Dr. Mark Logan
Owner and Veterinarian
Dr Logan grew up in the Philadelphia area and spent every summer in Cape May County. He graduated from Bucknell University in 1978 and earned his VMD degree in 1983 from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After working as an associate veterinarian at a local hospital for nine years, he established his own solo practice in 1992. WIth his wife Alison, and two children, Dr Logan lives in Middle Township. He presently serves as the President of the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association and must serve on several panels and committees related to that office. In his spare (?) time, he enjoys competitive sailing, golf, all sports, writing,stamp collecting, cooking things from his vegetable garden, singing and participating in church and Masonic activities.
Susanne Poff DVM
Routine Relief veterinarian on Wednesdays and occasional Saturdays. Also you meet Dr Poff at the practice when Dr Logan is on Vacation or fulfilling his duties for the state association.
Dr Poff grew up in Lebanon, PA. She graduated from the University of Delaware in 1992 and achieved her DVM degree at Purdue University in 1996. After working as an associate veterinarian for four years, she decided to pursue relief work in multiple practices in Southern NJ. SHe is also an adjunct faculty member teaching part-time at Camden County College. Dr Poff lives on the mainland in Atlantic County with her husband Kevin and her cats. In her spare time, she enjoys ballroom dancing, singing, her guitar and sports.
Enjoys surfing, guitar playing and sports.
Presently enrolled in several college level courses with a major in computer science.
Busy raising her two boys in Lower Township. Recently started balancing veterinary medicine and human medicine by joining the Lower Township Rescue Squad and receiving her EMT certification.
Kathleen "Midge" Matthews
Enjoys taking care of her children, cheering at sports events, Jazz in Cape May, and Saturday morning yard sales
Enjoys fishing with husband Frank and volunteering at Animal Outreach.
Security Guard, Director of Hospitality
Charlie is a cat who as a kitten survived feline distemper in 1993. The siblings in his litter did not win the battle against the disease. He is quite fond of saying hello to any cats who come to see the doctor. He is calm, safe to pet, and a good ambassador in the waiting room. Look for the black and white large cat with the Charlie Chaplin moustache next time you visit the hospital.