This restructuring allowed for maintaining a high quality of care without overextending the veterinarian’s work load. Extended hours have been added for the clients to schedule health care for their pets without having to take time off work. Monday – Friday 7am to 9pm and Saturday & Sunday 7am to 7pm. Starting in February of 2019, Sunday hours will also include wellness visit as well as emergencies. Sundays even have grooming available with Sam.
Dr. Amy Hartmann the Medical Director has been with the practice since 2010 and is really knowledgeable in geriatric care. She also offers house calls for those clients that can’t get out. The hospital keeps adding new doctors and technicians but many of the old team is still around. These familiar faces include Bonnie giving your pets treats when she greats you at the front desk or Josh when he is helping you with end of life choices or maybe GiAnna helping you with a special drug order.
Elizabeth Grimshaw, DVM, has been with the practice for a few years. She provides not only great medical and surgical skills but a little extra with her special interest in exotics and rabbits.
Feline companions are not an afterthought at EAH; they have their own waiting area as well as a cat-only exam room. If an extended stay is needed, there is a feline treatment room and ward for cats only. If you are looking for a veterinarian with feline experience, Dr. Krys Major-Lovan particularly enjoys working with cats. Dr. Bridget Roche is one of our newest doctors coming all the way from Scotland. Her friendly smile and laugh will win anyone over. Dermatology is one of her areas of interest.
Dr. Mark Ryan owned his successful practice for 30 + years on the Western Slope. We have the privilege of his extensive Medical knowledge and Surgical Skills in house three days a week.
When the occasion calls for a specialist we have specialist come in house for the clients convince. Dr. Jennifer Fick a board certified surgeon performs orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. For pets suffering from heart conditions we have Geri Lake-Bakaar DVM, ACVIM available for ultra sound and consultations.
With their emphasis on urgent care, Evergreen Animal Hospital keeps up on the latest in-house lab equipment. Getting accurate results quickly is a necessity in emergency medicine but it also allows them to offer quick turnaround for their general practice patient’s tests. This makes clients happy with not having to come back for results and drugs on another date. Preoperative blood work is always recommended before any type of anesthesia to help ensure a positive outcome. With their extensive in-house lab equipment, this is an easy task.
Sheila Brunson is the newest addition to the management staff at Evergreen Animal Hospital and she brings a great deal of experience with her. Sheila has worked in the veterinary field for many years, recently managing a practice in Conifer.