Technician SupervisorLexi Fiore
Veterinary Tech School: Harcum College
School: Lebanon Valley College, Bachelors Degree of Science
Lexi joined VCA Detwiler in 2012 as a Certified Veterinary Technician and shortly after went on to become the Veterinary Technician Supervisor.
She has been a practicing veterinary technician for over 15 years. She graduated from Harcum College in Bryn Mawr, PA and went on to take the national veterinary techinican exam where she earned her Veterinary Technician Degree. She also holds a Bachelors Degree in Science from Lebanon Valley College. She shares her home with her husband, 3 children, 3 kitties and 3 very active dogs.
A Special Note from Lexi: Ever since I was a little girl I have loved all kinds of animals and knew that I wanted a job working with them when I grew up. Now that I am grown I love animals even more and wouldn't dream of working in any other field. Being a veternary technician allows me to help animals in so many ways. I know that each day I come to work I am making adifference in an animals' life in some way or another and that makes me feels complete. Animals have taught me how to love, strive, fight and be passionate about my job. Everytime I come to work I strive to increase the human animal bond. I treat evey client and patient that comes through the hospital as if I was in their shoes and would want to be treated with compassion and kindness.
My passion in veterinay medicine is emergency medicine. I love a challenge, even in the day-to-day activites, from discovering what is wrong to forming a treatment plan and the follow through. Learning about medicine and science has always intrigued me, from learning about organ systems to the parasites that infect them. I enjoy meeting new people - especially people that love their pets as much as I love mine. In the veterinary field, it's not just about helping animals, but also helping their people. I enjoy the fast pace and challanging cases that can make a difference. Nothing is more rewarding then being able to save the life of an animal and giving it back to the owner healthy and happy.