MEET THE STAFF AT BRODHEADSVILLE VETERINARY CLINIC
Jeremy Wentz, VMD
Dr. Jeremy Wentz graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2003 and purchased Barton Heights Veterinary Hospital in 2009. Following closely after Dr. Jeremy Wentz purchased Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic in 2013. He lives in the Poconos with his wife, Nicole, and their four kids, Jackson, Brielle, Colton, and Caleena (Colton and Caleena are twins) and their Golden retriever, Champ. When Dr. Wentz’s children ask where he is going, he enjoys responding with, “To fix animals.” He finds great satisfaction in helping pets recover and from the obvious appreciation shown by the pets and their owners. Since he was a young child, Dr. Wentz wanted to practice medicine. He is fascinated by how the body systems work and how we can alter or improve the body by medicine or surgery. Dr. Wentz plans to continue to bring new and advanced services and specialists to the Pocono region. He explains, “My goal is to continue to offer the best veterinary care to our clients.”
Janine Gusztaw, DVM
Dr. Janine Gusztaw comes to us with more than 20 years experience serving pets and their owners in the Poconos and Lehigh Valley.
She is a 1991 graduate of the University of Georgia Veterinary School. Excited to be part of the knowledgeable and compassionate family of Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Gusztaw began working with us in the fall of 2013. Dr. Gusztaw shares her home with two high-energy rescue dogs and one interesting cat.
Andrew Hardisky, DVM
Dr. Hardisky grew up in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Susquehanna County. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Scranton in 2001, then earned his Veterinary Doctorate at St. Matthew’s University School Of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, completing his clinical training at North Carolina State University School Of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. Prior to veterinary school, Dr. Hardisky was employed as a veterinary technician allowing him to further his clinical knowledge and skills. His interest in veterinary medicine fostered from growing up on his family’s farm where care and attention to animal health was an upmost priority. His fascination in Biology and Physiology allowed him to understand the importance of medicine and how we can alter or improve animal systems to maintain health through medicine or surgery. He finds great enjoyment in helping people maintain their animal’s health and companionship through strong client communication and education. You can always rely on close personal attention to your concerns and questions about your pets with a smile! Dr. Hardisky’s medical interests include Internal Medicine and Emergency and Critical Care. He practiced emergency medicine for a little over a year prior to his employment at Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic. Personal interests include an exuberant array of outdoor activities from hiking, kayaking, and camping to motorcycle road trips with friends and perfecting the art of grilling cusine.
Dr. Phil Zeltzman is a traveling board-certified veterinary surgeon, serving Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey. Specializing in orthopedic, neurology, cancer, and soft tissue surgeries for dogs, cats, and small exotics, Dr. Zeltzman offers the best surgical care, safest anesthesia, and utmost pain management to all his patients. Dr. Zeltzman has been involved in mobile surgery since 1997, traveling full time to clinics since 2010. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, a Certified Veterinary Journalist, a frequent speaker and an award-winning writer.
He considers himself a life-long student who is always looking for new ways to improve patient care and surgical techniques. His website is www.DrPhilZeltzman.com.
Stephanie Goldstein, DVM
Dr. Stephanie Goldstein was born and raised New York. She has wanted to become a veterinarian since she was seven years old. After going to college at the University of Connecticut in 2011, she received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Tennessee in 2015. She has many interests, which include weight management, dental care, behavior and geriatric care. She firmly believes that preventive medicine is the best medicine! Dr. Goldstein also enjoys giving back, by working with various local rescue organizations and shelters. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her two Dobermans, Peyton and Colt, and her cats, Bella and Duke. Her hobbies include doing puzzles, making candles, hiking and spending time with her family.