Dr. Geoff Campbell, Practice Owner
Dr. Geoff Campbell is the owner of Edinburgh Animal Hospital. He opened the office in the Edinburgh Commons East Shopping center on December 27, 2006. Dr. Campbell grew up in a Navy family and came to Virginia Beach in 1980 at the age of 12. He considers Virginia Beach and the Tidewater area home. He attended Lynnhaven Middle School and Cox High School. He received his undergraduate education from Virginia Tech and also attended Veterinary school at Virginia Tech graduating from the VA/MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. He returned to Virginia Beach to start his Veterinary career and a family with his wife Debbie. He worked at several small animal hospitals in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake before opening Edinburgh Animal Hospital. Dr. Campbell is thrilled to be a part of the growing Edinburgh area and loves the communities of Great Bridge, Hickory and Moyock. He loves to visit local schools and discuss Veterinary medicine and pet care. He and his wife have two children, Mason and Chelsea, who keep them busy with school, soccer and music activities. Dr. Campbell’s interests outside of work are golf, fishing, hunting, surfing, soccer and rooting for the Virginia Tech Hokies. His family has two dogs, Maisey, a Border Collie, and Sidney, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi.
Dr. Rachel Mapes, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Rachel Mapes an associate veterinarian with us at Edinburgh Animal Hospital. She joined the Edinburgh family in August 2009. Dr. Mapes grew up in Norwich, NY, but moved to Johnsonville, SC with her family at age 16. She graduated from Johnsonville High School and then pursued a B.S. in Animal Science at Clemson University [GO TIGERS!] She graduated from Clemson in 2001, followed by veterinary school at the University of Georgia. She graduated from vet school in 2005 and practiced as a mixed animal veterinarian in Cornelia, GA. Dr. Mapes moved to Virginia Beach in September of 2006 and worked at various animal hospitals in the Hampton Roads area as a relief vet. She is now very excited about working at Edinburgh Animal Hospital! In her free time, Dr. Mapes enjoys going to the beach, listening to local bands, and attending local high school football games. She also plays in an adult kickball league in the spring and fall with an organization called WAAR. Dr. Mapes has 1 dog, Corrine, and 1 cat, Jinxy.
Dr. Shane Mulderrig, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Shane Mulderrig an associate veterinarian with us at Edinburgh Animal Hospital. He joined the Edinburgh family in July 2015. Dr. Mulderrig grew up right here in Chesapeake, VA and is a Hickory High School grad. He graduated from James Madison University with a B.S. in Biology, and went on to pursue his veterinary dream at St. George’s University, where he graduated with honors . Dr. Mulderrig continued on and spent his clinical year at North Carolina State University. He has a great focus towards Internal Medicine, Surgery, and Dermatology. In his spare time, Dr. Mulderrig is an outdoor enthusiast playing sports in addition to playing guitar, listening to local bands, going to the beach. Dr. Mulderrig also enjoys taking his dog Jameson jogging and to the dog park.
Dr. Heather Price, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Heather Price is a native of Richmond,VA. She graduated from North Carolina State University, Summa Cum Laude, with a major in Zoology. Dr. Price graduated from The Ohio State University in 2004 with her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.
In her spare time, Dr. Price enjoys training and competing with her Australian Shepherds in conformation, obedience, herding, rally and agility. Dr. Price and her husband also run a small farm in Chesapeake, VA.
Dr. Price has special interests in reproduction, acupuncture, chiropractic, sports medicine, small animal surgery and internal medicine.
Dr. Mike Russo
Dr. Russo began his journey into veterinary medicine when he was just fifteen years old living on Long Island, New York and had a sick potbellied pig. The veterinarian who treated his pig hired him for a kennel position. For many years he accepted all types of veterinary positions including kennel assistant, receptionist and a licensed technician. After completing his undergraduate program at Long Island University, he went on a four-year journey to the beautiful country of Grenada in the West Indies where he spent three years learning veterinary medicine. After leaving Grenada he completed his clinical studies at Louisiana State University and appreciated the culture of New Orleans.
Upon graduation Dr. Russo returned to the very practice in his hometown which he began many years ago with a sick pig. Twenty years after stepping into the veterinary industry he chose to depart Long Island and join Edinburgh Animal Hospital. Now that Dr. Russo calls Virginia his new home. He spends his free time as an avid bookworm or exploring Virginia’s state parks typically hiking, mountain biking, kayaking and is an enthusiastic member of a local astronomy club.
Dr. Becky Oberlander
Dr. Becky Oberlander, “Dr. O”, was born and raised in Mechanicsville, VA. Her love of animals started at a very young age when she was parking her bike in the middle of the neighborhood streets to help caterpillars cross the road. She began volunteering at boarding kennels and veterinary clinics at age 14, and continued as an employee all the way through her college years at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia.
She then earned her DVM from VMRCVM, also known as the veterinary college at Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!). While trying to stay warm in Blacksburg, she earned recognition for her interest in feline medicine and confirmed that she was not a “farm animal doc”. She graduated in 2005, and has happily been in service to cats and dogs in small animal private practice ever since. Her interests include feline medicine and ophthalmology.
Amanda is a native of Norfolk, VA. She graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1999 with a Bachelor’s Degree in German. After graduation she returned to the Cat Hospital of Tidewater, where she had been working since her freshman year. That led to her decision to become a veterinary technician and she headed to Blue Ridge Community College where she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology in 2002 and obtained her Veterinary Technician license later that year. She continued to work at the Cat Hospital of Tidewater until it closed in the summer of 2018 and then began working at Edinburgh Animal Hospital in October 2018. She is active in the state veterinary technician association, the Virginia Association of Licensed Veterinary Technicians (VALVT). She has been a member of the VALVT Executive Board since 2004 and is currently the VALVT Tidewater Regional Director. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys reading, taking day trips to Williamsburg, shopping at thrift stores, rooting for her favorite sports teams (Carolina Panthers, Bayern Munich, the German National Soccer team) and hanging out with her cats Didymus, Shortie, Casper and Tiger.
Amanda, Assistant, MSDS, OSHA
Julia, LVT/Assistant Manager
Julia has been with Edinburgh Animal Hospital since 2012. She is currently in school to become a veterinary technician and will graduate in the Summer of 2020. Julia is also one of our assistant supervisors. She has 2 dogs, a Pitbull and Bull Terrier, a cat and 3 horses. She spending her time outdoors, loves barrel racing with her horses and going on cruises with her husband.
Jenny is a native to Virginia Beach. She graduated from University of Kentucky in 2008 with a bachelors degree in Animal Science and has worked as a vet assistant at Edinburgh since 2010. Her interests are traveling to the Outer Banks, playing golf, cheering on her beloved Kentucky Wildcats in basketball and football, and spending time with her sweet rescue dog named Prince Eric.
I am currently finishing up all the programs and degrees that I started when I first enrolled in college. My goal is to enter the Technician program and eventually become a Veterinarian within the next 10 years. I love my job as an assistant to Edinburgh Animal Hospital and would love to stay here for the remainder of my career. I have many fur babies in my life that I adore and spoil. This is me and my little Coco
Savanna, Kennel Attendant
Our Office & Reception Staff
Vanessa, Office Manager
Lisa, Head Receptionist
Lisa is our head receptionist. She’s been with EAH for 7 years. She has worked with small animals for over 12 years and horses before that; her favorite breeds are Jack Russels and Labs. When not at work she can be found in the barn, fishing or on an adventure with her two sons, Tyler and Logan.