Meet Our Veterinary Technicians Animal Hospital Staff
At Randhurst Animal Hospital, we strive for a warm and friendly relationship with you and your pet. This page highlights our staff, our training and experience, and dedication to veterinary medicine.
Liz, CVT, Head Technician
Liz has been a part of the Randhurst family since 2016. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University, her passion for working with animals was ignited when she worked as an assistant in an emergency clinic. She spent 2 years earning her veterinary technician degree at the Bel-Rea Institute of Veterinary Technology in Denver, CO. While she misses the mountains, Liz is glad to be back near friends and family. She has been working in the field since 2008 and became a CVT in 2013. She enjoys working with the caring and compassionate staff at Randhurst. She strives to help improve the lives of our patients and clients, and has a passion for surgery and client education. In her free time, Liz enjoys movies, reading, board games, and spending time with her husband, 2 sons, and 2 dogs.
Carrie is a CVT that has been practicing since 1998. While the majority of her career was spent in emergency and critical care, she has also spent several years in day practice, radiation oncology, internal medicine and surgery. Her love of animals stems from spending time on her family’s dairy farm in Iowa as a child. She currently has 6 animals, (2 of which have two legs and call her mom) and enjoys spending time outside with her family.
Jenny joined our Randhurst Animal Hospital family in September of 2015. She is very excited to be a part of a veterinary practice again. Her dream has always been to not only work with animals but to help animals as well by delivering excellent patient care. Jenny studied in Bel-rea Institute of Animal Technology in Denver, Colorado and graduated in 2010. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her cat Fabio and her family.
Yasmin knew she wanted to be in the veterinary field when she started volunteering at a local animal shelter in Arlington Heights. Therefore, she received a certificate of completion for the Veterinary Assistant Program at Northeastern Illinois University. She is still continuing her education at Northeastern pursuing a bachelors in biology. Then planning on going into Veterinary Technician school. On the side, she waitresses at an Italian Restaurant in Mt. Prospect. She’s a dog mom to a 15 year old Jack Russel Terrier named Dexter. On her free time she loves spending time with her family and work out at the gym.