Dr. Brian T. Voynick, a practicing veterinarian has owned and directed the American Animal Hospital in Randolph, NJ since 1986. Dr. Voynick and his associate veterinarians take an integrative approach to veterinary medicine, using modalities such as diagnostic digital x-rays, ultrasound, laser surgery, stem cell therapy, endoscopy as well as acupuncture and herbal medicine. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)-accredited hospital won a 1998 Practice of Excellence Award from Veterinary Economics magazine and Pfizer Animal Health for its excellence in management, client service, and medicine.
Since 1997, Dr. Voynick has hosted “The Pet Stop,” a half-hour weekly television show on News 12 New Jersey, which is enjoyed by 2 million viewers in New Jersey and airs every weekend. The program educates pet owners about advances in veterinary medicine, responsible pet ownership, specialty care, and adoptable animals from area shelters. TV guest appearances include NBC “The Today Show”, CBS “The Early Show”, Fox 5 News, and NJN. He served as staff member of Veterinary News Network (VNN) in Las Vegas and was awarded the VNN “Rising Star Award for Television”.
Following one year of post veterinary graduate training at the Animal Medical Center in NYC, Dr. Voynick earned his certification in veterinary acupuncture from the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (I.V.A.S.) and has served as a teaching assistant. He has lectured and attended continuing-education programs in acupuncture and herbal medicine in the United States, China, Taiwan, Brazil, Germany, Canada, Italy and Austria. Dr. Voynick lectures internationally on veterinary acupuncture, veterinary herbal medicine and neutraceuticals, integrative and complementary veterinary medicine, stem cell and P.R.P. therapy, laser surgery, and Lyme disease. Dr Voynick was the first veterinary practitioner in the U.S. to perform autologous adipose-derived Stem Cell therapy on dogs in 2005, and since then performs Stem Cell and P.R.P. therapy as a same-day, “in-house” procedure in his hospital. He has published articles in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, as well as Veterinary Economics.
Dr. Voynick has served on the New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association executive board and as chair of the Ethics and Grievance Committee for four years. He also served on the Editorial Advisory Board for Veterinary Economics magazine for two years, as well as president of the Randolph Area Chamber of Commerce. He is an active member of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce where he has hosted “Good Morning Morris”, graduated from Leadership Morris – Class of 2008 and is currently on their Advisory Board. Dr. Voynick has also been a very involved board member of the St. Hubert’s Animal Shelter of Madison, NJ. He is an advisory board member of the Morris County School of Technology Veterinary Curriculum, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), and Purr`n Pooch Foundation for Animals. He also has served in the Morris County Disaster Preparedness efforts as head veterinarian of the County Animal Response Team (C.A.R.T.). Dr. Voynick is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, Veterinary News Network and New Jersey and Morris County Beekeepers Associations. Dr. Voynick was presented the Patriot’s Path Council, Boy Scouts of America ”Lifetime Achievement Award” in 2007. The award is presented to those who exemplify the ideals of the Boy Scouts of America in their daily life. For eight days in the summer of 2008, 2009 and 2010 Dr. Voynick served as a camp councilor at the Ronald McDonald Camp, Greely, PA, where he counseled and participated in camp activities with children afflicted with cancer alongside their siblings. He has participated as a speaker for the Cook College Leadership Council of Rutgers University as well as their Pre-Veterinary Club, where he continues to be active at his alma-mater.In 2011, Dr Voynick was awarded the prestigious George H Cook Distinguished Alumni Award from Rutgers University, NJ.