Cross Keys Animal Hospital
We are conveniently located in Williamstown, NJ and easily accessible to all areas of Gloucester County and South Jersey. We have proudly served our community for 15 years and counting.
Melissa Brittingham is our event coordinator and one of our technicians.
She started working at Cross Keys in January 2005. She received her Bachelor’s
Degree in Animal Science at the University
of Delaware and is also a
Registered Veterinary Technician who has been active in the field of veterinary
medicine for over 18 years. Melissa recently graduated from the University
of Phoenix with a Master’s in Adult
Education and Training. She is an adjunct professor in the Camden
veterinary technician program. Melissa resides in Washington
Township with her two children. She also
has three dogs and one cat.
Jenn has been part of our veterinary technical team since August 2012 when she started as an intern. She received her Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology from Camden County College and went on to pass her boards to become a Certified Veterinary Technician in the State of New Jersey. Before becoming a veterinary technician, Jenn was an art major and a hairdresser. She has three dogs and four cats.
Kristin is part of our technical team here at Cross Keys. She started as an intern before becoming a full-time employee in January 2015. Kristin graduated from Camden County College with an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology. She works with various rescues in the area and has three dogs, one cat, and some fish. Kristin is also a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and worked in hospice care before becoming a veterinary technician. Her favorite animal is a giraffe, and she would own one if she could.
Valarie is part of the technical team and started working here at Cross Keys in January 2016. Val is from Nebraska and graduated from Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture with an Associate's of Applied Science in the Veterinary Technical System. She went on to become a Certified Veterinary Technician in the State of Nebraska. She first started as a technician in 2000 when she graduated from school. She just moved to New Jersey and has no pets here but has cows on the farm in Nebraska.
Skittles is one of our hospital cats. He
spends most of his time eating or waiting for us to feed him. When he’s not busy doing
that, he might be found chewing wires to expensive medical equipment.