In MId March 2012, we will be moving across the street into a new building in Menomonee Falls.
Why did the Veterinary Hospital Cross the Road?
To Serve You Better!!!!
The New building is currently in the final stages of construction. It will be about 4 times the size of our current building.
It sounds BIG but it what we have needed for some time now. Since opening in April of 2007, we have seen tremendous growth and our current building just could not handle it.
New Building Features
This new building will allow us to spread out and serve our clients/patients better and faster as well as allow us to offer new services in the future. One such new service is Ultrasound evaluations. One of the first things you will notice is a larger parking lot and landscaped lawn area for walking pets.
Reception Area: The reception area will be larger meaning less crowding while you are waiting to be shown to an exam room. There will be separate “check in” and “check out” stations to eliminate congestion. This should get you and your pet in and out of the hospital faster. There is also a convenient restroom right off the reception area.
Examination Rooms: There will be 6 exam rooms — 2 more than in our current facility. This should allow Doctor and Tech appointments to be done more quickly and efficiently as well.
Lab & Pharmacy: The laboratory and pharmacy will be separate, allowing more efficient filling of prescriptions and more timely laboratory test results.
Treatment Area: In the Treatment area there are additional stations to facilitate in-hospital and outpatient treatments. Additionally, this will allow us the ability to perform more Dental / Surgical procedures.
O2 & Ansthesia: There will be oxygen/anesthesia capabilities available throughout the hospital should the need arise.
New Incubator: We have been able to add an additional large incubator for our exotic species and critical care patients.
Dog Runs: The building has a bank of runs for our larger dog patients and a secure fenced in walking area in the back.
Isolation Area: There will also be a separate Isolation room where pets with contagious illnesses can be treated limiting risk to other patients in the hospital.
The move should take place over a “long weekend “in mid March. This will necessitate a short closure of the facility entirely but we are trying to coordinate this process to make any interruption to service as short as possible.
We are very excited about the move and we look forward to serving you even better in the new building.