Dr.John M Marcus VMD .
Dr. Marcus graduated Colorado State University with his baccalaureate degree in animal science. In 1997 he graduated with his Veterinariae Medicinae Doctoris from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. He then pursued an internship in equine medicine, in Virginia. Prior to his move to New Hope, Dr Marcus worked at Steinbach Veterinary Hospital in Blue Bell. In June of 2001 New Hope Veterinary Hospital changed hands, with Dr. Marcus being the new owner. In addition to general veterinary medicine, he has extensive knowledge of surgery, internal medicine, ophthalmology and dermatology. Dr Marcus was drawn to the New Hope area by its beauty, small town atmosphere, artistic community and diverse population. He is an accomplished artist, frequently using his own pets as subjects for his paintings. Dr. Marcus enjoys spending time with his wife Angela, his daughter Ruby and his son Leo. They share their home with five dogs, Lucy, Gilbert, Carlos, Phineas and Princess; also their cat Idabelle, as well as a bunch of chickens. Dr. Marcus also enjoys golf, fishing and Philadelphia sports teams.
Dr.Amanda Struening DVM .
Dr. Struening is originally from Ringoes, NJ, and graduated from Delaware Valley College in 2008 with her bachelor's degree of science where she majored in small animal science and minored in large animal science. In 2016 she graduated with her doctorate of veterinary medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Struening started working at NHVH in 2010 as a technician during undergrad and would come back to gain experiences during her spring and summer breaks from veterinary school while attending Auburn. Upon graduation from Auburn, she moved back to the northeast. Since graduation, she has worked at multiple small animal/mixed animal practices around the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area and is currently the full-time veterinarian at NHVH. Dr. Struening enjoys general practice medicine, as well as surgery, dermatology, internal medicine, and mixed animal medicine. In her spare time, Dr. Struening enjoys spending time with her husband, Chris, and their dog, Delilah in addition to their cat, Gus Gus. When she’s not at the clinic, Dr. Struening loves being outdoors, cooking, watching SEC football, and traveling to new places.
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