About VRCC - Specialty Patient Care

Sleep comfortably tonight. Your pet’s monitoring and care are continued through the night and weekend by the Specialty Patient Care (SPC) team. These are well-trained, caring veterinary technicians who act as an extension of all VRCC’s specialty practices. SPC provides ongoing high levels of medical attention for your pet during the hours that the specialists and their teams are away.

Professional care and conscientious vigilance. Your pet has doctor assigned orders which include vital signs, medical alerts, medications, possible diagnostic tests and visual monitoring. If we note any cause for concern, the specialists are notified immediately and provide us with consultation. For situations which require additional attention, the Central Veterinary Emergency (our nighttime, weekend and holiday emergency team) doctors are on hand for assistance.

Keeping you informed. Knowing how much your pet means to you inspires us to provide the highest level of compassionate care for you and your pet. You can call at anytime throughout the night or weekend for updates. Visiting times can also be arranged.

EBoor

Erik, BS, AAS, CVT
Specialty Patient Care

EBoor

Erik began his career at VRCC in April of 1998 after he graduated from Colorado State University and the Bel Rea Institute. He is a 3rd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and teaches children ages 4-16 in the discipline. He is expanding his repertoire by studying and training in Muay Thai Kickboxing, Brazilian Jujitsu and mixed Martial Arts.

Erik is the proud father of a 10 yo son with whom he trains martial arts, plays video games, watches movies and builds models. Molly, an 11yo Boston Terrier, completes the family.

Amanda Johnson

Amanda, AAS, CVT
Specialty Patient Care

Amanda Johnson

Amanda started her professional career in May of 2005 when she graduated from Arapahoe Community College with a degree in interior design; she also completed coursework in May 2007 with Community College of Denver.  Amanda’s 5 years as a CVT have served her well as she was hired as an SPC technician at VRCC in May 2012.

Amanda is a Colorado native who enjoys traveling, baking, reading, photography, music, sports and shopping.  She is a proud mom to 2 felines: 6yo Vesta and 5yo Delilah.

Heather

Heather, CVT
Specialty Patient Care

Heather

Heather graduated from the Bel Rea Institute in 2008 with her AAS Degree and joined Central Veterinary Emergency Services in June of the same year. In October of 2011, Heather transferred to Specialty Patient Care.

Heather has lots of children at home: a a 4yo Lab Mix named Maggie, a 3yo German Shorthaired Pointer named Willow, a 3yo Domestic Short Hair named James, and a 4yo Holland Lop names Bailey. In addition, heather owns a 12 yo Quarterhorse Paint named Leo (Rainy Day Leo Mave).

Heather is a Colorado native who loves hiking and being outside. Other hobbies include reading, photography and music.

Lindsey Bewick2

Lindsey, CVT
Specialty Patient Care

Lindsey Bewick2

Lindsey was born and raised in Madison, WI. Always having a special bond with animals, she originally attended UW-Milwaukee in the attempt to correlate a degree in psychology with animal therapy, and later moved to Colorado in 2003 to attend the Bel-Rea Institute. She graduated in 2005 with her AAS in Veterinary Technology and received her certification in early 2006. Lindsey has worked in both general and mixed practice for the past 7 years before joining the SPC team in July of 2012.

Having volunteered for a variety of rescue organizations since high school, Lindsey has a special bond with the donkeys at Longhopes Donkey Shelter, where she has been volunteering since 2003, and currently serves on the board of directors as medical liason. She has a strong interest in the human-animal bond, and truly believes animals are a wonderful source of healing. She is also very interested in animal behavior, nutrition and internal medicine.

Lindsey resides with her faithful companion and protector, Scooby, a German Shepherd mix she adopted from the Maxfund. She enjoys exploring the great outdoors, hanging out with friends and watching anything having to do with psychology, criminology or medicine. She dreams or someday becoming a Forensic Veterinarian.

Katherine Dunn

Katherine, CVT
Specialty Patient Care

Katherine Dunn

Bio coming soon!

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