Reception

The first and last people you see at the hospital, we are proud of our reception team. They will do all they can to assist you with your visit and are...

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Reception

The first and last people you see at the hospital, we are proud of our reception team. They will do all they can to assist you with your visit and are extreme multi-taskers! Answering phones, sorting through prescription requests, checking patients and boarders in and out, making sure they know who the boarding and hospital teams are and what patients are coming in daily. Our receptionists also callback any patients our doctors want a follow-up call on, confirm appointments and boarding reservations. They are like air traffic control for a veterinary hospital.

Nichole, Lisa, Margaret, Kirsten, Evan, Vickie, and Shelby will do everything they can to make your visit at Bartram Trail Veterinary Hospital as smooth as possible.

Hospital

Our veterinary technicians and assistants make sure we know what needs to be done for your appointment. They review your records, collect an accurate ...

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Hospital

Our veterinary technicians and assistants make sure we know what needs to be done for your appointment. They review your records, collect an accurate history from our owners, get vitals on all of the patients (weight, temperature, pulse, respiratory rate) and collect any samples the doctor’s request. They fill any prescriptions that have been requested and go over treatment plans and discharges with owners during their visits. Our hospital team will go over estimates with you to make sure you are aware of the cost of services planned for that day. They are responsible for prepping our surgery suite, getting patients ready for surgery, monitoring vitals during surgery, and safely recovering our patients post-anesthesia.

Catie (CVT), Mileidy, Emily (CVT), Kassandra, Lisa G, Alexis L, Lindsy, and Bethany (CVA) will take care of your pets during their veterinary visit.

Shout outs to both Mileidy & Alexis for making it to their final Veterinary Technology Practicums! Shout out to Lisa G for making it to her practicum for vet assistant! It is so pawsome to see your teammates grow and be able to support them through it.

Boarding

The boarding team is here to take care of your 4-legged family members during their stay at Bartram Trail Veterinary Hospital while you are away. They...

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Boarding

The boarding team is here to take care of your 4-legged family members during their stay at Bartram Trail Veterinary Hospital while you are away. They ensure the dog and cat boarding areas are clean and that all the boarders have fresh water and food. If you have brought your pet’s own food, they make sure your pet’s get their food as you have requested. They keep track of leashes, collars, toys, bowls, beds and also do all the laundry for the boarding and hospital facility. The boarding team makes sure your pet gets enrichment during their stay by providing outside time, some one-on-one snuggles, and things like dog specific music. The exercise yard is poop scooped several times daily to keep it clean. If you call to check on your pet during their stay, you may speak with one of the boarding team members. They also check your pet in and out, so you will meet them face-to-face

Lindsy, Brooke, Crystal, and Shelby (Rebecca, Anna, Danielle, Sierra, and Abby are only with us during the summers and school breaks) are there to make your pet’s feel comfortable while they are away from home.

Office

Our practice manager and general IT go-to person is Antonio. He is married to Dr. Davis and he deals with all the financial matters she prefers to avo...

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Office

Our practice manager and general IT go-to person is Antonio. He is married to Dr. Davis and he deals with all the financial matters she prefers to avoid. He has recently been joined by Jessica, a pawsitive veterinary technician recovering from an injury. These two keep the cogs turning from behind the scenes. We wouldn’t work as smooth without them.

Antonio and Jessica keep us working behind the scenes.