WILSON, North Carolina, June 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Small animal veterinary hospital cooperative Vets Pets today announced that the number of facilities it currently supports has increased to 30 with the addition of two new North Carolina members: Crown Town Animal Hospital in Charlotte and Kindred Heart Animal Hospital in Carrboro.
The fast-growing network said these two hospitals can expect to receive hands-on assistance with operations management, human resources assistance, continuing education services, and access to cutting-edge technology and resources, all intended to help physicians and staff focus on medical achievement. excellence within a supportive and healthy hospital culture.
“We reached this 30-practice milestone in part by being true to who we are, putting the needs of vets and their teams first,” said Wilson, North Carolinabased at Vets Pets Managing Director Steve Thomas. “Nearly all of the practices we support are led by new owners who may be hesitant to pursue their dreams of practice ownership without a proven and trusted partner to walk with them and help them build something they can feel good about. is the role veterinarians Pets play.”
The two newest member hospitals of Vets Pets are jointly owned by Vets Pets and veterinarians who have joined at the partner level. Jacob MauckDVM, will open Crown Town Animal Hospital and Keri ReevesDVM, will start Kindred Heart Animal Hospital.
“Both physicians are excellent clinicians and great people,” Thomas said. “We are thrilled to have them join the team. The creation of these new practices, from initial concept to opening, was done in collaboration with Vets Pets’ experience and resources in combination with the interests, preferences and feedback from our new partners.The process included everything from site selection, construction, naming, equipment/technology selection, financing, hiring, planning , prizes, etc. It’s great fun and extremely rewarding to create something new and personal for Vets Pets and our partners.
Crown Town Animal Hospital is located in the north of Charlotte and is the first Vet Pets member in this city (which also makes it the first Vet Pets to be located west of Hillsborough, North Carolina).
“I am very happy to work with Vets Pets because of all the support the organization will provide with the clinical and operational aspects of running a practice. Opening my own hospital has been a longtime dream of mine, and with the help of Vets Pets, I was able to see that,” said Dr. Mauck, a second-generation veterinarian whose undying love for animals and medicine was forged growing up around the his father’s rural practice. Illinois.
Prior to opening Crown Town Animal Hospital, Dr. Mauck practiced at Bessemer City, North Carolinaand Fort Mill, South Carolina. His professional interests include dentistry, dermatology, ophthalmology and soft tissue surgery. As an undergraduate student at University of FloridaDr. Mauck majored in zoology, then graduated in 2011 from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine (at that time he and his wife Glenda moved to Charlotte Region).
In his spare time, Dr. Mauck enjoys music, traveling and cycling along Queen City’s many greenways. He is the father of two daughters; his home includes a beloved family dog.
Kindred Heart Animal Hospital is located at Carboro’s Green South shopping center.
“I look forward to the superior level of service that our involvement with Vets Pets will allow us to provide to the community,” said Dr Reeves, originally from Rhode Island but with roots firmly in the South since 2003, the year she graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (where she and her future husband met). “My mission has always been to provide the best and most up-to-date care to my clients and patients.”
A fearless and respectful practitioner of cats in the Triangle for over 16 years now, Dr. Reeves serves on several committees of the American Animal Hospital Association. She became a veterinarian after realizing it was the only career that would best allow her to combine her love of animals (and people) with her keen sense of math and science. Before enrolling in vet school, Dr. Reeves graduated summa cum laude holder of a degree in biology from Stonehill College, Massachusetts. She is the mother of two children; his other immediate family members are a rescue beagle and three cats.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Dr. Mauck, Dr. Reeves or the CEO of Vets Pets Steve Thomasplease contact Matt Mompower by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 252.237.1375.
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