Our Team

Dr. Amy Randall, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVD

Dr. Amy Randall, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVD

Veterinarian

After receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University, Dr. Amy Randall practiced general veterinary medicine for a year in Fredericksburg, Virginia. With a deep desire to continue her education, Dr. Randall went on to complete a one-year internship in veterinary medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. She remained at MSU for one more year as a clinical instructor of Internal Medicine & Dermatology, as well as the Chief of ICU. She then completed a 3-year residency in veterinary dermatology at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to completing all the requirements to become board certified in dermatology, she also completed a Master’s Degree in Science. Dr. Randall is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. She sees patients in Beaverton, Oregon and Greensboro, North Carolina.

Dr. Randall is also the co-founder of Serenegy, LLC. The idea for the company came to her when she was feeling discouraged with the current pet treat industry. She and her sister Carla wanted to create an all-natural and limited ingredient treat option for dogs with food sensitivities. The company offers various flavors of pill wraps and treats that she formulated and tested herself. To be able to monitor quality, she decided to build a bakery next to our Beaverton clinic. For more information, you can visit their website at www.serenegy.com!

In her free time, she enjoys traveling, keeping fit by hitting the gym, speaking to groups about animal allergies, skin, and ear disorders, and spending time with her Chocolate Labrador, Cole, and Goldendoodle, Quinn.

Dr. Andrea Hasbach, DVM, Diplomate ACVD

Dr. Andrea Hasbach, DVM, Diplomate ACVD

Veterinarian

Dr. Andrea Hasbach is a graduate of Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. After obtaining her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, she went on to complete a 1-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in North Carolina, followed by a 1-year dermatology internship at the University of Illinois. After her internships, Dr. Hasbach returned to Michigan State University, where she completed a residency in veterinary dermatology, which encompassed training in clinical dermatology, dermatohistopathology, and research. Her resident’s research project was presented at the National American Veterinary Dermatology Forum, where it was awarded first place in basic science, and has gone on to be published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. After completing her residency, she worked in the dermatology department of a multi-specialty and emergency hospital near Detroit, Michigan, before moving back to the west coast to join us here at Animal Allergy and Ear Clinic. Dr. Hasbach is board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Dermatology.

Dr. Hasbach loves all facets of veterinary dermatology, but areas of special interest include management of allergic and autoimmune disorders, skin manifestations of internal disease, and infectious skin diseases.

In her free time, she enjoys trips to the coast, gardening, camping, mountain bike riding, oil painting, refinishing wooden furniture, and spending time with her husband, Chad, and their four cats Redkin, Nesbit, Biscuit, and Henry Hippo.

Marcy Green Johnston

Marcy Green Johnston

Certified Veterinary Technician, Beaverton Clinic

Marcy has been working in the veterinary field since 1990 and became certified in 1995. Her passion for veterinary dermatology was sparked after watching an intradermal allergy test performed on her own dog.

Marcy is a mother of two boys, Taylor and Alex and a stepmother of three; two boys, Brannen and Craigen and one girl, Emaleigh. Marcy’s home is completed with her two dogs, Snafu and LaRue.

In her spare time, she enjoys watching her boy’s baseball games, participating in Flyball events with Snafu, going ATV riding at the dunes, and camping.

Autumn Leslie

Autumn Leslie

Certified Veterinary Technician, Beaverton Clinic

Autumn has been working in veterinary medicine for many years and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in 2004. She has experience with small animals pocket pet care, as well as behavior, critical care, and orthopedics. She joined our dermatology team in 2014 and feels a special connection to our allergic patients as she herself will develop hives from time to time.

Autumn currently lives in southeast Portland with her two daughters, their 115 lb Great Pyrenees Momo, their Domestic Shorthair cat Tab, their Turkish Van named Sparkle Lilly, and their most recent addition Bentley the wonder dog.

