 years. He is serving on the Dean’s Alumni Council and mentors in the Opportunity Scholarship program at U of P. He is serving as Board Member and past president of the Board of Directors at the Concept School in Westtown. In his free time, he teaches Tai Chi and has done so for over 30 years, and enjoys gardening, carpentry and fishing.


Dr. Diana Soviravong, DVM

Dr. Diana Soviravong comes to us from Georgia where she received both her Bachelors in Animal Dairy Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia. She started a career in the field as an assistant right after high school. She has always had an interest in behavior medicine and assisted in harness/ clicker training a deer at her local rehabilitation zoo with her veterinarian husband. After graduating veterinary school in 2016, she worked at a variety of hospitals in Georgia, Florida, and Pennsylvania during moves and her relief vet career. Her professional interests include: behavior, preventative medicine, and geriatric medicine. In her free time, she enjoys crafting, hosting themed parties, cooking, and going to the beach. She lives in West Chester with her husband and two dogs named Nala (pictured) and Sir Isaac.​






Hospital Manager: Kathy Hamilton


Kathy is our Hospital Manager. She has been with the practice since it opened in January 2014. Kathy has over 35 years of customer service experience. In 2008, she entered the veterinary field and knew she found her true calling. This position allowed her to combine her passion for animals and her desire to provide the very best in customer service.

In her spare time, Kathy enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her fur babies, Amy Rose, Princess and Simba. She is also actively involved in performing classic rock and roll on stage with her daughter and attends the Let There Be Rock School.

             Reception Manager: Elizabeth Hosier



                                                    Receptionists: Aubrey, Emily, Jessica, Tori


Veterinary Technician Manager: Maureen Stavropolous

Biography still to come!


Veterinary Technician Supervisor: Kim Andrews, CVT


Kim began at GMVH in 2014 when the hospital first opened. She is a  certified veterinary technician with 30 years of experience in the field, over 10 years of experience working in emergency and critical care medicine. She is certified in Recover Initiative Basic and Advanced Life support. She has a life long love for animals that evolved into a career, where she feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to help educate the community and care for animals every day. She has a special interest in the areas of anesthesia and analgesia. At home her pets include her dog, two cats and a tortoise. In her spare time she loves having fun with her family,  gardening and loves all holidays. 


Veterinary Technician Supervisor: Patrice Lucas, CVT


As a young child, she knew she always wanted to work with animals. Patrice has been fortunate to spend her entire career working around animals. She has learned how important our domestic pets are, both for us and to us. They have so much to give in ways that we often don't realize, and ask for so little in return. Her efforts to educate owners, improve the health of animals, speak for them and advocate for their needs, is her motivation every day. Patrice shares her life with two parrots, one cat, and two dogs. Whether at home or at work, our pets will always have the respect, love, admiration and care, they so deserve.


Veterinary Technician: Lee Schulingkamp, CVT

Lee is a New Orleans native, that moved to Delaware County and graduated from Harcum College in 1994 with a Bachelor's degree in Science, and has been a Certified Veterinary Nurse in Pennsylvania for over 20 years.

His interests in veterinary medicine include dentistry, orthopedics, and exotics. Lee has dedicated himself to providing excellent care and service to all animals, including yours! Lee enjoys cooking, magic, movies and fishing. Most of all, he enjoys spending time with his family and four legged friends in Boothwyn, PA.


Veterinary Technician: Jen Lipchock

Jen comes to GMVH with over 17 years of experience, mostly in emergency, critical care, surgery and anesthesia. As a Harcum alumni, she also teaches part time anesthesia labs to the veterinary technician students. She has experience in many aspects of veterinary medicine and has utilized her experience as a mentor and trainer at a large referral hospital. Patient care is always most important to Jen. As a child she always wanted to be a veterinarian or a nurse, so naturally, veterinary nursing was a great career choice. Jen is a married mom of 2 crazy, wonderful children and a house full of "foster pets", including 4 cats, 3 dogs, 2 birds, corn snake, tortoise and a fish. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, kayaking, gardening and sharing time outdoors with family and friends. 

                            Veterinary Technicians: Krunal, Erin, Zak, Kelly, Ramona, Bri

                             Veterinary Assistants: Elizabeth, Kristin, Nayeli, Kyle, Owen, Jessica

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