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  • Dr. Cori Majeska
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  • Dr. Cori Majeska

Dr. Corinne Majeska is the owner of Companion Pet Hospital, a small animal hospital in Philadelphia, PA.  She earned her undergraduate degree at Penn State University and her master’s degree at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.  Dr. Majeska graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School in 2003, and has worked in several hospitals in the Philadelphia area as associate veterinarian and Chief of Staff, and then spent three years working as an emergency veterinarian.  She made the jump to open CPH with her husband, Joshua Weber, as practice manager, and they opened their doors in early 2010.  

Since opening, CPH has grown quickly and is now home to three full time and one part time vet, as well as providing one day a week for exotic medicine by appointment.  While management of such growth has practically been a full time job of its own, Dr. M continues to see patients full time.  She also finds time to write a blog for the hospital, and serves on Philadelphia's Mayoral Animal Advisory Committee, to provide a veterinary voice for the City.

On her 'off' time Dr. M immensely enjoys knitting, and is entering training to run her first marathon.  She also spends time caring for her menagerie: four cats (one diabetic, one cardiac patient, one with orthopedic issues and one who doesn't always use the litter box) and an 18-year-old Chihuahua with no teeth.

You can follow Dr. M on Twitter to stay up to date on all she is up to, or read her blog for regular insights.


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