Dr. Valerie Miller – Hospital Founder & Administrator
Dr. Valerie Miller, the owner of East York Veterinary Center, graduated from Ohio State University with a B.S. in Animal Nutrition and Chemistry. She then continued at Ohio State for her D.V.M. degree. She has a special interest in avian medicine and wildlife rehabilitation.
Even with her busy practice, Dr. Miller finds time for community service. She has been on the Board of Directors for the York County SPCA since 1989.
Besides belonging to the American and Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Associations, she is a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, American Association of Veterinarians for Animal Welfare, the U.S. Humane Society, American Association of Feline Practitioners, Association of Avian Veterinarians, and participates in BirdMed and the Veterinary Information Network.
Dr. Miller lives on a small farm with her companion, four children and numerous adopted animals, including horses, cows, sheep, chickens, peacocks, dogs, cats, and parrots.
Dr. Stephanie Martin – Associate Vet
Dr. Stephanie Martin grew up on a dairy farm in Maryland where she realized her love for animals. She graduated from Bucknell University with a bachelor’s degree in animal behavior. Her desire to serve her country then led her into the US Army where she served as an Animal Care Specialist (veterinary technician) for four years, stationed in Maryland and South Korea. She then attended veterinary school at the University College of Dublin.
While Dr. Martin had an incredible experience studying in Europe, she is happy to be back on the East Coast and close to home. Dr. Martin most recently worked at a high-volume practice with shared emergency work in Harrisburg, PA prior to joining our team at East York Veterinary Center.
In her free time, she enjoys baking, reading, playing board games, walking on her parent’s farm with friends (both two-legged and four-legged). She also enjoys traveling. She cannot wait to meet you and your family.
Dr. Tracy Moussa – Associate Vet
Dr. Tracy Moussa grew up outside Philadelphia in Newtown, Bucks County, PA. She realized her love for animals at an early age, caring for her small flock of purebred Dorset sheep.
Dr. Moussa spent some time in Long Beach, California where she attended undergraduate school, worked as a veterinary assistant and was a Guide on the Whale Watch boats on the weekends. Upon moving back to Pennsylvania, she completed her Bachelors of Arts degree in Biology from Beaver College and the attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine graduating in 2005. Upon graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Moussa worked at a companion animal practice with a focus on exotic species. She then became the Director of Medical Care for the Humane Society Harrisburg Area.
Dr. Moussa enjoys being at East York Veterinary Center where she is able to provide exemplary and thorough care for her patients. She really enjoys seeing the human/animal bond on a daily basis and helping her client’s beloved companions live long healthy lives. Her interests include feline medicine, internal medicine, dermatology, dentistry, soft tissue surgery, and exotic medicine.
Dr. Anjilla Cooley – Specialty Surgeon
Dr. Anjilla Cooley visits East York Veterinary Center to perform orthopedic surgery, such as ACL repair and compound fracture plating, as well as advanced soft tissue surgery and procedures like myelograms.
Dr. Cooley’s educational background consists of receiving a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee, a Master’s Degree in Veterinary Science from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in Blacksburg, VA.
She has traveled throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey performing numerous advanced orthopedic, neurologic and soft tissue surgeries at various hospitals and clinics since 1999.
Dr. Henzler is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College. He then received his professional degree from North Carolina State University in 1986. He received his Ph.D. in Veterinary Science from the United Graduate School of Umaguchi University, Japan in 2005.
He has received numerous honors and recognitions including two Presidential Service Awards and a National Humanitarian Award for his work in twelve foreign countries.
Other awards include the 1994 Outstanding Alumnus Award from North Carolina State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He also received recognition for Outstanding Leadership in the National Oral Rabies Vaccination Program in West Virginia from USDA, APHIS during his tenure with the West Virginia Department of Health.
Dr. Henzler has practiced clinical medicine in private practice as well as full time emergency medicine.