Veterinary Technician & Pet Care Attendant (PCA) Teams
Katlyne Velasquez, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Katlyne is a Certified Veterinary Technician who has been part of the Norwell Veterinary Hospital team since 2012. She received her degree in Veterinary Technology from Mt. Ida College. Katlyne has a special interest in dermatology and feels most rewarded when she helps animals feel better!
When Katlyne isn't at work, she enjoys visiting museums or taking trips to the zoo with her husband and two sons. They also have a variety of pets at home — Abel (Bulldog Mix), Stella (Cockapoo), Aarow (Bearded Dragon), two Crested Geckos, two Parakeets, a White Tree Frog, and their two cats Zoey and Kotter.
Lydia Fulton, CVT — Veterinary Technician
Lydia is a Certified Veterinary Technician who has been working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since 2011. She has a special interest in renal diseases and herding dogs, as well as fractious felines and cantankerous canines. Lydia enjoys being challenged and strives to learn something new every day!
Outside of work, Lydia enjoys traveling and dog agility. Her furry friends include a Shetland Sheepdog named Indy and six cats, Tsunami, Lightning, Gale, Shirley, and Jett Stream.
Debbie Mitchell — Veterinary Technician
Debbie is a Veterinary Technician who has been caring for patients at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since 2008. Debbie is very interested in maintaining anesthesia and patient monitoring during surgical procedures — her favorite part of surgery is assisting during cesarean sections! Debbie also hopes to pass the National Veterinary Technician Exam and become certified.
When she's not busy at work, Debbie enjoys spending time with her husband, Peter, and their large extended family, which includes two cats, Stripes and Alice, and two guinea pigs, Bella and Blossom.
Deb Kearney — Veterinary Technician
Deb is a Veterinary Technician who has been working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital for over 10 years. Deb has a special interest in wellness care and preventive medicine. She also hopes to pass the National Veterinary Technician Exam and become certified.
When she's not busy at work, Deb enjoys fishing, hiking and biking with her son, Christopher. She also finds plenty of time to play with her dogs, Nicky and Sheriff, and their cats, Anthony, James, Mary and Moses.
Michelle McIver — Pet Care Attendant
Michelle is a Pet Care Attendant who has been part of the team at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since 2007. She is especially fond of caring for the animals and ensuring that they are comfortable and happy!
Michelle lives with her husband and their children, who also have two dogs, Jasmine and Angie, and two cats. When she's not busy with her family, she enjoys anything outdoors, especially going for walks or hiking.
Molly Cooney — Pet Care Attendant, Technician Assistant & Client Care Specialist
Molly is a Pet Care Attendant, Technician Assistant and Client Care Specialist who has been working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital since 2012. Molly has an interest in diagnostic interpretations, such as radiology and ultrasound imaging. She also likes educating owners on the importance of wellness care and being able to reunite animals with their owners.
When Molly isn't working, she enjoys spending time with her family, which includes a black Lab, Riley, and three cats, Aqua, George, and Finn. Molly also enjoys traveling and experiencing new places!
Client Care Specialist (CCS) Team
Christine Ward — Lead Client Care Specialist & Client Care Supervisor
Christine is the Lead Client Care Specialist and Client Care Supervisor who started working at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in 1996. Christine strives to support the Client Care team in growing individually within the hospital. She has a specific interest in geriatric/senior care, but also enjoys being able to assist with patient treatments, like caring for puppies following a caesarian section. For Christine, the 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 quality time with her three sons and hiking with her dogs, Tessa and Kilo. She also has three cats, Meadow, Boo, and Spaz.
Linda McGillicudy — Client Care Specialist
Linda is a Client Care Specialist who started at Norwell Veterinary Hospital in 1996. Linda is very interested in caring for geriatric/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, especially the fancy breed cats, since Bengals are Linda's favorite breed.
Linda lives with her husband and their son, Bryan. She enjoys making jewelry and anything crafty! If she could be any animal, she'd be a cat, since they have a leisurely life with lots of love and attention.
Ellen Murphy — Client Care Specialist
Ellen is a Client Care Specialist who started with the Norwell Veterinary Hospital team in 2007. She enjoys meeting all the patients and working closely with so many animal lovers. Ellen's favorite animal is a puppy — who doesn't love puppies?! Ellen has an adult son, Michael, and a mellow cat, Chuck Norris. When she's not working, Ellen likes to go for walks, spend time with her family and relax at the beach.