Michelle Vitulli, DVM Founder of Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Inc is the owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Inc in Centreville and co-owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital of Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn, Bristow, Merrifield, Rockville and Clarendon.
Dr. Michelle Vitulli, founder and owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital, Inc in Centreville, Virginia, is a 1991 graduate of Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Vitulli is a co-owner of 6 other Caring Hands locations, Arlington which opened in 2002, Bristow, which opened in 2005, Ashburn which opened in 2007, Alexandria, which opened in 2012, Merrifield, which opened in 2014, and Clarendon, which opened in 2016. She has interests in cardiology, internal medicine and surgery, and preventive care for senior pets. Dr. Vitulli, and her husband Bob, have three children, Daniel, Julia and Anna, a dog named Harley, and three cats named Dewey, Little Bear, and Aslan.
Jeffery Newman, DVM Co-owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital of Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn, Merrifield, Rockville, and Clarendon.
Dr. Newman, Co-Owner, is a graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in 1992. He has practiced veterinary medicine in Georgia, Nevada, and in Virginia. His interests include emergency medicine, surgery, and shelter medicine. He and his wife, Michelle, have three children: a daughter, Virginia, and twins, Elisabeth and Jack. His extended family consists of two dogs: Honeysuckle and Daisy May; three cats: Three, Tangerine, and Kip; two Guinea pigs: Nonie and Milkshake; and bird: Spencer; and a horse: Charlie.
Dr. Newman is the immediate past president of the VVMA, an advisor for the NOVA Veterinary Technician Program, Vice President of the Loudoun Community Cat Coalition, board member of the Friends of Loudoun County Animal Services, and President of CHASE (Caring Hands Animal Support and Education).
Karen Murphy, DVM Co-owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital of Bristow, Merrifield, Rockville, and Clarendon.
Dr. Murphy, Co-Owner, is a graduate of Auburn University. She did a post graduate internship at Angel Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, MA. She practiced in North Carolina’s Piedmont region for 5 years before joining Caring Hands Animal Hospital. She has been a part of the Caring Hands family for over 15 years beginning at our Centreville office for 5 years and then opening the Bristow location in 2005. Her interests in include preventative medicine, internal medicine, surgery and ultrasound.
Dr. Richards, Co-Owner, is a graduate of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York. Originally from Illinois, she has a degree in Biology from Eureka College, the Alma Mater of President Ronald Reagan. Dr. Richards has been practicing in the Northern Virginia area since graduation from veterinary school and has interests in ultrasound and soft tissue surgery. In her free time Dr. Richards and her husband enjoy running. They share their home with 2 dogs (Roofus and George) and 3 cats (Melvin, Bump and Wishbone).
Marci Streck, DVM Co-Owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital of Rockville
Dr. Streck, associate veterinarian, graduated from Texas A&M University with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. She joined Caring Hands Animal Hospital shortly after graduation. She holds specific interests in soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries, dentistry, animal behavior and the human-animal bond. In 2000, she was honored with the PetSmart Human Animal Bond Award for her work with a fledgling student-led service dog organization called Aggie Guide-Dogs and Service Dogs. Outside of work, Dr. Streck competes in agility with her two border collies, leads a Girl Scout troop, and enjoys homesteading. She currently shares her home with her partner and two children, as well as three dogs (Levi, Dash and Whisper), three cats (Cinder, Klondike and Annie), chickens and dairy goats.
Asia Campfield, DVM Co-Owner of Caring Hands Animal Hospital of Clarendon
Dr. Siudak-Campfield, Co-Owner, is a graduate of the University Of Wisconsin School Of Veterinary Medicine. She was born and raised in Malbork, Poland. She also has a master’s degree in oceanography from studying in Poland and Denmark. Dr. Campfield’s interests include feline medicine, dermatology, internal medicine, and soft tissue surgery. In her free time, she enjoys travel, skiing, and hiking. She currently lives in Falls Church with her husband, a daughter and a son, and their two cats Louis and Rudi.