The staff at the VCA Animal Clinic of Parker takes great pride in working as a team to provide the best quality of care possible. Monthly staff meetings bring the crew together to discuss new information and share any ideas that would help improve the clinic. These meetings often include guest speakers from various fields in veterinary medicine that speak about the latest technologies, new medications, emerging diseases, and reviews on anything from monitoring anesthesia to taking x-rays. This allows us to stay up-to-date in veterinary medicine and address any concerns that are affecting the Denver area. We think it is very important to give our clients the most current information on preventable diseases such as Heartworm disease, Leptospirosis, and many other illnesses so they can make the best decisions to protect their animals. All of our veterinarians and technicians actively participate in continuing education seminars. This provides another opportunity to learn new information and participate in interactive discussions.
Our veterinarians each have several years of valuable experience in evaluating and treating animals; providing you with over 100 years of cumulative expertise. Our mutual respect and admiration for each other’s abilities improves our overall level of care for our patients. We frequently consult with one another looking for new ideas or approaches to diagnosing or treating problems in this ever-changing world of medicine. Each of our veterinarians has their own areas of interest and skill that affords our practice greater depth and versatility.
Our friendly and helpful receptionists will greet you promptly and ask for information regarding your visit. We stress personable assistance because we realize that your time is valuable. Our practice places an emphasis on teaching; therefore our highly trained veterinary technicians can often answer many of your questions while taking you and your pet to an examination room. After obtaining a brief record of your pet's past and current medical status, our techs obtain baseline vital signs. The veterinarian is then briefed on the history and the technician's findings, as well as informed of any questions or concerns the owner may have.