Our Team

The Kirkman Road Veterinary Clinic team

Our staff of experienced and expert veterinarian doctors and skilled vet staff is ready when your pet needs us.

Call or contact us today to learn more.

Celina: Supervisor


Celina has been a part of the KRVC team since 2017. She has a dog (“Cora), cat (“Mush”), and bunny (“Lupin”) who all live – mostly – harmoniously together in her home. Celina is passionate about client education, especially Heartworm Prevention. She enjoys learning new things and meeting new pets everyday, so come by to meet her and the rest of the team!

Whitney Grant: Surgical Technician


Whitney has been with KRVC since 2005. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. She has two dogs (Murphy and Fergi) and three cats

Heather Ferrell: Technician


Heather has been with KRVC since 2009. She enjoys scuba diving and spinning poi. She has graduated from Northland College with a Bachelors in Biology. She has two cats and a dog named Keir.

Andrea Rocha: Technician


Andrea has been with KRVC since early 2016. She enjoys reading and spending time outside. She has a dog named Luna.

Bianca Torres: Technician


Bianca has been with KRVC since 2015. She enjoys arts and crafts. She graduated from A&M University with a Bachelors in Animal Science. She has three dogs.

Kayla Gelo: Technician


Kayla has been with KRVC since early 2016. She studies at Valencia College and enjoys spending time with friends and family. She has a dog and a rabbit.

Casey: Technician


Casey is a Certified Veterinary Assistant and enjoys working in her field every day. Casey has two wonderful dogs and will occasionally bring her old man “Buddy” in to visit with Reception. She enjoys spending time with her loved ones and watching movies with Buddy.

Valerie: Technician


Technician. Val has two kitties, one of which (“Nugget”) was found under a car abandoned. After being treated here at KRVC, he has shown his personality as a true troublemaker. Val is currently a senior at UCF studying Biology and is active in her role with the Pre-Veterinary Society, with hopes of going to vet school after graduation.