Name: Tiffany Wagner, DVM
Dr. Wagner is a 2001 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed her clinical year of veterinary school at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Wagner is a member of the American and Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Associations. She opened South Mountain Veterinary Hospital in June 2006. Dr. Wagner has a Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-Veterinary Medicine from King’s College. Her practice interests include animal husbandry, medicine and laser surgery. Dr. Wagner has always wanted to be a veterinarian since childhood. She was born and raised in Mountain Top, Pennsylvania. She currently resides in Mountain Top with her husband, Scott, and their children, Reece, Maxwell and Tyson. Her family also includes: two rabbits, Vanilla and Rocco; three dogs: Scrappy, a Terrier/Shepherd mix, Ranger, a Weimaraner/Poodle mix, and PJ, a Yorkshire Terrier; three cats, Levi, Cilla and Fish; and a classroom guppy. In her spare time, Dr. Wagner likes to shop, visit amusement parks, and enjoy quality time with both her human and animal families. The things that Dr. Wagner likes most about South Mountain Veterinary Hospital are its family values, being able to build close bonds with patients and owners, and practicing quality medicine.
Name: Bruce A. Bell, Esquire, VMD
Dr. Bell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. He joined our staff in August 2016 after spending one year in general practice at Hazleton Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Bell is a member of the American, Pennsylvania and Northeastern Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Associations. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics (Accounting concentration), summa cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania (The Wharton School of Business) and a Juris Doctor (law) degree, magna cum laude, from The Dickinson School of Law (now, Penn State Dickinson Law School). In addition, he has a post-baccalaureate degree in Pre-Medical Science, with the highest standing, from the Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Bell’s particular small animal interests are in Diabetes Mellitus, internal medicine and senior care. Before graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Bell was a corporate attorney and a CPA; he remains a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey bars. Dr. Bell was born in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Philadelphia and Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He currently resides in Drums, with his wife, Renata (another doctor), and their dog, Enzo, a diabetic pug, and cat, Miss Pebbles. When not working, Dr. Bell enjoys spending time with his wife and Enzo; exploring his new home, Northeastern Pennsylvania; collecting baseball cards; watching and playing baseball; and traveling. When he was a child, Dr. Bell wanted to be a professional baseball player; he had an invitation only try-out with the New Mets in 1995, but was never signed. The Mets’ loss is our gain as Dr. Bell is dedicated to developing lasting relationships and providing the best care for his patients and their families. Dr. Bell’s favorite things about South Mountain Veterinary Hospital are its “quality care,” “varied caseload” and “friendly staff, patients and owners.”