Dr. Robert Buzzetti
Veterinarian, Dr. Robert Buzzetti graduated from the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1975 where he received the Riser Award for Advanced Surgical Skills. He then moved to Florida to pursue his dream of owning his own veterinary clinic which generated many successful practices in South Florida. The most recent of which, Imperial Point Animal Hospital, he owned for the last 37 years.
His interests in Veterinary Medicine include Veterinary dentistry, dermatology (particularly allergy cases), preventative and senior wellness, state-of-the-art in house diagnostics and caring for patients with challenging internal medicine problems.
Dr. Buzzetti has placed an emphasis on soft tissue laser surgery, orthopedics and advanced dentistry. He has attended many seminars and wet labs to broaden and advance his expertise in these areas.
His community outreach interests include supporting rescue efforts of abandoned dogs in the Florida Everglades as well as sponsoring the community’s birds and mammalian wildlife rehabilitation programs.
With numerous awards and top standing placements in the community, Dr. Buzzetti hopes to bring his lifelong passion of the highest quality and innovate Veterinary Medicine as an emergency vet general veterinarian to the beautiful community of Jupiter, FL.
Accreditations and Accomplishments:
- Member of the AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association) with accreditation in his former practices
- Member of the prestigious VMG (Veterinary Management Group)
- Member of the FVMA (Florida Veterinary Medical Association)
- Member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association)
- Serves on the South Florida Wildlife Care Center Developmental board serving Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade counties
- Served on the Broward County Environmental Board
- Past President and member of the Fort Lauderdale Commerce Club for the past 23 years
- Voted “Best Veterinarian of the East” 2011-2014
- Received a “Good Service” award for his support of the Broward County Humane Society
Dr. Angela Fusco
Dr. Angela Fusco grew up in Miami, FL where she developed a love for veterinary medicine after spending most of her time at her father’s veterinary clinic. She graduated from the University of Miami with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and anthropology, developing a strong interest in behavioral psychology. She became involved in applied behavioral analysis, working closely with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities and their families to provide meaningful and positive change in behavior. Throughout her schooling, her passion for veterinary medicine was still present and she went on to pursue a Master’s degree in toxicology at the University of Florida followed by a degree in Veterinary Medicine at St. George’s University in Grenada, WI. She completed her clinical medicine and surgical training at the University of Florida and upon graduation, moved to beautiful northern Virginia where she gained exceptional experience in a general practice setting. After almost two years, she made the difficult decision to leave Virginia and move back to her home state of Florida to be closer to family. She has two dogs: Kai and Winnie and three cats: Celo, Kingston and Oliver.
Dr. Fusco has special interest in internal medicine, especially endocrine and gastrointestinal diseases, as well as dermatology, soft tissue surgery and exotic animal medicine and surgery. She is Fear Free Certified, working to alleviate fear, anxiety and stress during veterinary visits.
She is a member of the following organizations:
• American Veterinary Medical Association
• Florida Veterinary Medical Association
• Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
She is licensed to practice veterinary medicine in both Florida and Virginia.
Customer Service Director
One of our greatest assets at the Animal Medical Center of Jupiter is our unparalleled customer service. Making sure that our clients are educated and completely satisfied, ensures we can provide the best treatment options for our patients. This would not be possible without Gina Buzzetti our Customer Service Director. With five star training from the Ritz Carlton in Client Relations, she has extended her knowledge and expertise to all of our staff members and oversees day to day operations within the hospital.
Gina has been working with her husband Dr. Buzzetti in the Veterinary field for the past 23 years. She has extensive knowledge in Veterinary Software systems and strives to keep the hospital’s technology systems as innovative as possible. Her interests include involvement in community events and sponsoring animal rescue efforts.
Mike is a veterinary technician as well as the office manager and has been on the Animal Medical Center of Jupiter team since 2016. Mike has been in the veterinary field for over 10 years and really takes pride in giving the patients and clients the best possible care. During his free time, Mike enjoys surfing, fishing, and mountain biking.
George has been designated as the animal hospital’s four legged resident greeter. His gentle and loving demeanor extends a warm welcome to all of the clients and patients who walk through our door.
Samantha has been working at Animal Medical Center of Jupiter since early 2018. Sam is new to the veterinary field but her passion for animals made her a perfect fit for our team. On her free time, Sam volunteers at Loggerhead Marine Life Center. She also enjoys spending time with her 2 dogs, Judith and Bohdi, her cat Reba, and her Turtle, rightly named Turtley.
Travis has been on the Animal Medical Center team since 2017, and he has been in the veterinary field since 2004. Travis is a Florida Native and now resides in Loxahatchee. He likes to spend his free time cooking, spending time outdoors, and fishing. Travis really enjoys working with all animals, but he especially enjoys working with dogs. He currently has 11 rescued animals which include: 6 dogs, 2 cats, 2 bearded dragons, and a tegu.
Sarah is currently enrolled at Florida Atlantic University achieving her Bachelor’s degree in Biology. With an interest in providing compassionate care for animals; Sarah chose to pursue a career in veterinary medicine with plans to become a veterinarian. In her free time Sarah enjoys spending time with her 11 rescued animals (6 dogs, 2 cats, 2 bearded dragons, and a tegu), as well as spending time with her family, and being outdoors.
Stacy joined the Animal Medical Center team in 2018. Her love for animals and team oriented attitude makes her a perfect fit for our team. Stacey has two dogs Lucy and Tucker. Lucy is a dachshund mix, and knows she is the princess of the house. Tucker is a Black Mouthed Cur mix, and never runs out of energy. When she’s not working, Stacey enjoys spending time with her fiancé’ as well as taking the dogs out on the boat and going to the beach whenever possible.
Noemi has been on the Animal Medical Center team since 2016. Her main focus is helping clients and their pets receive the best possible service. During her spare time, Noemi enjoys working out and spending time with her cat Pikachu.
Rachel started out as a wildlife caretaker for the Busch Wildife Sanctuary before traveling on to college and completing a B.S. in Biology at the University of Central Florida. She returned to Palm Beach, Florida and has been with the Animal Medical Center since it’s beginning months. Along with being a technician, Rachel actively competes in ultimate frisbee competitions in-state and across the country. She has two spunky cats (Yahtzee and Stella), three quirky geckos (Ravi, Domino, and Mochi), and two lazy snakes (Maya and Nagini) that call her house home. She has had a passion for animal care since she was young and is continuing her education to become a certified veterinary technician.
Beth has been part of the Animal Medical Center of Jupiter team since 2016. She’s been in the vet field for over 10 years, in varying roles. Currently she works behind the scenes with her daughter as an inventory manager. When she’s not at the hospital Beth enjoys going on adventures and spending time with her family, both four legged and two legged.
Michel is truly living the dream. She gets to kiss and love everyone’s dogs and cats as well as part time teach people how to heal themselves. She discovered grooming about 14 years ago when she got her first poodle. She decided to go to Merryfield School of Pet Grooming and quickly took to the trade. She opened her grooming business soon after graduating and was a success until both of her arms and hands had enough. She had bilateral arm surgery and needed a break from grooming at which time she decided to heal herself through yoga. She went to Thailand for 3 months to learn how to teach yoga and came home with a new gift. She now teaches yoga 3 days a week and grooms at Animal Medical Center of Jupiter the other 3 days. Balance is everything!