Dr. Tom Munkittrick has been a veterinarian at Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital since 1996. He enjoys both general animal care and surgery. Dr. Munkittrick attended The Pennsylvania State University where he obtained a degree in Animal BioScience in 1985. He furthered his education and received a master's degree in Reproductive Physiology from Virginia Tech in 1989, and became a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. Dr. Munkittrick has dedicated much of his time to the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Munkittrick is an avid PSU fan and enjoys boating at Raystown Lake. He also owns two Boykin Spaniels, Harper and Bali.
Dr. Stephanie Graham, is an associate veterinarian here at Willow Mill. She grew up in Mechanicsburg, and graduated from Penn State University in 1999 with a bachelor's degree in Biology. She received her VMD (veterinary degree) from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003. Dr. Graham worked at Willow Mill as a veterinary assistant and receptionist during breaks while she was in college and graduate school and then joined the practice as veterinarian upon her graduation from vet school. She is focused on internal medicine and preventative care for her patients. Dr. Graham's home life includes her husband and two cats, Raven and Conesy. In her free time she enjoys running, traveling, reading, and cheering on her two favorite sports teams-the Philadelphia Phillies and the Penn State Nittany Lions!
Dr. Jenn Cornbower is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Her special areas of interest in veterinary medicine include dentistry and preventative medicine. Dr. Cornbower grew up in the Lehigh Valley and recently moved to the area. She currently lives with her black cat named Grover. In her spare time she enjoys horseback riding, swimming, crocheting and playing the violin.
We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Hillary Morrison to our team! She received her undergraduate degree from Messiah College and received her DVM (veterinary degree) from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Morrison is a native to Central PA and is excited to return to the area with her husband and young son. She is the proud pet parent to four rescue dogs, Gigi, Houdini, Peanut and Tootsie.
Dr. Anjilla J. Cooley received her small animal surgical education and expertise from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, VA. In addition, she pursued a Masters of Veterinary Science during the years of 1993 thru 1996 and completed her Small Animal Surgical Residency at the same institution. After her educational tenure, she became a Professional Lecturer at Cornell University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Ithaca, NY from 1996 thru 1999. Her responsibilities included but not limited to creating and implementing a required didactic course at Cornell University, which she instructed junior and senior veterinary students in principles of asepsia, basic anesthesia and surgery. In addition, she was responsible for the curriculum, education, institution, and organization of the didactic course at Cornell University. Dr. Anjilla J. Cooley's employment tenure includes places of employment as a Staff Surgeon at Round Valley Referral Hospital in Lebanon, NJ from 1999 thru 2001 and Valley Central Referral Hospital in Whitehall, PA from 2001 thru 2005. During 2005 thru 2011, she was also an employee of Crown Veterinary Specialists, in Lebanon NJ. In conjunction, she has been traveling throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey performing numerous advanced orthopedic, neurologic and soft tissue surgeries at various hospitals and clinics since 1999.
Jennifer joined the Willow Mill team in 2000 and presently fills the role of Customer Service Supervisor. She has been working in the veterinary field since 1995. She enjoys working with pets and their people and has a soft spot for senior patients. Jennifer shares her home with her husband, Don, and three feathered companions Paco, Burny, and Elms. When she isn't in the office, Jen spends her time reading, bird watching, quilting or riding her motorcycle.
Laura is a Certified Veterinary Technician and Technician Supervisor. She joined our team in 2005. She is a graduate of Wilson College (B.S., Veterinary Medical Technology) and Penn State University (B.S., Biology). She is involved in many aspects of our practice. She is particularly interested in feline medicine and behavior, and loves using her nursing skills to care for patients in our Intensive Care Unit. One of the most memorable experiences during her youth was the opportunity to raise Seeing Eye puppies for the blind. Experiencing first-hand the impact that animals have on humans inspired her to seriously pursue a career in caring for them. She has enjoyed working in the veterinary field for over 15 years. She currently shares her home with four entertaining felines and an adopted dog, Remy.
Rachel is a Certified Veterinary Technician and joined our team in 2009. Her love of animals as a child prompted her career in veterinary medicine. Initially her goal was to become a veterinarian, but after an internship at a veterinary hospital and much thought she decided to pursue a career as a certified veterinary technician. After graduation in from Lebanon Valley College (B.S. Biology) in 2006, Rachel began her career a veterinary assistant. Wishing to advance her skills, she completed veterinary technician school and became a Certified Veterinary Technician after passing the National Veterinary Technician Exam. She enjoys being a part of our health care team, and treating and caring for your furry family members. She shares her home with two rescued dogs, Jessie and Ziggy, and cat, Crosby.
Alison has been a Veterinary Assistant at Willow Mill Veterinary Hospital since 2004, and she loves helping her coworkers take care of all the pets that come into the practice. Ali has two beautiful sons, Blake and Beaux! Her other children are the furry, four-legged kind. She has two cats, Golden Graham and Cheerio; and two dogs, Steve and Beyonce Bridget (named by Blake and Beaux!). Unfortunately, many of Ali's pets have had medical problems including diabetes, asthma, thyroid, and urinary issues, so she has had a lot of practice taking care of their medical needs. Ali feels very lucky to work at Willow Mill and have wonderful veterinarians to help her keep her pets healthy!
Melinda joined our team as a Veterinary Assistant in 2012. She has been a part of the veterinary field for eight years and brings a lot of experience with her. She obtained a B.S. in Biodiversity and Conservation Biology from Cedar Crest College, and a M.S. in Biology from Shippensburg University. She currently shares her home with Dutch, a black Labrador rescue, and Quincy, a Shepherd mix. In her free time, Melinda enjoys movies, music, books, traveling, hanging out with family and friends, and going to baseball games. Melinda always has a smile and enjoys meeting new clients and pets every day.
Maddie joined our veterinary care team in 2014, after completing the veterinary assistant program at Dauphin County Technical School. Maddie is drawn to the veterinary field because of her love of animals. Specifically, her favorite part of her job is the large role she plays in impacting an animal's wellbeing and healthcare. Maddie lives with four cats, Copper, Kinsley, Hobie & Minion, two dogs, Tucker & Cynder (pictured here), and a retired race horse named Kae. Outside of her work, Maddie enjoys boating, fishing, snowboarding, horseback riding and grooming. Maddie is also skilled at driving draft horse hitches!
Theresa has been involved in the veterinary field as a receptionist for over 15 years. Since joining our team, Theresa has provided excellent care and attention to our clients' needs and to ensuring the health of their pets. She is an avid cat lover and is very interested in making sure your cat has a pleasant visit to our office!