Dr. Carin Corbo
Dr. Carin Corbo has always had a fascination and a love for animals. She jokingly describes it as having the “animal gene”. It is beyond a love for animals, it is an actual “need” to have them in your life. Her family noticed this “gene” in her at a very young age- as a toddler finding her sitting in a friend’s baby pool with the ducks, having to handle and learn about every type of animal possible and sleeping with her beloved cat “Sneakers” every night. Dr. Corbo also feels animals can sense this trait in people, which helps with trust, bonding and a calming experience for most visits.
Over the years, Dr. Corbo has owned a menagerie of pets including: dogs (from Chihuahua to Doberman), cats, birds, ferrets, rabbits, rats, hamsters, iguanas, bearded dragons, hermit crabs and fresh and salt-water fish tanks. Her dedication continues today as a vet by caring for every client’s pet as if it were her own.
Dr. Carin Corbo attended Penn State University where she received her degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. She began working in veterinary hospitals in 1991 where she found veterinary medicine to be her true calling.
She earned her doctorate degree in Veterinary Medicine from The Louisiana State University where she graduated with honors. Her education and work experiences have included studies in Australia and Bermuda. She has special interests in laser surgery and preventative medicine.
Dr. Corbo is a member of the Gamma Sigma Delta, Golden Key, and Phi Zeta National Honor Societies. She was the recipient of the 1999 Salisbury Scholarship and was listed in the 2000 Edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
Dr. Carin Corbo has served two externships in Dentistry and Neurology at the University of Pennsylvania and has practiced in Naples since 2000. She has developed a reputation as one of Naples most knowledgeable and compassionate vets.
Her dream has always been to have a full-service veterinary clinic with state-of-the-art technology, the country’s top veterinary medicine and a warm loving atmosphere.
That dream has now been realized in The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples.Veterinarian
Dr. Ben Palmer
Dr. Palmer is originally from Alabama where he attended Auburn University for both his undergraduate course work and veterinary school. He joined The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples after graduation in 2010. He has a calm and gentle demeanor that pets respond well to and pet owners find comforting. He has special interests in dental care and wellness visits in order to catch disease processes early – or to prevent them all together.
He currently has two cats (Charlie and Libby) and a dachshund (Cooper). In his spare time he enjoys fishing and relaxing at the beach.
Magda was born and raised in Poland. She moved to The United States in 2003 and settled in Connecticut where she worked for several years at a local animal clinic. In 2006 she moved to Naples and joined The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples. Thanks to her extensive background in veterinary medicine, she earned the Head Technician position at the clinic. Becoming the office manager at our clinic fulfills Magda’s interests in business and management.
Magda is happily married to her husband Joe and has three beautiful children – two boys and a girl. In addition she has a Boxer Tyler, Golden-doodle Axel, a Havanese named Sebastian, two cats and a Bearded Dragon.
2003; Graduated from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Poland with a title of Doctor of veterinary Medicine
2011; Associate Degree , Edison State Collage
2016; Bachelor Degree in Management and Supervision, Florida SouthWestern State College
Magdalena’s application was approved by the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association ( VHMA) and she’s currently preparing for her CVPM exam.
Practice Manager & Head Technician
I was born and raised in Poland where I studied Veterinary Medicine at the University of Warmia and Mazury. I graduated in 2004 and a year later I moved to the United States.
Beginning in 2006, I worked in Ridgefield, Connecticut at a local animal hospital for six years. During that time I visited Naples several times. My best friend and classmate, Magda, lived there.
During those visits I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Corbo and her lovely team. I was impressed with how kind and compassionate everybody was at The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples.
A few years later I was offered a position there and I did not hesitate to accept.
My family and I moved to Naples in October 2014 and I joined the team of The Animal Medical Hospital the same month.
Dr. Corbo, Dr. Palmer, Magda, Aimee and Manny were so wonderful and welcoming.
I am so proud and honored to be part of this beautiful team.
Victoria is originally from Butler, PA and moved to Florida at the age of 3. Her love of animals began at a young age when her father taught her how to bottle-raise cattle and other “farm” animals. She even had a pet bull named “Bullwinkle” that used to let her ride on him as if he was a horse. She got her PTCB Certification and became a Florida licensed pharmacy technician in 2011. After working for 4 years in both the retail and hospital branches of the pharmacy field, she decided she wanted a change. She joined our team as Head Receptionist in December of 2014. She has two beautiful girls Emma and Evie who have their Mommy wrapped around their little fingers.
Manny is a household name here at The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples. Manny is the Kennel Supervisor and leading force for care when it comes to Boarding, Bathing, Shave-downs and Playtimes. Manny is originally from Michigan and moved to Florida with his family in 2004. Manny enjoys meeting all the fun-loving pets that visit our practice and takes pride in ‘caring for your pet like his own’. Manny has two pets of his own – “Zeus”, an American Staffordshire and “Chulo”, a Chihuahua. Manny enjoys basketball, cooking and music. Starting his employment at AMHN in 2004, makes Manny the practice’s longest-term employee.
Ashley was born in Corpus Christi, Texas and moved to Naples with her family in 2001. Ashley’s love of animals stemmed from growing up around a myriad of pets in her home… a Black Lab named Bear, a Rottweiler Mix named Roxie, a Pit Bull named Ruckus, a cat named Lilly and even a Hedgehog named Ryden. Shortly after graduation, she enrolled in Animal Behavioral College and earned her certificate as a Veterinary Assistant. Her biggest joy came in December 2019 when she gave birth to the love of her life, Joey. Ashley is a prod kitty owner of Aayla and Kenobi. In May of 2020 she joined our team at The Animal Medical Hospital of Naples as a front desk representative and currently she is one of our amazing veterinary assistants.
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Animal Medical Hospital of Naples Curbside Protocol
Upon arrival to the hospital, please call the main number (239-513-0213).
A staff member will answer to take your pet's history and to gather other information/refills you may need over the phone. A staff member will come and retrieve your pet from you. We kindly ask you to wear a face mask while interacting with our staff.
Please make sure your pet is in a carrier or leashed outside of your vehicle. – Your pet will be taken inside and examined.
If further testing needs to be performed, we will call you to discuss it with you first.
The doctor will call or come outside (weather permitting) to discuss medical findings with you.
When your pet is finished, a staff member will call you to review the invoice and medications to go home and answer any follow-up questions.
Your pet will be brought back to you and payment will be handled from your car.