Dr. Amy Rossmiller
Dr. Amy was born and raised in the Milwaukee area. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987 as a member of the charter class. She is married, has three children and shares her home with two dogs, a cat, a rat, a snake and a horse ( that doesn’t actually live there). In her free time, she enjoys reading, bicycling, and spending time with friends and family. Go Pack, Badgers, and Brewers!!
Dr. Alice van Maastricht
I graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine as a member of the charter class and have been a small animal practioner in southeastern Wisconsin since. I also served my country for some years as an officer in the Army Reserve Veterinary Corps.
Dr. Becky Moss
I graduated from University of Wisconsin- Madison School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009, followed by a small animal rotating internship in Raleigh, NC. I practiced in NC for a few years afterwards, while my husband finished his human medical training and then we decided to move home to Milwaukee where we were both born and raised. We have 3 young children, a dog named Reggie and a cat named Maddie. The animals have made the journey across the country a few times now and we are convinced Maddie will live forever! What I love the most about my job is teaching! I love educating clients about their pets’ behavior, health and diseases. I think when people are armed with knowledge they can make that much better decisions regarding the health and well being of their pets. When I am not working- I stay quite busy chasing my children around, playing soccer on my adult team and biking whenever possible (which, as it turns out- isn’t that often!) I look forward to getting to know the St. Francis Animal Hospital family.
Dr. Marta Kelly
I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated with both my undergraduate and veterinary degrees from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Veterinary medicine gives me the opportunity to be an advocate for animals and I look forward to being a resource for families and their pets! My interests in medicine include oncology, companion exotic animals, and One Health – an approach to medicine that recognizes that human health, animal health, and ecosystem health are all interconnected. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors or doing puzzles with my husband and daughter. At home, we share our home with our two cats, Scout and Toulouse, and snake, Couscous.