Client Services

  • Receptionist Supervisor

    Jessica Hultman

    Jessica moved to Florida in 2012, but is a Jersey girl at heart! She lived there for 21 years, moved to Arizona for six months, and now sunny South Florida. She has 2 dogs, Roxie and Scooby Doo, as well as her little tuxedo cat, Creeper. They are the highlight of everyday for Jessica! In her spare time, Jessica loves to be at the beach, riding her bike, or walking with the pups.

    Why I come to work everyday

    I have always been drawn to animals of all kinds. Being around them all the time and making sure they get the best care is what I enjoy. Seeing them reunite with their parents whether it’s after a groom or surgery is always the best part of the day. I have four legged kids of my own and wouldn’t trade them for the world!
     


  • Receptionist

    Bill Haney

    Bill has lived in South Florida for nearly  30 years, having  worked as part of the management teams in a variety of  “Human” Healthcare settings  in South Florida and the Midwest for over 40 years. Now semi-retired,  he  was seeking a place that he could  still enjoy interacting with patients and clients within a healthcare environment.  As a loving pet lover since the age of 10 (not counting the goldfish and turtles he cared for earlier!), he’s owned both multiple cats and dogs most of his life.  He has two children and he’s passed his love of sharing one’s life with animals on to them and they now own two dogs of their own between them. He enjoys the outdoors and travel (Especially enjoys cruises!) with friends and family, and is quite the gardener and handyman - he’s even helped us with minor repairs around our hospital!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Why I come to work  everyday 

    I have observed and have been a part of care-giving since I was a child and used to spend summers with my cousin who had  severe cerebral palsy from birth.  Coming into work here allows me to continue to see that level of care every time I step through the door:  The joy of someone bringing in a new kitten or puppy...the attention to detail the staff and pet owners share in their wellness or sick visits and, yes, even in the sorrow when it comes to having to peacefully say goodbye to one of your "best friends".  It's the "Circle of Life" I'm observing through loving owners and their pet companions-and the older I get-I can't think of a better way to spend a work day!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    


  • Receptionist

    Alex Hulin

    My name is Alex and I am a true Florida Native.  I was born in Coral Springs and was raised in Boca Raton.  I currently have 2 cats and 4 dogs at home.  I graduated from Olympic Heights High School and I'm currently attending Keiser College for Nursing. In my spare time I enjoy going to the beach, being outdoors, and going mudding.

    Why I come to work everyday

    I love working here at VCA Boca Greens!  Every since I was little I've always had a lot of animals growing up.  I've had everything from bunnies, hamsters, cats and dogs.  I love all types of animals and being able to take care of them everyday, so this is the best job I could have.  I love being apart of the VCA Family!                                               

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