Dr. Joshua Henry received his Bachelor of Science in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Mathematics from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA in 2007 and his DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine with Highest Honors (Summa cum laude) in 2013.  Dr. Henry completed his clinical year training at Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and a one-year small animal rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania.  Dr. Henry’s clinical interests include emergency and critical care, cardiopulmonary, and oncological (cancer) medicine.  Dr. Henry lives in south Jersey with his partner, two children, and their fancy cat.  In his free time, Dr. Henry enjoys spending time outside with his kids, going to Zoo, growing plants and gardening, sustainable living, watching movies, and traveling whenever able. 

“I love working at a hospital that can provide around the clock care for animals that need it and to be there to help make a difficult time for animals and their owners as painless as possible.”   ~ Dr. Margaret Fordham
In 1992 Dr. Margaret Fordham graduated with honors from the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. She started her career in a mixed animal practice in Connecticut but soon became interested in emergency medicine and became an emergency doctor in 1994. 
In addition to her work in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care, Dr. Fordham has long had an interest in exotic pet medicine. She completed a Residency in Pet Exotic Medicine and Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania in 2008 and taught as a clinical instructor there from 2008-2010. She is an adjunct professor of Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery at Saint Matthew’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grand Cayman and a consultant for the exotic patients for Best Friend’s Animal Society in Angel Canyon, Utah (as seen on the Animal Planet show “Dogtown”). During some of her free time, Dr. Fordham cares for exotic pet patients through a veterinary hospital in Philadelphia. She and her son live in Princeton with a dog (a pug named Chimichanga) and a cat (named Tintin).

Dr. Tobi Maser Koko had a passion for animals since she was a little girl.  She received her Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from American University in Washington, D.C., and her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. From there, Dr. Maser went on to the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine to complete her post graduate clinical year rotation in 2006. Dr. Tobi Maser Koko has been working at RegionalVet since 2010.  She recently moved to the suburbs in Montgomery County, PA.  where she lives with her husband Jordan, daughter Tali, son Oren and their dog Osher.

Christopher Lindquist, VMD
“Supporting the staff and allowing them to shine, is one of the most rewarding aspects of my job!” 
Dr. Lindquist is not only Co-owner and Medical Director of RegionalVet, but as Chief Culture Officer, he is responsible for shaping the culture of the hospital. Dr. Lindquist promotes individual leadership, teamwork, and maintains the core values of RegionalVet. Dr. Lindquist is also a Facilitator at the AVMA Veterinary Leadership Experience. The Veterinary Leadership Experience is designed to empower veterinary students to take responsibility for their future. Dr. Lindquist graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine. He graduated Magna cum laude and received the Small Animal Surgery Award for high proficiency in canine and feline surgery. He lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, sons, dogs and horses and in his free time enjoys sports and fitness, including Russian Kettlebell and Combat Conditioning, of which he is a certified coach and instructor. The next time your pet is here to see Dr. Lindquist, be sure to ask him about his appearance in National Geographic’s, “A Treasure Ship’s Tragedy.”

William J. Griffin, VMD

“I wanted to be a doctor. I wanted to practice medicine. I never thought about the people aspect – but watching my staff grow and learn is very exciting. At the end of the day, the WHY is the people.”
Dr. Griffin is co-owner and Medical Director of Regional Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center.  He graduated with honors from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine.  To recreate the university standard of care that he knew was possible in private practice, he and classmate Christopher Lindquist, VMD started Regional Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center. Over the past 10 years the focus at RegionalVet has been on developing the culture and systems to deliver efficient and consistent high quality emergency and specialty care along with a strong leadership team.   Dr. Griffin's clinical focus remains emergency, critical care and diagnostic ultrasound.

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“The best feeling in the world is knowing that as a veterinarian, I can greatly improve the health and quality of life of our patients.” - Dr. Kristan Slotterback. 
As a little girl, Dr. Slotterback brought home every animal library book that she could find. She always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. Her passion lies in preventative medicine and educating clients on how to best care for their pets. She also has strong interests in dentistry, internal medicine, and dermatology. 
Dr. Slotterback graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Before beginning her career in private practice, she completed a one year internship in small animal medicine, surgery, and emergency medicine in Newark Delaware. Originally from Pennsylvania, she currently resides in West Deptford with her husband, young daughter, and three dogs. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the gym, reading, scrapbooking, and wine tasting. If you’re looking for a veterinarian who is passionate about animals and will ensure that you are well educated on the best ways to care for your best friend, Dr. Slotterback is the vet for you!

Dr. Nama Oppenheimer graduated Veterinary School at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2010. She then completed a one-year small animal internship in the teaching hospital of the Hebrew University that focused mostly on emergency medicine. Since then, she worked for 3 years in a major Emergency and Specialists Center in Israel as an emergency veterinarian. She recently moved to Philadelphia and joined the team at Regional Vet. Her main interests are emergency medicine, critical care and internal medicine. She lives with her husband Ziv, a botanist at  the University of Pennsylvania, her cat Pudding and her dog Bruno. Favorite quote: "Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole" (Roger Caras).