The doctors at Dupont Veterinary Clinic are not part of a large corporate entity. In fact, they live and work in and around the Dupont Circle community—just like you do.
Dr. Jan Rosen, our Medical Director, attended Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. She has over 25 years of experience, practicing in a small animal hospital for 16 years, then working for the Washington Animal Rescue League, and serving as Medical Director. In her spare time, she loves reading and gardening and has a beloved and perfect shelter dog, Ruby, and two beloved shelter cats, Hattie and Footie. Dupont Veterinary Clinic is extremely proud and lucky to have her knowledge, surgical skill, and leadership qualities guiding our team of doctors.
Dr. Mavrich, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, completed his undergraduate degree of Animal Sciences at Pennsylvania State University. After graduation, he worked as a veterinary technician at AVETS (veterinary emergency referral center) for a year before beginning veterinary school. In 2013, he graduated from the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. He worked as a staff veterinarian at a hospital in Alexandria, VA before moving into Washington D.C. His diverse skill set and experience made him a welcome addition to the Dupont Veterinary team in 2015. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, running, hiking and watching all of his hometown Pittsburgh sports teams. He has his hands full with recently rescued Cooper, a lovable golden retriever puppy.
Dr. Jenna Randall-Smith earned her undergraduate degree in animal bioscience at Penn State University and graduated from Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked in a variety of veterinary settings, including private practice, emergency service, and shelter medicine, which helped her hone a diverse skill set that serves our patients well. Dr. Randall-Smith is USDA Accredited and Fear Free Certified. She has two children, a rescue dog named Skellar and a rescue “pirate” cat named Alastor.
Dr. Nicole Cohen is a diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners and has practiced a mix of emergency medicine and primary care at Friendship Hospital for Animals for 15 years. Prior to her time at FHA she completed a 1 year small animal internship at Bay Area Veterinary Specialists in Oakland, CA. She is a 2004 graduate of UC-Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Yallof earned a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. Prior to that, she graduated cum laude from Amherst College with a BA in history and completed a post-baccalaureate program in pre-veterinary medicine at the University of Washington. She spent 14 years in private practice in Philadelphia followed by roles as a clinical instructor at the University of Illinois and a veterinarian at Chicago’s largest private animal shelter. Dr. Yallof and her family moved to the area in the summer of 2021 and she is thrilled to be a part of this competent, collaborative, and caring team.
MBA, CVPM, Practice Administrator
Richard has been working in veterinary medicine since 2001. Originally from Long Island, NY, Richard moved to Washington, DC in 1997 to attend American University. After graduation, Richard worked at Friendship Hospital for Animals from 2001-2005 in various positions including Front Desk and Inventory Manager. Over the past 16 years he has managed and consulted with various veterinary hospitals in the DC area including Dupont, Palisades & Union Veterinary Clinics. Richard is married to Dr. Nicole Cohen, a DVC associate veterinarian. They have a daughter Alexis and son Russell plus 3 cats, Toby, Hershey, and Rocket.
Stephanie’s passion for high-quality medicine and exceptional client experience brought her to Dupont Veterinary Clinic. Stephanie brings over 16 years of experience in customer/client service, administrative, and management/leadership experience in both the veterinary and hospitality fields. Stephanie’s favorite part of her job is serving people and their pets in our community.
Stephanie walks the halls or is at our front desk to ensure every client and their pet has an exceptional experience. If you don’t see Stephanie at any time, ask our Client Service team; she would love to meet you and your furry companions!
Stephanie is an active member of the VHMA (Veterinary Hospital Management Association), AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association), SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management), and the American Business Women’s Association.
Stephanie volunteers her time caring for DC community Cats; her passion is animal advocacy.
For marketing and business questions, you can contact Stephanie Emmert.
Veterinary Technician Manager
Cindy was raised in Carroll County, Maryland, and attended the University of Maryland, College Park. Go Terps! She graduated with a B.S. in Biology-Zoology in 2000. Deciding to advance in the veterinary medical field, Cindy went back to school and completed an A.A. in Veterinary Technology in 2007. After passing the state and national boards to become a registered technician (RVT), she joined the DVC family full-time. She became the head technician in 2012. Dupont Veterinary Clinic is proud to have someone of Cindy’s caliber leading, teaching, and training our nursing staff. Cindy’s hobbies include cheering on the Orioles, Ravens and Terps with her husband, and spending time with her lab mix “Tazz”, her orange kitty “Gus”, and her extended family and friends.
We are unsure of Chloe’s age, but she is a swinging senior gal. Chole came to us in September 2022 and became part of the Dupont family. Chloe is our stress reliever and morale booster for the team. In her spare time, Chloe likes watching YouTube videos of Birds and Squirrels or hanging out with Dr. Rosen’s dog Ruby. She takes her job as a seat warmer seriously, and always keeps our doctor’s chairs warm until they return.