East Hampton Veterinary Clinic

Meet our doctors

Jonathan Turetsky, DVM

I graduated using the top class from Tufts College School of Veterinary Medicine in 1983, after receiving my Baloney in Agriculture and Existence Sciences from Cornell College. I practiced at two pet hospitals as well as an emergency clinic (along with a short stint talking to in the Franklin Park Zoo) around Boston before moving with my loved ones to East Hampton. The Vet Clinic opened up its doorways to the first patients late later. I like the the range and challenges of general practice, and dealing with become acquainted with our patients as well as their people as time pass. But my first love is my spouse, Wendy, and our kids, Laura and Zev. Us wouldn't be complete without Binny and Arieh, our felines, and our two dogs, Chauncey and Ruby.

Jennifer Katz, DVM

I finished Reed College having a BA in Physics, received an MS in Applied Physics from Columbia College, gained a DVM from Cornell College, and arrived in the Vet Clinic of East Hampton in nov 2001. I really like creatures, science, and character. My immediate family includes Dora (dog) Kittoni, Charlotte now, and Carter (felines) and Mike (human).

Amy Ostreich, DVM

I'd the initial experience with investing my first three years of veterinary school around the beautiful island of St. Kitts at Ross College. Then i returned towards the states and spent my clinical year in Ithaca at Cornell College. I'm a indigenous to New York becoming an adult in Plainview and gradually leaving east. Before veterinary school I had been an LVT employed in Emergency, Internal Medicine, ICU/Critical Care, and Exotics Medicine at most of the niche hospitals on New York. I presently reside in Ronkonkoma with my Miniature Schnauzer, Scamp, 2 Caribbean dogs, Samantha and Boots, 4 felines, Mowgli, Cleo, Daisy, and Thumper, and a pair of Blue and Gold Macaws, Kiwi &lifier

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