Dr. Meghan Greco VMD
Dr. Greco obtained her doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009. After school, she returned to Connecticut and practiced veterinary medicine in Norwalk under her maiden name Kohlhepp. Dr. Greco says it's a perfect fit, as the high standards for medicine and surgery align with her standards of care. She has a special interest in feline medicine, soft tissue surgery, and internal medicine. Dr. Greco lives with 2 dogs, 2 cats and enjoys gourmet cooking and fitness.
Emely Head Technician
Emily started her career at a Fairfield County animal hospital in 2011, working as a receptionist before joining the technician team. Emily is currently preparing for her certification and she has no free time as she lives with a dog, a cat, and 2 newborn twins.
Carmen Veterinary Assistant
Over eight years ago, Carmen became a certified veterinary assistant and started work at Southport Vet that very same month. Fifteen years ago, Carmen worked as a barn manager in Southbury, Ct at Red Horse Stable. Before that, she assisted with horse training for a variety of horse friends, mentors, and clients.
Marilyn has worked in the veterinary field for 27 years — 21 of which have been here at Southport Vet Center! For many years Marilyn lived overseas, and at one point, she had the pleasure of living in Monte Carlo and working with Prince Rainier's sister's 27 rescue dogs and 40-plus cats. At the front desk, Marilyn says, she loves interacting with clients on a personal level, making them feel welcome and confident in their choice of veterinary care.
Jennifer joined Southport Veterinary Center in Sept 2018. Jennifer has always had a passion for animals, and she had many different pets since childhood, including dogs, birds, rabbits, turtles, and fish. Jennifer has a beautiful dog named Loki and two handsome cats named JiJi and Luffy. Both of who she cares for dearly.