Dr. Justin Bienkowski
Dr. Christopher Garthwaite
Dr. Victoria Korona
Dr. Mark Burch
DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Mark Burch graduated from the University of Tennessee and now lives in the Poconos with his wife, Heather, and their four children, Ashley, Emily, Ben, and Jo. The family owns a number of different animals, including horses, chickens, a dog, cats, fish, and guinea pigs. Dr. Burch had always wanted to be a veterinarian and feels that veterinary medicine choose him more than the other way around. He enjoys working with the people and pets of Barton Heights and working with the staff to help clients and their animals live healthy lives. In his spare time, Dr. Burch enjoys gardening, hiking, camping, and a variety of sports.
Dr. Helen Crabtree
DVM, Emergency, Physical Rehabilitation
Dr. Crabtree graduated from Louisiana State University’s veterinary medicine program. She was drawn to veterinary medicine through the challenge of diagnosing patients, and she greatly enjoys the process of restoring mobility in pets that have suffered from injury or illness. Dr. Crabtree lives in the Poconos with her coonhound, Julian, and two tortoises, Frank and Ernest.
Dr. Jonathan C. Goodwin
DVM, Diplomate ACVIM | Cardiologist
Dr. Jonathan C. Goodwin was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He completed his undergraduate studies at Cornell University and received his veterinary degree from Tuskegee University. He completed his internship in 2000 at the Coral Springs Animal Hospital, and then went on to complete a cardiology residency at Purdue University. His special cardiology interests include canine and feline birth defects, interventional cardiology, cardiac arrhythmias, feline cardiac disease, and long-term management of congestive heart failure. Dr. Goodwin is a Diplomate of The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology).
Dr. Dana Hardisky
DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Dana Hardisky is a 2006 graduate of Lackawanna Trail Jr./Sr. High School. She went on to complete her undergraduate coursework at the University of Scranton. She obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2015, with her clinical training year completed at Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Her professional interests included small animal internal and preventative medicine. Dr. Hardisky also enjoys working with small ruminants and camelids.
Dr. Hardisky resides on an 80 head sheep farm where she is the flock manger, raising registered Hampshires, Suffolks, and club lambs. She is a cat lover at heart with several “four legged kids”. Outside of work, Dr. Hardisky is an avid sports fan.
Dr. Sean Ott
VMD, Medical Director, Associate Veterinarian
Graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003, Dr. Sean Ott worked at the Penn Genetics Lab and concurrently received a business certificate from the Wharton Small Business Development Center. He currently lives in Nazareth with his wife, children, and their cat Larry. Dr. Ott enjoys the variety of work he experiences from day to day. As he puts it, "Switching from a dermatology case to medicine to a wellness visit and to surgery then dentistry—you never know what you might be doing in a day." He chose to go into veterinary medicine as he found biology fascinating and filled with many unknowns. Because he enjoys diversity, problem solving, and fixing things, veterinary medicine is an excellent choice as he experiences each of these every day. In his free time, Dr. Ott enjoys biking, skiing, woodworking, home improvement, and traveling.
Dr. Phil Zeltzman
DVM, Diplomate DACVS, CVJ | Surgeon
After graduating in 1993 from the University of Liege, School of Veterinary Medicine in Belgium, Dr. Phil Zeltzman simultaneously worked as a general practitioner, emergency vet, and journalist for three years in his native city of Paris, France. He completed a one-year internship at the University of Georgia, then a three-year surgical residency near Chicago, Illinois. Then he worked as a surgeon for four years at a surgical practice in Cincinnati, Ohio, and almost four years at a surgical practice in Whitehall, Pennsylvania. Since then, Dr. Zeltzman has worked as a traveling surgeon, which means that he performs advanced surgery at the clinic of family veterinarians. He is a board-certified surgeon, in other words, a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, which is a much-coveted professional achievement. He is also a certified surgeon for the Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) and has performed thousands of these procedures in dogs from less than 50 pounds to more than 250 pounds! He is owned by two crazy cats named Praline and Nougat and loves working with clients to help their pets get better. In his own words, "Whether we fix a broken bone, remove a tumor, or repair a torn ligament, improving pet quality of life is what drives me."