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Lisa Bertoia - Book Keeper/Office Administrator

Lisa started at Glenview Animal Hospital in November 2003 as a part time receptionist after working for 21 years at Telus in customer service. Not long after, Lisa then became full time as Glenview’s office manager, and worked as such for several years. More recently, Lisa has transitioned away from front end and has become the clinic's Book Keeper and office administrator

Lisa enjoys the outdoors with her husband and two kids. She is extremely passionate about her hobby of horseback riding, which she shares with her daughter. Lisa also enjoys cooking and trying out new recipes. Lisa has 1 horse, 1 naughty Labradoodle  and 2 cats at home.


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Corielle - Lead Technician 

Corielle joined the Glenview/Eagle Rise team in 2015 after moving to the island with her husband and daughter from Halifax, Nova Scotia.

She is a graduate of the Dalhousie AC Veterinary Technology program and a sucker for any creature that she comes across.

When she is not working, Corielle likes to spend her time with her family exploring Victoria and experiencing all the uniqueness the island has to offer.


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Sara - Lead Receptionist

Sara joined Glenview & Eagle Rise Animal Hospital back in October 2010 after spending the previous four years working at a neighbouring clinic. Sara completed the Veterinary Office Management program in Abbottsford BC, in 2006, graduating at the top of her class. While her primary job for many years was an exam room assistant, in 2018 Sara took on the role of Lead Receptionist at Glenview animal hospital. She enjoys all the new responsibilities and challenges, but as always still loves developing lasting relationships with all the animals and their people!

When she isn’t busy working, Sara likes to focus her time on one of her other passions, fitness and bodybuilding. On any given day she can usually be found in the gym weightlifting. Sara also enjoys backpacking and exploring all the amazing trails our island has to offer.

Although she doesn’t have any pets of her own, Sara spends a good portion of her time caring for her little “nephew” Milo, a rambunctious terrier cross with plenty of personality!