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 Our team of veterinary professionals is dedicated to delivering the best customer service and compassionate care to you and your pets.

Veterinary Technician Elizabeth MacDonald, CVTLiz received a Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Technology from Mount Ida College. She spent some time studying abroad in Belize prior to joining Norwell Veterinary Hospital in 2015. Liz is most interested in emergency medicine and surgery.

In her free time Liz and her husband enjoy camping and spending time outdoors.


Veterinary Technician Lydia Fulton, CVTLydia joined the Norwell Veterinary team as a technician in 2011. Her particular interests include nutrition, renal care, behavior, and illness prevention. Lydia is an eager volunteer to assist in bolstering confidence in patients who are fearful, worried, or aggressive. At home Lydia has three cats, Lightning, Shirley, and Jett Stream and two Shetland Sheepdogs, Indy and Radar.

Lydia went back to school in 2012 and graduated from Umass Boston with a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. Nurse Lydia will continue to work here at Norwell Vet part time, balancing her love of human patients and furry patients!

Veterinary Technician Erika Azuma with DogsErika began working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in August, 2017. She’s enjoying getting to know our clients and patients. Erika has a special interest in surgery.

She has a Cocker Spaniel mix named Elsa, a Greyhound named Katey and two cats, Piper and Loki. In her free time you’ll find her spending time with her own pets, hiking and taking pictures.


Veterinary Technician Heather Demille with Dog KevinHeather joined the Norwell Veterinary Hospital team in December 2014. The most rewarding part of her job is seeing the love and compassion our long-term clients share with their animals.

In Heather's free time, she enjoys hiking, biking, cooking, gardening and spending time with her husband John, son Harry and dog Kevin.


Deb has been working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since 2003. She always enjoys spending time with our clients and their pets. Deb has a special interest in wellness care and preventive medicine.

In her free time, Deb loves to be outdoors; she enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, birding and spending time with her pets Sheriff, Sasha, James, Anthony, Elsa, and Moses.

Veterinary Technician Mariel McCann-LandolfiMariel has worked at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since March, 2017. Mariel has a soft spot for elderly pets, exotics... and anything with a squishy face. She has too many pets to list!

When not at work taking care of everyone else’s pets, you’ll find her at home taking care of her own.


Deb joined the Norwell Veterinary Hospital team in February 2008. She’s worn many hats since she started here, but has found her niche in pet surgery and pharmacology. Deb has three cats, Alice, Jimi, and Strider. Additionally, she has an adorable little dog, Jelly Bean and two guinea pigs, Beatrice and Bertrand.

Outside of work you’ll find Deb fishing, visiting theme parks and playing video games.

Julie is a Junior at Mount Ida College studying Veterinary Technology. She joined the Norwell Veterinary Hospital team in 2015. Julie loves learning new tips and tricks that make her a better technician.

She has a Vizsla named Halie and a Beagle named Sammy. In her down time, Julie enjoys snowboarding, working out and playing video games.

Stephen began working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in 2014. He has two dogs, Bowser and Maddie. When he’s not at work you’ll definitely find him outdoors. Hiking, diving and traveling are some of his favorite things to do. He also volunteers at the New England Aquarium in the penguin colony.

Erin joined the Norwell Veterinary team in 2016. She graduated from Northeastern University last May and has plans to apply to vet school this spring. Erin has three dogs, Sydney, Teddy and Penny and a cat named Gillie. When she’s not at work you’ll find her volunteering at the New England Aquarium in their Medical Center.

Veterinary Client Care Specliast Christine WardChristine started working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in October, 1996. Christine strives to support the Client Care team in growing individually within the hospital. She has a specific interest in geriatric and senior care, but also enjoys being able to assist with patient treatments, like caring for puppies following a caesarian section.

Christine’s favorite part of her job is being able to interact with owners while educating them on how to become patient advocates for their pets. Outside of work, Christine enjoys spending time with her two dogs, four cats, and four boys, who all keep her very busy.

Client Care Specialist Elizabeth Hanson with sonElizabeth has worked at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in various capacities since 1997. In 2013, following the birth of her son, she decided to focus on her family, but couldn't leave us entirely... so she switched to a part-time role to continue to be with the patients, clients, and co-workers that she loves!

When not at work she loves being with her family, including her cat, Myra, and her rescue dog, Henry.

Client Care Specialist Linda McGillicuddy Linda began working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in March 1996. Linda is most interested in caring for geriatric and senior patients by providing client education on ways to keep pets comfortable during their older years. She enjoys meeting all the wonderful patients and their families.

When not working, she likes to spend time with her family. She also enjoys cooking, traveling, going to the beach, gardening, crafts and reading.

Client Care Specialist Robyn MolloyRobyn has been with Norwell Veterinary Hospital since April, 2016. Robyn is a social butterfly and loves to chat with all of our owners and meet their pets. She has two adorable dogs, Lucas and Mazy, and three kitties, Blurpie, Morris, and Penny.

Some of Robyn’s favorite things are walking her dogs and gardening (the landscaping in front of the hospital is her handy work). Robyn also enjoys making jewelry and hand knit scarves and hats.

Client Care Specialist Ellen MurphyA volunteer opportunity at the Scituate Animal shelter sparked a career change for Ellen who joined the reception staff in 2007 as a Client Care Specialist. A former realtor and a lifelong South Shore resident, she loves greeting friends old and new and their beloved “fur babies” at the front desk.

Ellen's own feline companion, Chuck Norris, shares her seaside home now that her family has grown. And when she’s not traveling, her free time is spent at the beach, enjoying the waves, walking, and collecting sea glass. Special interests include holistic medicine, animal behavior and communication.

Client Care Specialist Kristin O'BrienKristin began working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in December 2014. She has a Mini Dachshund named Bailey and a cat named Jack. The most rewarding part of her job is greeting puppies and kittens for their first visit and watching them grow.

Outside of work, Kristin volunteers for her local animal shelter. She also enjoys going to the gym, gardening and shopping.


Client Care Specialist Amanda OstermanAmanda started at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in January 2017. She loves meeting all the new puppies and kittens and sharing in their care as they grow. She has two cats, Lilly and Libby and two dogs, Lilah and Billy.

When she’s not at work, you’ll find Amanda spending time with her 9-year-old son, shopping or watching sports.


Client Care Specialist Hannah PizzellaHannah began working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in July 2017. Hannah has a special interest in pet nutrition. The best part of her job is getting to know our clients and their pets.

Hannah has a Maine Coon cat, Nalan. Outside of work Hannah enjoys baking, arts and crafts, shopping at thrift shops and reading comics.


Amanda recently joined the team at Norwell Veterinary Hospital. She brings years of kennel and boarding experience. Amanda has a knack for making the dogs and cats staying with us feel comfortable, happy and loved. She especially enjoys helping rescue animals.

Amanda has several pets of her own: Sophie, a Terrier mix, Lulu, a hound mix, Gracie, a Chihuahua mix and Chanel, a Tortie. Outside of work you’ll find her hiking with her dogs and volunteering at local animal shelters.

Michelle has worked at Norwell Veterinary Hospital for over ten years. She is passionate and diligent about caring for the dogs and cats that are staying with us.

Outside of work, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, which includes three children, two dogs and two cats.

Pet Care Attendant Kate Farrell with dog Kate began working at NVH in 2016. She’s a sophomore at Massasoit Community College, studying Veterinary Technology. Kate enjoys learning about all aspects of veterinary medicine.

She has a three-legged super cute little dog, Lulu and a friendly hedgehog, Quilliam. In her spare time, Kate enjoys spending time outdoors with Lulu and her family.