Keri Jackson

Hello, my name is Keri. I am an RVT here at the Emergency Hospital. I have always had a passion for animals; in high school I was involved with FFA/livestock. After graduating and receiving my RVT license, I began my career in the veterinary field. I have one beautiful daughter in whose eyes I see the same passion…Ooh boy I may have the next vet tech on my hands! Taking care of her and my pets, gardening, and roller coasters seem to be what I enjoy most these days!

Jennifer Chavez

Hi! I’m Jennifer, but I usually go by Jen. I’ve been a member of the team here at SVESC since October 2012. I began my medical career in 1996, working for several years as a medical assistant and phlebotomist. In 2006 I decided to return to school for veterinary medicine, earning my degree in Veterinary Technology in 2008. I currently have four rescue pets: a dog named “Schultz,” and three cats named “O’Malley,” “Sumo,” and “Luna.” When I’m not working with the furry patients here at SVESC I enjoy visiting theme parks with my family (we LOVE riding roller coasters!), as well as playing board and video games, and watching movies. My “me” time is usually spent reading or listening to an audiobook.

Nick Campi

My whole life I’ve been super involved with animals- from raising pigs and steers to goats, sheep, and even turkeys.  I used to breed Pembrook Welsh Corgis but now I have a new love for giant breed dogs such as Presa Canarios and Bullmastiffs.  My last pup I even had involved in protection work.  I’ve been in the field for 10 years and have worked at both general practices and specialty hospitals.  With a passion for critical care and surgery, I especially love this hospital that combines my 2 favorite aspects of the field.  My motto is: Kickin’ Butts Savin’ Pups!

Vanesa Torres

Hi!  I’ve worked in the emergency field for the last 2 1/2 years.  I always knew I’d have a career working with animals ever since I was a little girl.  I used to sneak stray animals into my home and take care of them.  Needless to say, my mom wouldn’t be too happy when she found a random squirrel or lizard in my room!  And now that I work as an emergency technician, I get to help save the lives of other’s pets every day.  I love working with my team here at the Stockton Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Center!

Chantelle Stillwell

Hello my name is Chantelle.  I’ve been working in the veterinary field since 2015.  I have quite the menagerie at home with 3 dogs, 3 cats, plus a few reptiles.  If I’m not working here or another job, you can usually find me with a book in my hand or enjoying the outdoors.

Alizia Ybarra

I graduated from Carrington College with my AA in Veterinary Technology in 2015 and very soon after acquired my RVT license.  I enjoy working as an ER RVT because of its fast paced environment.  Here I am able to continually develop stronger skills, educate clients and staff, and save lives.  I am also currently working on my BA in business management.

When I’m not working here, I love to spend time traveling with my kids Mikayla and Damien.  The family would not be complete without the furry love from Nacho (Shih Tzu), Poppy (Blue Tabby), and Bean (Grey Tabby).  When the family is out, I love to binge watch Netflix and Disney+.

Tanya Heiny

Hey, I’m Tanya.  I’ve been working in the veterinary field for close to 10 years.  I have no idea what I would be doing otherwise if I wasn’t working with animals.  Over the years I’ve had a random collection of pets: fish, frogs, rats, and dogs.  But I am definitely a cat lady!

Rebecca Russo

Hi, I’m Rebecca!  I have always had a passion for working with and helping animals.  I started off working in the Pet Hotel.  Now in addition to the hotel postion, I also assist in the ER as well.  I am currently going to school to receive my veterinary Technician certification.