Our animal hospital team in Sierra Vista

Our 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.

Janessa Moore, Hospital Manager at Coronado Veterinary Hospital in Sierra Vista

Janessa Moore
Hospital Manager

Janessa has been with Coronado Veterinary Hospital since January of 2018, but has been working in the veterinary community for almost 4 years now. She received a Bachelors of Science degree in Communication Disorders at New Mexico State University in 2010 and worked with special needs children in the Phoenix, AZ school district for 4 years as a Speech and Language Pathologist Assistant. That time in her life was enjoyable and meaningful and taught her a lot about life. She is the oldest of 5 girls and grew up on a small ranch in New Mexico where her parents raised Blue Heeler’s, horses, cows, and her sisters raised pigs through the 4-H program. In her spare time Janessa enjoys photography, fashion, and decorating her home. She’ll often joke that a coffee bean is her birthstone and won’t say no to an iced latte any time of the day.

Customer Service Representatives

CJ Mecozzi, Lead Customer Service Representative

CJ Mecozzi of Coronado Veterinary HospitalCJ is the lead receptionist at Coronado Veterinary Hospital and has been with the practice for nearly 8 years. She graduated from Guam Community College in 1992 with a degree in Business Management and Accounting. She enjoys interacting with new puppies and kittens and watching them grow into adults. She also enjoys developing not only professional, but personal relationships with our clients. She has 2 pets: Cooper (Staffordshire Bull Terrier) and Shadow (Russian Blue Tuxedo). In her spare time she enjoys going on road trips with her husband to photography and music festivals where he works. Together they enjoy hiking and spending time with their family, especially her granddaughters. Like the rest of us, CJ needs outlets to relax and that is where she enjoys cross stitching, baking, and crocheting.

Carmen Chaisson, Customer Service Representative

Carmen of Coronado Veterinary HospitalCarmen has been working at Coronado Veterinary Hospital for almost 10 years. Carmen and her husband have rescued 3 dogs: 2 poodle mixes and one schnauzer. Carmen loves working with animals and that is why she sought out a career in the animal industry. When she’s not working, Carmen enjoys opening a good book.

Sheila Dahoney, Customer Service Representative

Sheila of Coronado Veterinary HospitalSheila has been working as a customer service representative for Coronado Veterinary Hospital since September of 2012. She is originally from Wisconsin and went to Cosmetology school but decided it wasn’t for her in its entirety. Sheila is a woman of many hats. She’s worked construction building roads, fences, and homes. She’s also worked with special needs children for 13 years and has been rescuing animals for 30 years of her life! She owns her own rescue and loves working with people and their pets. She’s been a part of the veterinary world for 12 years and she loves working at Coronado Veterinary Hospital because it combines her love of animals with her joy of working with people and getting paid to do what she loves! In her spare time she loves to crochet, draw, and spending time with her grandchildren.

Mary Riley, Customer Service Representative

Mary of Coronado Veterinary HospitalMary works as a part time customer service representative and has been at Coronado Veterinary Hospital since January of 2017. She is originally from Wisconsin and is a huge Packers fan. Mary enjoys spending time with her favorite English Bulldog: Swamper. In her spare time she loves being outdoors whether its gardening or traveling. Mary also enjoys taking some down time to read a good book.

Hannah Bodenstab, Customer Service Representative

Hannah of Coronado Veterinary HospitalHannah began working as a customer service representative at Coronado Veterinary Hospital in October of 2017. She is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and moved to New York when she was 14 years old. In 2013 she moved to Sierra Vista with her husband. Hanna graduated with a BA in Creative Arts in 2012 but has always had a deep passion for animals and is excited to be working in the veterinary field. Together, her and her husband have 3 dogs and 2 cats and in her spare time they like going to the park or hiking with their fur-babies. Hannah also enjoys reading and working on her ’94 Bronco.

Veterinary Technicians

Heike Scott, Lead, Certified Veterinary Technician

Heike Scott of Coronado Veterinary HospitalHeike has been with Coronado Veterinary Hospital since April of 2010. She has a strong background in veterinary medicine having received her AAS and BAS of Veterinary Technology in St. Petersburg, Florida. Heike received the highest achievement in the veterinary technician community by earning her certification. Her special interests are emergency and critical care. Heike has several pets including horses, dogs, and some exotics. Her hobbies include hiking, swimming, horseback riding, and anything that involves the ocean.

Daniel Rathgeb, Veterinary Assistant

Daniel Rathgeb of Coronado Veterinary HospitalDaniel has been with Coronado Veterinary Hospital since April of 2010. He received his certificate for Veterinary Assistant at Pima Medical Institute along with a Bachelor of Science at ASU with a minor in religious studies. Outside of the hospital, Daniel enjoys hiking, climbing, foraging, mycology, and naturalist. Daniel has a three year old son named Waylon and together they like to adventure outdoors with their dogs Berkely (Aussie cross) and Critter (Border Collie cross).

Ashley Rodriguez, Veterinary Assistant

Ashley Rodriguez of Coronado Veterinary HospitalAshley began working with Coronado Veterinary Hospital in April of 2010. She received her certification as a Veterinary Assistant at Pima Medical Institute. Ashley really enjoys being a part of the surgical team at the hospital. She has 3 dogs and 2 kids. In her spare time she and the kids like to take small road trips and visit the Tucson Children’s Museum often.

Carrie Bloom, Veterinary Assistant

Carrie Bloom of Coronado Veterinary HospitalCarrie started working at Coronado Veterinary Hospital in May of 2015. She is currently enrolled at Penn Foster as she works to gain her certification as a veterinary technician. She has 3 dogs: Hoba the yellow Lab, Road Dog the Pit Bull Mix, and Tiny the Chihuahua. She also has Jake the Snake (Python) and Pearl the goldfish. In her spare time she likes to hang out with her family as they adventure in hiking, hunting, and fishing.

Amie Schneider, Veterinary Technician

Amie Schneider of Coronado Veterinary HospitalAmie Leigh Schneider has worked at Coronado Veterinary Hospital since October of 2016. She was born and raised in Sierra Vista and has a profound love for animals. Amie is currently furthering her education in veterinary medicine and hopes of becoming a veterinarian someday. She has three dogs, two ducks, and a fish and wants to own her own farm someday. In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym and cooking.

Emilee Sizemore, Veterinary Assistant

Emilee Sizemore of Coronado Veterinary HospitalEmilee began working at Coronado Veterinary Hospital since December of 2016. While working as a veterinary assistant she worked to get her EMT certification and now works on the human medical side part time. Emilee owns 6 horses, 2 donkeys, 6 dogs, and one Leopard Gecko. In her spare time she enjoys riding her horses.

Kaitlyn Vasquez, Veterinary Assistant

Kaitlyn Vasquez of Coronado Veterinary HospitalKaitlyn has been working for Coronado Veterinary Hospital as a veterinary assistant since December of 2016. She is married and has a 4 year old son. But that is not the extent of her family as she owns 3 dogs, 2 cats, and several reptiles. In her spare time, Kaitlyn enjoys playing video games and hiking..

Leila El Mohamed, Veterinary Technician

Leila El Mohamed of Coronado Veterinary HospitalLeila began working at Coronado Veterinary Hospital in September of 2017 as a veterinary technician. She has a 6 year old tiny human and her own little farm of animals that includes: 4 hens, 2 turtles, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and a bird. In her spare time she enjoys time with her family and pets. Leila loves the gift God gave her by instilling a love for animals within her and considers it a gift to be a part of saving lives and making a difference in the world.