VCA SFVS in the News: Veterinarian Career Paths
April 3, 2013 by sfvs
VCA SFVS was featured in the March 28 edition of the SF Chronicle, in an article about the career paths of today’s veterinarians. (Most graduates go into companion-animal practices; there’s a dearth of food-animal veterinarians in California.)
Here’s the link to the article (subscription required): State short of food-animal veterinarians
The article featured some really nice photos from our hospital, and we wanted to share those with you below.
Nurse Miranda Blankenship (left), technician assistant Nick Belara, intern Sharon Tenenbaum and veterinarian Craig Maretzki treat Mack in San Francisco. Photo credit: Michael Macor, The Chronicle
Sharon Tenenbaum, an intern at VCA Veterinary Specialists in San Francisco, plans to work with large and small animals as part of her residency. Photo credit: Michael Macor, The Chronicle
The veterinary team gives Mack an ultrasound at VCA Veterinary Specialists in San Francisco. Photo credit: Michael Macor, The Chronicle