Dr. Philippe Coudrai, VMD, CCRT, MS
Medical Director/Veterinarian

Education: The University of Pennsylvania, Texas A & M, The Ohio State University, University of Hartford

Pets: Butters & Margie

Dr. Philippe Coudrai received a Master’s degree in Biology in 1984 from the University of Hartford, and his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 1989. For the 15 years prior to opening Winslow Animal Hospital, he gained valuable medical and surgical experience working in 24-hour full-service and emergency hospitals. He has focused much of his attention since 1991 in orthopedic surgery and has attended post-graduate education in orthopedics offered at The Ohio State University, The University of Pennsylvania, and Texas A & M. Since 1996, Dr. Coudrai has operated a veterinary orthopedic referral service (non-specialty), performing approximately 200 orthopedic surgical procedures annually for over 30 area hospitals. In 2003, Dr. Coudrai became certified to take PennHip X-rays to detect hip dysplasia in puppies as young as four months of age.


In addition, he is a skilled surgeon who has performed many complicated surgeries, such as: eyelid resconstruction, oral & thyroidectomies, lumpectomy, skin grafting, liver lobectomy, gastrotomy, enterotomy, end to end anastamosis, sub-total colectomy, nephrectomy, cystotomy, splenectomy, etc.

He also has an interest in Veterinary Dentistry and attended courses at the Animal Dental Training Center in Maryland to improve his skills in extensive surgical dental extractions and root canal therapy. Most recently, Dr. Coudrai received certification as a Canine Rehabilitation Therapist from the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in Florida. Dr. Coudrai believes deeply that orthopedic surgical patients benefit greatly from rehabilitation therapy after surgery. With Dr. Amy Hinze, CVA, and Linda Franzini, CVT, CCRP, Dr. Coudrai opened the Winslow Animal Hospital Center for Rehabilitation and Pain Management, offering a variety of rehabilitative modalities modeled after our human Physical Therapy counterparts, as well as acupuncture to manage pets pain and range of motion.

Dr. Coudrai’s memberships include the Veterinary Orthopedic Society, Eastern Veterinary Orthopedic Society, American Animal Hospital Association, American Veterinary Medical Association, New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association, and the Southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Coudrai has passed licensing examinations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Florida. His two cats, Butters and Margie, can be found walking the halls of Winslow Animal Hospital.

Dr. Coudrai was a resident of Winslow Township and now resides in nearby Washington Township with his wife and two sons, John-Michael and Eric. Hobbies/Interests: Dr. Coudrai’s passion (2nd to family) is skiing with his sons, hiking, and cycling.

Allision Scott, VMD


Education: The Pennsylvania State University, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

Pets: Finn

Dr. Allison Scott completed her undergraduate degree at her hometown school, Penn State, where she combined her love for animals and medicine, and majored in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. After graduation, she received her doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Pennsylvania. During that time, she developed a passion for client-patient care and relationships, preventative medicine, surgery, and rehabilitation therapy, which led her to Winslow Animal Hospital. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medicine Association.

After graduation, Dr. Scott moved from Philadelphia to South New Jersey with her partner, Steve, and their dog, Finn. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, exercising, going to the beach, creating art, playing tennis, and cooking.

Amy Hinze, VMD, CVA

Education: West Chester University (undergraduate), University of Pennsylvania (graduate), Chi Institute

Pets: Chloe, Rotisserie, Miss Echo, Tasha

Dr. Amy Hinze attended West Chester University in Pennsylvania for her undergraduate studies, completing a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She attended post-graduate continuing education in dentistry offered at The Animal Dental Training Center in Maryland. Additionally, Dr. Hinze was certified in acupuncture through the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine in Florida. She continues studies towards certification in Chinese Veterinary Herbal Therapy and Food Therapy. She is a member of the AAVA, IVAS, AATCVM, VBMA, AVMA, SJVMA, and AAHA. The integration of Eastern and Western medicine has been extremely beneficial to the quality of life for many of her patients.


