Get to know our veterinary team
Howard Troob, Owner & DVM
Dr. Howard Troob graduated in 1979 from Araneta University School of Veterinary Medicine located in the Philippines. As a native of RI and graduate of URI, he returned to Rhode Island and opened South County Veterinary Hospital in 1982. Washington County Veterinary Hospital was opened in 1985. He’s been happily married for 48 years and a proud father of four successful sons. He enjoys coastal living in southern RI with hobbies like pigeon racing, salt water fishing, wood working, & skiing.
Dr. Deb Green, DVM
Dr. Deborah Green has been practicing for over 38+ years as a veterinarian. She went to school at Tufts University, School of Veterinary Medicine. In her free time, Dr. Green likes to travel, listen to Live music, watch Broadway plays, and go to the beach.
DR. E.J. OTIS, VMD
Dr. Heather Lopes, DVM
Dr. Margee Levy, DVM
Dr. Levy is originally from Long Island, NY. She graduated from the University of Florida in 2005. She lives in East Greenwich with three perfect children, spread through elementary, junior high school, and high school. Her current furry family consists of three cats and two rabbits. She loves spending time at the beach, hiking, or reading vegetarian cookbooks.
DR. ANTHONY CORRENTI, DVM
Dr. Anthony Michael Correnti was born and raised in Medford, MA, and attended the University of Rhode Island, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. Following this, he moved to Kansas to continue his educational training at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he obtained his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. After being away from his native area of New England for so long, Dr. Correnti decided to move back to where it all began and officially moved back to Rhode Island and now lives in Wakefield with his dog Autumn, an Australian Cattle Dog mix.
When not working as a veterinarian for the local community, Dr. Correnti enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new food places, breweries, vineyards (he is kind of a giant foodie), and anything that involves being close to the ocean.
Jenna Jasmin, Practice Manager
I’m committed to managing the daily operations of both hospitals, therefore, allowing the veterinarians to focus on practicing medicine and providing exemplary care for the patients. I pride myself in supporting, guiding, and motivating the amazing support team to furthermore succeed in compassionate care for animals.
I love spending my free time with my son, family, and black lab, Bruin. I enjoy reading books, rock climbing, hiking, walking the beach, traveling, and exploring new places.
Sarah Randall, Assistant Practice Manager
Marc Troob, Hospital Supervisor/Patient Care Manager
Been working in the practice since 1994 (when someone called out sick and my father said it was time to get dressed and head to the office)
I love to talk to clients and use real world human examples to try to help them explain what is going on with their pets. A lot of times once they can think about certain things personally they can better understand the treatment or care their pets need.
In my free time I love to ski and ride bike with my wife and daughter. I enjoy building local mountain bike trails and working with youth riders as both coach and mentor. Currently working on building out a camper van for family adventure in the future.