Heather Radcliffe, CSR Manager

Heather moved from California to Tucson, 7 years ago to be closer to family. She has worked in the veterinary field for 6 1/2 years now, and has been with Twin Peaks since June of 2016. She owns 2 cats, BB and Gus Gus, and a dog named Dante, that are spoiled and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Heather believes that it is true that every animal leaves a paw print on your heart and when you’re having a rough day, it’s nice to be able to come to work with animals as they offer happiness and comfort. Tucson holds a special place in her heart as this is where she has met the love of her life and she cannot wait to spend the rest of her life with him. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends.


Cristina Camacho, Lead CSR


Cristina grew up on the Connecticut shoreline and is a 2001 graduate of the veterinary technician program at Northwest Community College. She decided to move west in 2003. She worked as a receptionist and technician for 8 years before joining Twin Peaks in 2014. Along with her receptionist duties, Cristina is one of our trainers who provides knowledge and expertise to our new employees. When not at work she enjoys spending time with her husband and many pets and has an interest in gardening, writing, history and artwork.


Samantha Koch, Customer Service Representative

Samantha Koch has been a member of the Twin Peaks Veterinary staff since 2015, working in the front as reception and in the back as an assistant. Samantha has recently completed her bachelor’s degree in Veterinary Science from the University of Arizona and plans to continue her education in the future. Samantha has always had a passion for all types of animals and enjoys taking care of her two cats and two snakes at home.


Rachel Kaplan, Customer Service Representative

Rachel began working for Twin Peaks in September of 2016. She is currently studying Veterinary Science at Pima college in pursuant of a degree in the veterinary field. Her love for animals has influenced her for as long as she can remember and hopes to get into the equine field after she finishes her program at Pima. She is also a proud owner of her dog Kaiser and her three cats Cosmo, Hagrid and Bellatrix.