At Old York Veterinary, every member of our knowledgeable staff treats each animal with highest level of compassion as if they were treating their own pet. Please take a moment to learn more about us!
Helen E. Campbell, VMD - Veterinarian and Owner
Dr. Campbell has been a licensed veterinarian for more than 29 years. She is an exceptionally dedicated small animal practitioner that passionately pursues the highest standards of medicine and surgery. She received her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1985, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Dr. Campbell has extensive experience in emergency medicine and critical care, with an interest in internal medicine, particularly geriatric medical management. She is an experienced surgeon with considerable expertise in soft tissue procedures. As a practitioner, Dr. Campbell contributes clinical information to multiple canine and feline research projects and has most recently been involved with projects concerning Canine Degenerative Myelopathy. She enjoys speaking to local Breed Clubs, to help discuss topics specific to their breed's concerns. Throughout her career, Dr. Campbell has mentored over 30 other veterinarians from 10 different universities.
She regularly volunteers her surgical talents to local shelters and feral spay/neuter programs, including the American Humane Society, Spay USA, regional SPCAs, and several local organizations. Most recently, Old York Veterinary Hospital has extended their services to Burlington County Animal Alliance, Mulligan Animal Rescue, One Love Animal Rescue, The Princess Buttercup Foundation, Wags Rescue, and Animal Friends For Education.
Doug Campbell - Veterinary Technician
I joined the staff of Old York Veterinary Hospital in October of 2016. Prior to this I proudly served in the United States Coast Guard for six years as an EMT and a marine diesel technician. I am honored to be an Eagle Scout. Presently, I am taking classes toward a degree as a Certified Veterinary Technician through Cedar Valley College. I hope to further advance my CVT career through specializing in surgery. In my free time, I enjoy fishing with my Bloodhound, Duke and working on my car or motorcycle.
Kristin Moser - Veterinary Technician
I joined the Old York Veterinary Hospital team in 2014, bringing with me over ten years of extensive experience with various types of animals ranging from dogs and cats to exotic wildlife species. I am excited to be a part of the team and expanding my knowledge with Dr. Campbell. My five dogs and two cats gladly welcomed my first daughter, Sophia into the family in April, 2013 and luckily she has followed mommy's footsteps into loving all animals. When not working, I enjoy spending time with family, doing anything outdoors, and spoiling my furkids!
Carly Waldron - Veterinary Technician
I graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2016 with a Bachelors Degree in Biology. I began working in the animal field in 2014, and am currently beginning veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania. In my free time I like to spend time with my dog, Sammie.
Kevin Campbell - Veterinary Assistant
I am a member of Gettysburg College Class of 2016 majoring in Mathematics. I hope to pursue a Doctorate in Mathematics. My career goal is Mathematical research and teaching at the college level. As Dr. Campbell's son, I have been very lucky to always have been involved with animals and veterinary medicine. When not at school. I love being an assistant and learning at Old York Veterinary Hospital. Gettysburg College has a very active Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, of which I am a proud member. Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity focusing on giving back to communities. One of my activities with APO is volunteering at the local SPCA. In this way, I can continue to help animals in need.
Heather Johnson - Receptionist
I joined Old York Veterinary Hospital in November 2013. I have five years of experience as a receptionist in the veterinary field. I love all animals, whether they are furry or scaley, and truly enjoy working with them. When not working, I enjoy spending time with my husband Mike, playing ball with my black lab “Bentley” and doing crafts. I also volunteer as the Incident Photographer for my local fire company “Hope Hose Co. #2” in Beverly, NJ.
Kristin Kane-West - Receptionist
I have worked as a receptionist in the veterinary field since I was 18 years old. I have worked at various hospitals with some hands on experience with animals within some of the veterinary hospitals. Taking time off to raise three children with my husband Brad, we enjoy the childrens various sports activities and doing a lot of camping. Residents of Columbus for 11 years, we round out our family with two rescue dogs, Phillie & Ollie.