With the start of the new year, we here at Mobile Veterinary Services made a new start of our own. We are very excited about the changes 2022 is bringing, not the least of which is our digs!
New Office Location
The office located on Indiana Street was a great home for MVS for around 30 years, but as MVS expanded we simply outgrew the space. If you have visited us in recent years at the office, you might have noticed that we were literally bursting at the seams! Our new location is just down the road off of I-70 and Kipling – the address is 10600 W. 50th Ave., Wheat Ridge, CO 80033. It’s warehouse space, and allows us much more room to breathe. Having an indoor space where we can park the trucks is a wonderful added advantage.
Kristy will be in the new office most of the time during normal business hours and will greet you with a smile if you stop by for a visit or to pick up meds. For your convenience, we hope to be able to get an after-hours pickup area set up in the coming months. Until then, it is best to communicate with Kristy to be sure that she will be there to hand you your medications.
This extra space will allow us to grow in many ways. Most importantly, we will be adding a new doctor this summer. Dr. Maria Brock will be joining the team in June, and we couldn’t be more excited. Over the last 5 years, many of you have met Dr. Brock as she has ridden with us in the trucks. Watch for her bio coming to the MVS blog and to Facebook in a few months.
The addition of Dr. Brock will allow us to spread the on-call schedule a little further and reduce the load on all of us. As veterinarians, burn-out is a real thing. Long days followed by on-call duties can be a strain. The ability to balance our passion for caring for horses and enjoying our own horses and families is a very important piece of the puzzle that allows the staff of MVS to provide you and your horses with the best possible care and attention.
New Client Education Offerings
The Mobile Veterinary Mission is, “Educating for better horse health,” and having this larger space will also allow us to hold client education seminars in a comfortable and convenient location. Look for offerings coming in the near future. Mark your calendars for the first one, which will be offered March 29. Topic TBD.
What won’t change in 2022 is our ongoing commitment to our human clients and equine patients to be the best veterinary practice we can be. From our thriving community on Facebook; to our educational offerings on the MVS blog, client education seminars, and in-person appointments; to our own commitment as a practice to stay on top of the latest advances in equine medicine, we are excited for 2022 and look forward to all that it will have to offer!