Acupuncture is the ancient technique of placing very small gauge needles into special points on the body called acupoints. Research has shown that acupoints are located in areas of the body that contain a high density of free nerve endings, blood vessels, and lymphatic vessels (part of the immune system). Studies have shown that stimulation of these points will induce the release of endorphins, cause changes in blood and lymph flow, as well as improve conduction of nerve impulses traveling to the CNS. Traditional Chinese Medicine believes that the placement of the needles will affect the flow of Qi (pronounced “chee”) or life force energy in the body. If there is stagnation or blockage of free flow of Qi within the channels/meridians, the body will be out of balance and pain, as well as a disease state, will result.

Acupuncture is most commonly used to improve pain control in patients suffering from degenerative joint disease or arthritis. Acupuncture can also be used to improve neurological function, regulate the GI tract, stimulate appetite, treat skin conditions, treat inter-vertebral disc disease and aid in the management of behavior disorders.

Jen Chachkes, VMD

Education: University Of Pennsylvania

Pets: Burberry, Gustav, Fiona and Sky

Dr. Jennifer Chachkes completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with a B.A. in Biological Basis of Behavior. After graduation she worked in the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University Of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, then completed a one-year internship at Oradell Animal Hospital in Paramus, New Jersey, where she completed rotations in emergency medicine, cardiology, general practice, internal medicine, surgery and critical care.


Dr. Chachkes’ professional interests are in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Chachkes resides in Philadelphia, PA with her husband Todd and their young daughter. She has two cats, “Burberry” and “Gustav”, and two dogs, “Sky”, Siberian Husky, whom they adopted from a rescue in Ohio, and “Fiona”, a Pitbull mix, adopted as a stray. In her spare time, she enjoys biking, jogging, trying new restaurants in Philadelphia, and spending time with her family.

Linda Bohn, DVM

Education: Glassboro State College (undergraduate), Iowa State University (graduate)

Pets: Yorkshire Terrier, Mickey; Jack Russel, Toby; American Painted Horse, Cottoncandy Cowboy

Dr. Linda Bohn had a love for animals even when she was very young. She knew she wanted to be a veterinarian even while she grew up at Lake Garrison in Elk Township. Dr. Bohn received her B.S. in Biology from Glassboro State College – now known as Rowan University. She went on for her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at Iowa State University.


During that time, she completed a veterinary preceptorship at the Kansas City Zoo. That environment allowed Dr. Bohn to work with a wide variety of species. After graduation, Dr. Bohn returned to New Jersey, where she has practiced small animal medicine and surgery since 1995. Dr. Bohn is especially interested in senior wellness, preventive care, and internal medicine. Dr. Bohn is a member of the American Veterinary Association and the Southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association. She is also currently helping the Cohanzick Zoo in Bridgeton set up a veterinary clinic for their animals.

In her spare time, Dr. Bohn enjoys riding her American Paint Horse, “Cottoncandy Cowboy.” She loves to hike, bike, and kayak with her husband, Mark, and their Yorkshire Terrier, “Mickey.”

Sandra McBee, DVM

Education: Mount Holyoke College (undergrad), Oklahoma State University (graduate)

Pets: Russ, Daphne, and Ted

Dr. Sandra McBee was born in Oklahoma and raised in Oklahoma, New York City and Connecticut. From the time she was young Dr. McBee had a love of animals and science. She put the two together and decided to pursue veterinary medicine. She received her Bachelor of the Arts degree in Biological Sciences from Mount Holyoke College. She then continued on to complete her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Oklahoma State University. She is USDA accredited and a member of the American Veterinary Medicine Association. She has a special interest in wellness care and truly enjoys watching her patients grow and thrive. Dr. McBee also has a special interest in Dentistry, pain management and behavioral medicine.


