Dr. Mary Ellen Scully
Dr. Scully joined Island Animal Hospital full time in 2000, and has been a part of the family ever since. She graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida in 1995, followed by an internship at the University of Pennsylvania. Her special interests include internal medicine and ultrasound. In her spare time, Dr. Scully enjoys spending time with her cat Gary and two dogs, Minnow and Zamboni (all rescued) on the beach or in the garden.
Dr. Susan Spilker-Ochstein
Formerly with Calusa Veterinary Center in Boca Raton, Dr. Spilker, a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, now enjoys working at Island Animal Hospital. At home she spends time with beloved sons Christopher and Jacob, they enjoy the company of Jessie the Maltese, Smuggler the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chop the lab mix, Oscar their orange cat, and Thor the Bengal mix, all of which were rescues.
Dr. Jodi Collins
Dr. Collins graduated from Oregon State University in 2007 and moved to West Palm Beach by way of Tucson, Arizona 4 years ago. Her veterinary interests include dentistry, preventative medicine and surgery. She is also a passionate advocate for shelter animals and continues to work with our great county shelter. She enjoys laughing, dancing, and her two rescue dogs, Lulu and Bardet.
The woman behind the scenes at Island Animal Hospital is Maggie, the Practice Manager. As a native of Ireland, Maggie joined IAH in 2005 with over twenty years in veterinary management, she is responsible for smooth operation of the day to day business. When she's not hard at work on the Island, Maggie spends time with her two Bassett Hounds, Yogi and Dini, and the two 'bosses', Squirt the Jack Russel terrier, Lola the Shih Tzu, along with two cats. Many of her animals were rescues over the years. She loves spending time at the beach, boating, traveling and taking her dogs to the parks.
Peri, rescued from the streets of Oman as a blind kitten and brought to the states through a unique Facebook campaign, landed in our lobby in 2012.
After a couple of unsuccessful adoption attempts, due to his medical needs and poor manners, he decided that he would be happy enough to have the entire staff of Island Animal Hospital to serve him.
He has been running the place ever since.