Our veterinary technicians are responsible for all exam rooms, outpatient diagnostic tests, pharmaceuticals, blood drawing, bandages, IV’s, injections, wound care, emergency triage, and stabilization, anesthesia, dentistry, assisting in surgery, client education, behavior, and the care of ICU and isolation patients. They carry out the treatments and alert the doctors of any change with the patients in their charge. One of the benefits our clients have is having a nurse on site 24 hours and day 365 days a year. If you ever have a problem or want to call and check on your pets in the middle of the night a nurse will be there to answer any questions you have. We found our clients are more comfortable knowing a trained nurse is watching over their pets.
When you enter our business, the first point of contact is critical to Elm Point Animal Hospital. Our reception team is “the voice and the face of Elm Point Animal Hospital.” Our receptionists are skilled, organized, and are here to help you with your questions and your needs at Elm Point Animal Hospital with a smile.
Our kennel staff is responsible for the day-to-day care of boarding pets at Elm Point Animal Hospital. Although feeding, walking and cleaning up seems to be endless tasks, they are never too busy to give an extra hug or pat on the head for your pet, our guest. They monitor boarding animals closely and are alert to any changes in an individual’s health or attitude. The kennel staff is also responsible for maintaining the health of the hospital. By ensuring the cleanliness of the entire hospital and property, they play a critical role in the safety and prevention of disease in Elm Point Animal Hospital hospitalized patients, outpatient boarders, clients, and staff. Although you may not see the kennel staff too often, your pets are glad for all of the attention that they receive from these caring and hardworking team members.