After graduating, Dr. McBee moved to New Jersey and, prior to joining Winslow Animal Hospital, practice small animal medicine in both Ocean and Cape May Counties. She currently lives in Cape May county with her husband Tommy, her children, Noelle and James and her dogs and cat. She has an English Labrador named Russ, A Shetland sheepdog named Daphne and a cat named Ted. She spends the majority of her free time with her children – watching her oldest ride horses, competing in the English Circuit of South Jersey and performing in various musical theater productions and her youngest develop his own talents in sports and music. Dr. McBee’s family can usually be found on the boat fishing or at the beach in the summer months.

Sheila Levie, VMD

Education: University of Delaware (undergrad), University of Pennsylvania (graduate)

Pets: Ernie, Bert, Squitten, & Noah

Dr. Sheila Levie did her undergraduate work at University of Delaware, and received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from University of Pennsylvania. She has practiced small animal medicine in Camden and Gloucester counties since then. She is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the southern New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and the Veterinary Information Network. She has particularly strong interests in feline medicine, internal medicine, and dermatology.


Dr. Levie lives in Gloucester county with her husband, twin sons, multiple cats, and a tankful of tropical fish. She refuses to accept responsibility for the names of the cats (Ernie, Bert, Squitten, & Noah), as they were all named by her husband and children. The family is presently “between dogs”. Her hobbies include gardening, reading mysteries, and supervising her children’s sport activities.

Linda Franzini, CVT, CCRP
Rehabilitation Practitioner

Linda has been working as a Certified Veterinary Technician since 1995, and enjoyed helping animals in all areas of veterinary medicine, with special interests in anesthesia, pain management, orthopedic surgery, rehabilitation, and animal behavior/training.

In 2005, Linda joined the Winslow Animal Hospital Team as our Technician Team Leader and head Orthopedic Surgery Nurse.



In the fall of 2009, after completing her course work in Canine Rehabilitation at the University of Tennessee school of Veterinary Medicine, Linda began offering Rehabilitation services at Winslow Animal Hospital. Over the next 2 years, as she completed her case studies for certification, and a 40 hour internship at Redbank Veterinary Hospital, in Northern New Jersey and Buckeystown Veterinary Hospital, in Maryland, she gradually expanded the rehabilitation services offered here. In June 2011, Linda completed all requirements and passed the exam to become a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner through University of Tennessee. Since then, she has focused all her energies on running Winslow Animal Hospital’s Center for Rehabilitation and Pain management.

Continuing Education & Special Skills

Linda strongly believes in continuing education to learn as much as possible to help her canine patients. She has done extensive training in manual therapy, including medical massage, myofascial trigger point identification and release, joint mobilizations for the front and hind limbs, basic and advanced mobilization techniques for the canine spine and pelvis, and manual therapy techniques for sports related injuries. Linda is also a certified Reiki 2 Practitioner and shares Reiki energy with all her rehab patients.

Linda is currently working towards certification as a Veterinary Pain Practitioner with the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.


When not at work, Linda enjoys relaxing and rejuvenating with her human and animal family, enjoying nature, swimming, hiking, gardening, and traveling to their seasonal home in Maine to enjoy the beautiful, rocky coastline and Acadia National Park.

Leila Persaud C., CVPM

Education: University of Hartford

Leila has had the good fortune to be with Winslow Animal Hospital since April 2003. Prior to joining the team, Lee spent nearly 15 years in the insurance industry.

Leila is a graduate of University of Hartford, and has an AA/BS-BA in Business Administration and a minor in Biology.– graduate of Patterson Veterinary University: Marketing, Finance, Strategic Planning, Human Resource.
– graduate of Purdue University:Veterinary Management Institute (Financial, Marketing, Human Resource, & Strategic Planning Modules)
-member of: the Washington Township Chamber of Commerce & Camden County Chamber of Commerce.
– AAHA:Veterinary Management School: Levels 1 & 2

She earned the CVPM certification in 2019.
Her duties are: the management and overseeing of human resource, information technology, budgeting/finance/production, marketing, client communication and service delivery, & practice standards and regulations.

