Dr. Charles Greco
17+ Years of Veterinary Practice & Medicine
Veterinarian for Suffolk County Police K-9 Units
Sought after lecturer on a variety of pet health and nutrition topics.
Adjunct Professor at Suffolk Community College / Veterinary Technology
Owner and trainer of several search & rescue dogs.
Member of the Nassau County Medical Reserve Corp.
Dr. Greco holds a degree in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University.
New York State Accredited Veterinarian
Member of Long Island Veterinary Medical Association
Member of the New York State Veterinary Association
Member of the Association of Avian Veterinarians
Member of the Association of Reptilian Veterinarians
Member of the Long Island Parrot Society.
Suffolk County SPCA Peace Officer
Dr. Perry is a recent graduate of St. George's University in Grenada, West Indies, where he spent three years
receiving his veterinary training. In addition, he trained at Kansas State and North Carolina State Universities, as
a part of his veterinary degree and participated in an externship at the Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital in New
York City. Dr. Perry is an alumni member of the Alpha Delta Chapter of the Phi Zeta veterinary honor society.
When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Perry can often be found participating in various outdoor activities
such as fishing, hiking and camping.
Dr. Elisabeth Simone-Freilicher is board-certified in Avian Medicine, and has completed specialty training in Exotic Medicine, including rabbit and rodent dentistry, medical and surgical treatment of ferret diseases, and reptile medicine and surgery. Dr. Freilicher is available by appointment for primary care as well as consultation or referral of avian and exotic cases.
Dr. Freilicher is a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University, and has over 20 years' experience in pet bird biology, husbandry, behavior, and medicine. As a veterinary student, she actively participated in research and coursework in avian and exotic medicine (including pet fish medicine), and was honored with the Senior Clinical Award for Outstanding Study of Avian Medicine.
In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Freilicher has written numerous articles for Veterinary Practice News, Critters USA, and Rabbits USA, as well as peer-reviewed case reports for the Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery. She is proud to be trusted as the official veterinarian of Monty's Place Chinchilla Refuge and Rescue, and is actively involved with local animal clubs and groups, providing educational lectures at meetings and special events. She has provided educational training and client handouts to local pet stores in order to make good care information more accessible to pet owners. She strongly believes that the better educated the pet owner, the better care the pet receives, which can prevent many unneccessary medical conditions.
Dr. Freilicher is delighted to have joined the medical team at the Animal Medical Hospital of Centereach, whose doctors are committed to the highest standards of medicine, and whose caring staff is focused on the comforts and needs of our patients.