Administration

  • Hospital Manager

    Jennifer Hufnagle
    School: Colorado State University

    With an insatiable need to be where the wild things are, Jennifer left her urban Philadelphia roots behind to pursue her passion �" wildlife biology. Armed with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Colorado, she began her professional pursuits as a research associate at the department of Environmental and Radiological Health. After dedicating her time and energy toward understanding the impact of space on cancer cells, Jennifer decided to focus her efforts on impacting the ecosystem on earth. As a field technician and rehabilitator at the Rocky Mountain Raptor Center, Jennifer worked tirelessly to rehabilitate and reintroduce raptors into the wild. Just like her winged counterparts, within a few years, Jennifer was ready to spread her wings and return to her native habitat. Upon returning to Philadelphia, Jennifer managed a local emergency animal hospital prior to joining VCA as a communications manager at one of our sister hospitals and then had the opportunity to join VCA West Shore as the Hospital Manager and has now moved to VCA Smoketown. When she’s not developing customer and pet centric solutions for VCA West Shore Animal Hospital, Jennifer can be found kicking a soccer ball around the local fields of center-city Philadelphia or hiking the trails of Pennsylvania with her five dogs.

    Why I do what I do:
    I find great personal and professional fulfillment in working in the veterinary hospital industry.I am passionate about creating business processes and practices that provide better experiences for the clients and their pets.


  • Purchasing/Pharmacy Manager

    Lynn Mull

    Lynn has been at Smoketown since 1996. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is neonatal care and reproduction. She lives on a small farm with her husband, 3 daughters, 3 dogs, 4 cats and 50+ goats. In her free time Lynn enjoys showing goats, getaways with her husband and spending time outside with her kids and animals.

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