Meet Our Team
Dr. Martin Schulman
Dr. Schulman is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in Philadelphia and has practiced veterinary medicine in the Crozet, VA area since 1982. Dr. Schulman has been active in charitable foundations that advance the interests of education for children through music and the performing arts, and animal welfare. Dr. Schulman enjoys many areas of practice with his personal favorites being laser therapy, cardiology, dermatology, ultrasound diagnostics, laser based acupuncture and orthopedics. His hobbies include hiking, Qi Gong and Tai Chi. He has been a student of yoga and meditation throughout his adult life. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family and friends who share his enduring passion for animals.
Dr. Peach Van Wick
Dr. Peach grew up in the small town of Pearl, Mississippi, and, following in the footsteps of her parents and older brother, attended Mississippi State University after high school. Dr. Peach had always known she wanted to be a veterinarian, and she graduated from MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. While she enjoyed working with cats and dogs, she also became extremely passionate about the “un-owned” animals of the world, particularly free-ranging wildlife. This interest in wildlife was solidified when Dr. Peach studied abroad in South Africa and had the chance to work with free-ranging African species in a conservation medicine course. Dr. Peach completed a Master’s degree in population medicine. She has spent time at the Audubon Institute in New Orleans, the Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, and is currently on full time staff at the Wildlife Center of Virginia. We are fortunate to welcome her at CVCC part time in between her primary escapades with bears, raptors, and contributing to public outreach efforts.
Reba, Veterinary Technician
A Batesville native, Reba has always loved animals, and has been on staff at CVCC since 2012. Her easygoing nature and friendly smile make our patients and clients feel at home, and we love the positive energy she brings to our team. Reba is also working toward her goal to become an LVT at Blue Ridge Community College. In her free time, Reba likes to explore the beautiful countryside of Virginia.
Tori, Veterinary Assistant
A lifelong Virginian, Tori joined CVCC in the Fall of 2013. Her compassion towards life and all things precious in it, is her inspiration to help make a difference with caring for animals. When she is not at CVCC caring for all shapes and sizes of furry friends, she is in Batesville with her significant other, raising their daughter, Harper; as well as her two four-legged kitters named Skunk and Medusa. Her lifelong goal is to adopt as many large-breed dogs as humanly possible. Tori's all-time-favorite mottos are "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." "Of all that is good, sublimity is supreme. Succeeding is the coming together of all that is beautiful. Furtherance is the agreement of all that is just. Perseverance is the foundation of all actions," quoted by Lao Tzu. to whom Tori looks as inspiration for "Enjoying the little things in life."
Jaime, Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant
Jaime was born in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. She began working at CVCC in May of 2017, and has thoroughly enjoyed every moment. Jaime loves animals, and has two fur babies of her own; Byron the majestic lab and Jack-Jack the spunky Yorkie. When Jaime isn't at CVCC or playing with her dogs, she is on staff at The Miller School of Albemarle.
After travelling throughout her youth, Lorraine has settled on a small herb and vegetable farm near Crozet with her cats and rabbits. Lorraine is a published author of both poetry and fiction and finds the quiet countryside idyllic for creative writing. Her keen interest in animal welfare and her background in equine rehabilitation and genetics have brought her to Crozet Veterinary Care Center. She hopes to one day have the facilities necessary to rescue and rehabilitate animals and plans to pursue a degree in Forensics to compliment her advocacy for humane treatment of animals both inside and outside of the clinic setting.
Faith O'Toole, CEMT
Faith ensures smooth running in all areas of our hospital. She brings a wealth of health care skills to our team as both a human and animal therapist, and is a certified equine massage therapist. With over 25 years of experience, her veterinary massage technique supports balance, improved mobility, pain relief and a deeper access to core strength. Faith brings extensive knowledge in the use of medical herbs and raw foods for dogs and cats for healthy skin, coat, and vitality. She is a Tai Chi teacher and practitioner, and in her spare time enjoys naturescaping with plants.
Ethel, National Certified Master Groomer
Ethel has been grooming cats and dogs for thirty years and up until recently, she owned and operated her very own grooming salon in North Carolina. Ethel is one of only 300 certified National Master Groomers in the United States and is well-versed in any cut or style you have in mind for your pooch. She has shown her own dogs at a number of dog shows and is particularly fond of poodles and long-haired dachshunds. In her spare time, Ethel enjoys looking after her chickens and scooping up great deals on the QVC website.
Annie has extensive experience as manager of a large foxhound troupe and worked in kennel care with a local hunt club. Her love of animals has lead her to continue her education to become a Licensed Veterinary Technician. Annie is enthusiastic about providing the best care in all areas of animal wellness. She is an avid equestrian and enjoys swimming, knitting, and family time.