Owner, Dr. Kimberley Galligher, graduated from Cook College, Rutgers University, with a BS in Animal Science and a minor in Equine Science. Dr. Galligher earned her Veterinary Medical Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. After 5 years in small animal private practice, Dr. Galligher established Willistown Veterinary Services INC., a relief veterinary service and house call practice serving Delaware, Chester and Montgomery counties. In 2012 Dr. Galligher purchased the Phoenixville Animal Hospital and is the present owner and operator of the hospital. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Galligher enjoys cooking, gardening, golf, and long walks with her husband, Russ; son, Burke; dog, Lora; and Macaw, Sparky. See Dr. Galligher’s Photo Gallery!
Dr. Clarissa “Cooey” B. Lyon graduated from Hamilton College with a B.A. in Classics. She earned her Veterinary Medical Doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Before joining the PAH team, in addition to practicing small animal medicine with a focus on wellness, preventive health care and owner education, she was a Field Service Veterinarian for the animal health company, Merial, serving as a resource on canine and feline infectious diseases to veterinarians and veterinary schools.
She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association and the Delaware Valley Academy of Veterinary Medicine.
She enjoys spending time with her husband, Jeff, her two pasture potato horses, Cana and Cody, and superstar dog, Sukey. She is an avid platform tennis player and pretty much any other sport that involves a racquet or stick and a ball.
Dr. Ann Caulfield is a 1995 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She received additional training and certification in veterinary acupuncture and veterinary medical massage therapy from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University and in veterinary rehabilitation medicine from the University of Tennessee’s Veterinary College. Dr. Caulfield led the veterinary physical rehabilitation therapy department at the Univ. of Pennsylvania’s Mathew J. Ryan’s School of Veterinary Medicine and has lectured at professional conferences and published academically on veterinary rehabilitation therapy. Dr. Caulfield applies principles of integrative medicine in her approach to helping animals heal and be well.
Her areas of practice interest include preventive medicine, geriatric care, chronic pain management, and nutritional management of disease. She is committed to providing “Fear Free” patient care and believes caring for the emotional health of our animal companions will enhance their physical well being. A Phoenixville resident, Dr. Caulfield is very active within the community volunteering with the Reservoir Park Community Garden, and as an animal CPR/First Aid instructor for area firefighters. She has a passion for land and habitat preservation and is an avid native plant gardener. Dr. Caulfield happily shares her home with a menagerie of dogs, cats, a bird and turtle.