Amy G.
Rehab Assistant

Pets: Kylian, Myrtle, Marcie, Franchesca, Paws, Lovely and Harley

Amy joined the Winslow Animal Hospital family in 2002. She loves the people she works with, the clients she serves, and their pets.

Amy loves reading, spending time with family, and being outdoors on sunny days.
Pets: Tori the dog
Cheryl has been part of the Winslow Animal Hospital family since 2004. She loves helping our clients help their pets.
Cheryl is devoted to shore life – boating, fishing and crabbing at every opportunity.
Client Service Representative

Nina has loved animals since she was a little girl. Big or small, she will always be an advocate for them. Nina loves nature and going on adventures outdoors. She has a certification in Veterinary Exam Room Assistant from Camden County College.

Nina lives in Pine Hill with her four adopted fur babies: 1 dog and 3 cats. To be part of an AAHA-accredited facility such as Winslow Animal Hospital is truly an honor, and she loves being part of such an amazing team.

TJ has been a member of the Winslow Animal Hospital family since August 2015. He loves having fun with his colleagues and cherishes his dog Otis. TJ also enjoys horseback riding.
Veterinary Technician

Since Candace could speak, she never wanted to do anything other than to make a career in animal healthcare. Her career in the veterinary field started in August 2008 when she was hired as a client service coordinator at another animal hospital. She was determined to do more. Candace was given the opportunity to be trained to assist the technicians and eventually transitioned to a full time veterinary technician within a few short years. By 2012, she began focusing her career in the surgery department, anesthesia, and post-operative care. Candace became a part of the Winslow Animal Hospital surgery team in August 2017.

Candace recently graduated from Penn Foster College with a degree in Animal Science. She enjoys many outdoor activities, including paddle boarding, kayaking, camping, and hiking. She also loves practicing yoga and working out. Candace has four dogs: a Husky, a Pit mix, and 2 Maltese, as well as one cat.

Veterinary Technician
Veterinary Technician

Education: Camden County College

Pets: dog named Peanut, cat named Tinkerbell

Karryn started at Winslow Animal Hospital in August 2013. Her passion for her job comes from knowing that she is able to help all animals in need of care.

Karryn enjoys volunteering at Camden County Animal Shelter.
Veterinary Technician

Pets: Cat named Whiskey & Gus the Chocolate Lab.

Laura has been with the Winslow Animal Hospital Team since 2010. She is an exam room technician as well as our OSHA Officer. Laura attended Camden County College and earned her Associates Degree in Animal Science in 2009. Her favorite part of her job is the continuous learning and helping patients feel better. She has dreamt of helping animals since the young age of 5 years.

Laura found another love in life: being a mother to her two energetic young boys. In her free time she enjoys many activities involving the outdoors and nature. Her main interest is automotive racing on an oval dirt track with her husband.

Inventory Coordinator
Shelly has her CVT and VDT certifications. She joined Winslow Animal Hospital in October 2016.
Her first pet was a bunny named Thumper. From the day Shelly’s dad brought Thumper home as a surprise, she has focused on a career in animal care. She has been in the field for over 16 years now.
Shelly has dogs, cats, and horses. She competes in competitive driving with her Shetland Pony, Chance, whom she herself trained to drive.
Her favorite thing about working at Winslow Animal Hospital is the positive environment and amazing co-workers.
Hospital Cat
Butters is one of our Winslow Animal Hospital cats. He’s a bundle of energy, and he’s a little mischievous, too! Butters brightens up our days and brings a little extra joy into our lives. He loves to play with (and sometimes pounce on) his sister Margie.
Hospital Cat
Like her brother Butters, Margie roams the halls of Winslow Animal Hospital. She is far more timid than her orange counterpart, but she is sweet and gentle with those she trusts. Margie loves treats and affection – if she doesn’t run away first!