Our Experienced Staff
Dr. John Joyce
Dr. Joyce graduated from the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine in June of 2007. Since graduation, he has split his time between a large, multi-doctor general vet clinic and an emergency/specialty animal hospital. This has provided him with an opportunity to work closely with a board-certified surgeon and internist. Dr. Joyce practices all aspects of veterinary medicine and has significant experience in general medicine, soft tissue,
Sabrina attended Palm Beach Central High School and graduated in 2012. She attended Palm Beach State College after high school and obtained her AA. Sabrina joined the team at Regal Animal Hospital in 2014. Sabrina has always had an affinity for animals and her love for dogs began with her family dog, Niko, a shih Tzu. Sabrina enjoys cooking, going to the movies, and spending time with her boyfriend, John.
Victoria received her B.S. in Biology from the University of Florida and graduated with her doctorate degree in May of 2018. Victoria is now working at Regal as an associate veterinarian, alongside her brother, Dr. John Joyce. She has a special interest in feline medicine and currently owns four cats of her own – Sasha, Rollo, Peanut and Queenie. She enjoys spending time with her boyfriend, Marc, and loves to go to the beach, go fishing, and play sports (especially golf and tennis).
Manager / Reception
Ann Delaporte graduated from Rowan University in New Jersey with a degree in Mathematics. She then taught middle/high school for eleven great years. She recently relocated from Fort Pierce and is very happy to be part of the staff at Regal Animal Hospital. Her love for animals started with her two cats and parakeets and now gets to enjoy daily interaction with many four-legged friends. In Ann’s free time she enjoys South Florida’s endless boating, fishing, golfing and spectacular beaches.
Away from Regal, she can be found hanging out with her siblings or spoiling her tuxedo cat, Luna. Thuy actually adopted Luna after meeting the kitten a few times as a patient of the hospital. Now, Luna greets Thuy every night after work at the front door. In her free time, Thuy enjoys watching hockey, reading, and catching up on television and movies on Netflix.
Presently, Thuy is hopeful for a bright future in veterinary medicine and is grateful for all the learning opportunities offered while she has been at Regal.