Meet the friendly staff at Haven Animal Hospital!
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Alecia joined the Haven Animal Hospital team in the fall of 2016 as a kennel assistant - providing excellent care for the many pets that stay with us while their parents are out of town. Since then she has moved to the reception area and handles all of your financial concerns and needs as our Client Care Coordinator! After graduating from Grand HAven High School - she went to college at Baker and graduated in the summer of 2017 with her Associates in Business Management!
She also has two cats of her own. You may also notice her smiling face at the reception desk, answering you calls and any questions or concerns you may have! You may also notice that Alecia is a soon to be mother in Cotber of 2018 - she's very excited!
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