Lynn Danesi, VMD
A 1987 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Lynn Danesi began her career as a large animal veterinarian visiting farms in New York. After a few years she discovered a keen interest in emergency medicine, from which her passion for small animal medicine was borne. Today, Dr. Danesi exemplifies the high quality of care we expect, and we are proud to have her practice with us at Animal Health Care Clinic.
In addition to a VMD degree, Dr. Danesi also has a Master's degree in Animal Nutrition from Purdue University and a Bachelor of Arts from Sweet Briar College. She has four dogs, Stella, Finn, Fergie and David, and a cat, Stanley. Her hobbies include traveling around the world and CrossFit.
Ed Haeussner, DVM
Dr. Ed Haeussner earned a DVM degree from the University of Florida. After graduation, he furthered his education by completing a rigorous one-year internship in emergency medicine and advanced specialty care at Florida Veterinary Specialists. Dr. Haeussner has worked in the Tampa Bay area since 1998. His interests include small animal and exotic pet medicine.
Rebecca Moretti, DVM
Dr. Rebecca Moretti is a native of western Pennsylvania. After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and minor in Chemistry from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), she worked as a veterinary technician for two years in Florida. Dr. Moretti earned a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University, graduating in 2006. She returned to Florida and began practicing emergency and general medicine at a 24-hour veterinary hospital. After 8 years of experience, Dr. Moretti joined the Animal Health Care Clinic team. With her practical approach, she believes quality and compassionate medical care can be made available to every pet with lower cost options.
Josepha Supow, VMD
A proud native Philadelphian, Dr. Josepha Supow graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Since she was a little girl, she knew that she had a special connection with animals and wanted to care for them.
In 1997, Dr. Supow opened Animal Health Care Clinic (AHCC), where she has been dedicated to helping make life better for your furry loved ones. Her goal has always been to provide the ultimate in care and compassion. Although retired from full-time veterinary practice, you may see Dr. Supow as she provides relief services at AHCC when needed.