New Satellite Locations Planned for California
Long Beach & Santa Rosa newest
Animal Dermatology Clinic began a satellite location last month in Santa Rosa, CA which is about 55 miles north of San Francisco. We will be working out of another specialty clinic, Eye Care for Animals, 3070 Cleveland Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95403.
Dr. Jennifer Aniya will be seeing cases at this northern California location every other month. Frequency may increase depending upon demand.
Currently under construction is the newest satellite location in southern California in the city of Long Beach. Long Beach is about 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
There have been many requests from clients in this area to situate a doctor in this location and no doubt will be pleased to have Animal Dermatology Clinic within a short driving distance. Please check our website www.animaldermatology.com for the official start date and address.
Dr. Laura Wilson will be seeing cases in Long Beach once construction is complete.
New Resident at Animal Dermatology Clinic
Another Completes Residency Program
Last month we reported that a new Resident, Tyler Udenberg was joining the group. We are pleased again to announce that another Resident has joined Animal Dermatology Clinic. Dr. Ashley Stich begins her residency in Tustin, CA in July 2011.
Dr. Stich obtained her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri in 2010. She has been working in a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. In addition, Dr. Stich brings her extensive clinical and research experience.
A native of the Midwest, she will now become a resident of Southern California for the next three years as she takes the spot of the 25th doctor to enter the residency program at Animal Dermatology Clinic.
The opportunity to enter a residency program is a highly coveted position because there are few vacancies for many doctors vying for one of those positions. Last year, there were four vacancies for veterinary dermatology residents in United States with estimates of up to 40 doctors seeking a dermatology residency.
Dr. Sarah Bartlett of our Marietta, GA location completes her residency this month. She will take her board examinations this summer and will continue her veterinary profession in Florida.
Originally from the Southeast, Dr. Bartlett will be now be joining her husband who is currently employed there and has established their new home.
All cases currently seen by Dr. Bartlett will now be under the care of Dr. Joel Griffies.