Jamie Tilgner

Jamie Tilgner

Certified Veterinary Technician, Beaverton Clinic

Jamie grew up in Pennsylvania and has lived in North Carolina and now Oregon. She graduated from Wilson College in 2006 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Medical Technology. Jamie became licensed the same year and has been working in the veterinary field since that time. Most of her experience is in general practice until she joined the team at Animal Allergy and Ear Clinic in 2016. She has always had a special interest in dermatology.

Jamie has three furry children – a terrier mix named Princess Daisy, a Corgi Mix named Tyrannosaurus, and a cat named Sunkist. In her spare time, Jamie enjoys going on hikes with her dogs and husband, camping, photography, playing board games, and traveling.

April Joy Brown

April Joy Brown

Certified Veterinary Technician, Greensboro Clinic

April has been working in the field of veterinary nursing for nearly 20 years. Born and raised in Portland, she graduated from Portland Community College’s Veterinary Technology Program in 1999 and became certified in June of the same year. Previously her specialty was emergency and critical care, but she switched to working in the world of veterinary dermatology in 2011. She enjoys the unique challenge of working with pets with chronic conditions. Herself the sufferer of autoimmune disease, she feels uniquely positioned to commiserate with AAEC’s patients.

April is the proud parent of two boys, Kaden and Elliot, three cats, and one dog, Stanley, a twenty-five pound terrier who grew up in California and is scared of rain.

Outside of work, April enjoys creative writing, reading graphic novels/manga, cosplaying, camping, and taking naps.

Kathy Kossler-Cline

Kathy Kossler-Cline

Veterinary Assistant, Beaverton Clinic

Kathy has worked in the veterinary profession since 1988 and specifically in the dermatology field since 2000. Kathy is also a certified dog and cat groomer and owns a grooming shop and dog boarding facility. When she is not at the clinic, she enjoys gardening, traveling, and spending time with her four grandchildren.
Jolene Coffield Ford

Jolene Coffield Ford

Veterinary Assistant, Beaverton Clinic

Jolene grew up in Wyoming and moved to Oregon in 2004. Her love for veterinary medicine began in high school after she participated in volunteering at a local veterinary clinic where she worked with both small and large animals assisting with radiographs, surgery, and caring for newborn patients. This experience allowed her to fall in love with veterinary medicine, and she later jointed that clinic as an after school assistant. Later, she went through the Veterinary Assistant Program at Apollo College and graduated in 2006, and began working in general practice. She joined the Animal Allergy and Ear Clinic in 2009 and enjoys the challenges of dermatology combined with being able to help bring comfort and relief to our patients.

In her free time, she enjoys camping, gardening, hiking, fishing with her son Tony, and spending time with their dogs, Kiloh and Kawi. Additionally, her family has a cat, Sharkey Mouse, a bearded dragon, Stumpy, and two chickens, named Pepper and Marshmallow.

Helen Tepfer

Helen Tepfer

Veterinary Technician, Greensboro Clinic

Helen has been working in veterinary medicine for 25 years. She studied Animal Science at North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro, North Carolina. She has been working at AAEC since 2011. She currently works in a general practice as well. Previously, Helen worked at Carolina Veterinary Specialty in Emergency and Critical Care and several rescue groups throughout her career. She has displayed her love for animals since she was a small child and never stopped.

Helen is the mother/stepmother of 4 boys and the grandmother of 7 grandchildren. She has 7 dogs, 5 horses, and several kittens. Her hobbies include horseback riding, motorcycles, and managing her small farm.

Megan B

Megan B

Beaverton Clinic

Megan began her career in veterinary medicine in 2016 when she attended veterinary assisting school at Carrington College in Portland, Oregon. The next year she was accepted into Portland Community College’s Veterinary Technology program. Megan graduated from the program in June of 2019 and has been a part of the Animal Allergy and Ear Clinic ever since finishing her 1- week externship with our clinic. Megan has a special interest in feline patients. She currently lives in Hillsboro with her fiancé and their cat Gidget.

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Beaverton, OR

13025 SW Millikan Way Suite 100
Beaverton, OR 97005

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Greensboro, NC

2936 Battleground Avenue, Greensboro NC 27408

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Kernersville, NC

719 Gralin St.
Kernersville, NC 27284

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