Amanda Henry, CVT
Kate Grob, CVT
Kelli Neumann, Customer Service Representative
Amber Meiklejohn, CVT
Amber joined our practice in December 2018. She graduated from Parkland College in 2014 and has been working as a Certified Veterinary Technician since then. Amber is Fear Free Certified, and the thing that she enjoys most about her job is implementing Fear Free techniques and witnessing the positive changes in patients and their vet visits. She lives in Janesville with her husband and their furbaby Bella the cat. Outside of work she enjoys reading, spending time with family and being a vocalist on the worship team at Harvest Bible Chapel in Loves Park, IL.
Kelsey Hegeman, Large Animal Veterinary Assistant
Kelsey joined the team at JAMC in March 2019.
Isabella Fitzmaurice, Large Animal Veterinary Assistant
Bella is a graduate from Milwaukee Career College. She did her internship at Wisconsin Equine Clinic & Hospital. Upon completion, she received her Veterinary Assistant Certification. Shortly thereafter, she pursued Equine Farriery and underwent a private seven month apprenticeship. Additionally, she went through an Equine Sports Massage Therapy Program at Therasage E.M.C. and received her ESMT Certification. Bella ran her own business providing farrier and other equine services for a few years before moving to Janesville to be near family. Now she calls JAMC home and loves working with our clients and their fur kids.
If Bella isn’t at JAMC, you can find her playing with her young daughter and fur kids. She has a shepherd mix, two cats, and one horse. Bella also loves to do dishes, hike, shoot guns & bows, camp, nap, and go to wineries.
Jessica Lamb, Small Animal Veterinary Assistant
Jess has been with us since summer of 2020. She worked at Valley of the Kings animal sanctuary for 4 years. Jess took care of farm domestic animals, small exotics, and large exotics- lions, tigers, and bears oh my! Jess also assisted veterinary professionals during exams, x-rays, surgeries, and other procedures at the facility. Occasionally she would help in transporting animals to the sanctuary or to different enclosures. The experience she gained from working there has helped in transitioning to vet clinic work. Jess and her fiancé Justin share a love for animals and currently have 3 cats (Yoda, Princess, and Buttons), 1 dog (Wookiee), 1 box turtle (Pandorica), 1 ball python (Boba Fett), and 2 sugar gliders (Luke and Han). The majority of their animals were rescues or adopted. In their free time they visit Justin’s family in Florida, have gaming nights with friends, movies, and take Wookiee on a hike or car ride. Jess also spends her free time advocating for her medical condition Ankylosing Spondylitis, and recently helped to promote a film. Jess is interested in exotics and rehabilitation in vetmed. When asked she says " the favorite part of my job is being able to care for my patient in whatever way is needed."