Meet Our GFAH Team
Dr. Sally Osborn Growing up surrounded by a wide variety of animals and a love of the sciences, veterinary medicine was a natural fit for Dr. Sally Osborn. A 1987 graduate of Purdue Veterinary School where she received the first Bastien Award for her compassionate care of small animals, she started her practice life in Richmond, followed by eight years in Greenfield. In 1997, she and her family moved back to Wayne County where she acquired Greens Fork Animal Hospital. Always enthusiastic about learning new skills, she went back to school in 2009 and obtained her certification in small animal acupuncture giving a new layer of treatment options to pets who had not responded to traditional western medicine thereby improving overall quality of life. Dr. Osborn lives with her incredibly supportive husband and three children and never ending array of pets. She continues to dedicate her life to the advancement of small animal health. In the ever changing environment of animal medicine, she and the entire staff work diligently with pet owners finding solutions that fit the patient and the family's needs.
Lisa Allen joined the Greens Fork Animal Hospital team in May of 2004 as the Veterinary Practice Manager. She has studied at Ball State University, IUPUI and earned her nursing degree from IVY Tech State College in 1985. Lisa's career in human pediatric medicine included positions with Reid Hospital, Pediatric and Internal Medicine Center and The US Dept. of Health and Human Services. She has been a regular presenter at the National Institute of Health in Washington, D.C. Although her career has mainly involved humans she is excited to at last be involved in the veterinary industry. Lisa lives with her husband in rural Randolph county where she is an active 4H Horse and Pony advisor. Their farm is home to two dogs, a beagle named Trapper, and a Pit Bull mix named Windi and Haflinger Horses Maggie, Cajun, Nadene, Nadia, Walten & Mister.
Receptionist: Debra Dick, Susy Hasecoster
Assistants: Chelsea Muha RVT, Michele Pozzi, Teasia Snyder RVT, Dakoda Flynn, Wendy Whitlow, Debra VanWinkle
Pre-Veterinary Student Volunteer: Jasmine Roosa