Gregory Tremoglie, VMD

Saint Joseph’s University, B.S. Biology
The Ohio State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Graduate studies in Veterinary Physiology
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, V.M.D.

Dr. Gregory Tremoglie and his wife, Amy, proudly founded Glenmoore Veterinary Hospital in 1993. Having grown up in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, Dr. Tremoglie’s affection for the area destined him to have a practice in Chester County. He has since grown Glenmoore Veterinary Hospital into the multi-doctor practice it is today with the support of superb doctors, talented technicians and outstanding receptionists.

When Dr. Tremoglie founded GVH he strongly believed that by offering our patients and clients the best of our skills, knowledge and caring, that we would provide the most comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care. This philosophy has been, and continues to be, the guiding principle by which the practice operates every day, putting patients’ well-being first.

Dr. Tremoglie has always felt it is an honor, and privilege, to practice veterinary medicine. He thoroughly enjoys getting to be a part of the special bond between owners and their much-loved pets.

When not caring for his client’s beloved pets, Dr. Tremoglie enjoys spending time with his family and his pets, running on Chester County’s country roads, catching up on his favorite sports teams, and most of all, chasing his grandkids around at the park.

Joshua Roesener, VMD

Ursinus College, B.S. in Biology
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, V.M.D.

Dr. Joshua Roesener has been an avid outdoorsman since he was a young child. From hiking the Appalachian Trail to fishing in local lakes, he thoroughly enjoys the beauty of the Earth. Building on this love of nature, is Dr. Joshua Roesener’s desire to help animals has allowed him to pursue a profession that gives him tremendous fulfillment.

Dr. Joshua Roesener graduated with a BS in Biology from Ursinus College and received his advanced degree from University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. He joined Glenmoore Veterinary Hospital because he was impressed by the quality of care and and the available equipment that allows for a full spectrum of treatment options.

Dr. Joshua Roesener enjoys the stories behind pets and their owners – the undeniable bond that brings them together. He places great importance on the honesty that should exist between a vet and pet owner, and after listening to a client’s concerns, Dr. Joshua Roesener enjoys exploring every option for effective treatment.

Neil Van Tilburg, BVM&S MRCVS

Pennsylvania State University, B.S. in Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences
University of Edinburgh, The Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies

Dr. Neil Van Tilburg was born and raised in State College before attending Pennsylvania State University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. He then decided to “cross the pond” and continue his veterinary education in Scotland, at the University of Edinburgh. There he earned his advanced degree as a doctor of veterinary medicine, as well as becoming a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Dr. Van Tilburg enjoyed his time abroad, gaining an appreciation of the different perspectives of veterinary medicine shared between countries and cultures. Although Dr. Van Tilburg enjoyed his time in Scotland, he is excited to be back in Pennsylvania and to join the Glenmoore Veterinary Hospital team. He plans to continue to provide the same high level of care and compassion already present at GVH.

In his free time, Dr. Van Tilburg enjoys being with his friends and family and watching a variety of sports, especially his Nittany Lions.

Emily Rudner, VMD

Lehigh University, B.S. in Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, V.M.D.

Dr. Emily Rudner grew up in Chester County, PA. She received her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from Lehigh University. Dr. Emily then followed in the footsteps of three generations before her at the University of Pennsylvania, where she earned her doctoral degree in veterinary medicine. Throughout veterinary school, Dr. Emily fell in love with the craft while working as a Veterinary Technician at GVH and is thrilled to stay with the Glenmoore Veterinary Hospital team as an associate veterinarian.

Dr. Rudner’s veterinary interests include surgery and medical oncology. She enjoys all that the field of veterinary medicine has to offer, however, she most enjoys the lasting relationships she maintains with clients, as well as being included as a part of the incredible bond between pets and their loving owners.

She has always loved sports, namely lacrosse, which she pursued through college, but now enjoys running and hiking as well as trying her hand in some new sports with friends. She also loves to cook for her husband, friends, and family and relaxes by trying new ethnic cuisines.

Sarah Pritchett, DVM

University of Pennsylvania, BA in Biological Basis of Behavior
Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, DVM

Dr. Sarah Pritchett grew up in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. She always had a fascination with nature but developed a special interest in animal behavior after starting a high school summer job at a boarding kennel for dogs in her hometown. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Biological Basis of Behavior as well as a minor in Linguistics and Deaf Studies.

Dr. Sarah got hooked on veterinary medicine while working as a veterinary assistant at a Philadelphia animal shelter after college. After completing the prerequisites to apply to veterinary school, she was thrilled to attend Tufts University in Massachusetts and complete her doctoral degree in veterinary medicine.

She was excited to return home to Pennsylvania and to join the Glenmoore team in providing compassionate and high-quality veterinary care to a community of animal lovers. She is especially interested in nutrition and geriatric care. Dr. Sarah loves the teamwork and creativity inherent to the art of medicine. Like all veterinarians, she considers herself a lifelong learner.

Outside of the hospital, Dr. Sarah enjoys listening to audiobooks while baking scones, singing along to musicals in the car and building elaborate sandcastles at the beach with her husband. Together, they share their home with two scruffy dogs, two black cats and several sturdy house plants.

Rachel Orth, VMD

University of Pennsylvania College of Arts and Sciences, B.A. Biology
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, V.M.D.

Dr. Rachel Orth grew up in Dauphin County, PA. She attended the University of Pennsylvania where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology as well as minors in Chemistry and French. Remaining in Philadelphia, she then went on to receive her doctoral degree in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Orth’s veterinary interests include surgery and internal medicine. She was very excited to join the talented team at Glenmoore in providing high quality, compassionate care to animals in collaboration with their loving owners.

In her free time, Dr. Orth enjoys reading as well as listening to a variety of movie, tv show, and video game soundtracks. She has always loved music with an extensive background in the marching arts during high school and college, and she continues to stay involved in the activity by teaching with a drum corps and an indoor percussion ensemble throughout the year.