Andrew is one of our RVTs! Andrew graduated from the (IBC) Vet Tech Institute Fort Wayne and is currently taking classes and pre-requisites at Indiana University in order to attend vet school. Andrew joined our team in 2017. His favorite part of working in veterinary medicine is feline health and working with cats. Andrew has 2 cats and a mouse: Steve, an orange and white DSH; Lizzy, a black and white- large and in charge DSH, and Pepper Jack, a black mouse! When Andrew is not at the hospital or working on his studies he enjoys watching TV/ Anime and playing video games.
At College Mall Veterinary Hospital our team of veterinary professionals truly loves what they do. The success of our work depends on the contributions made by every employee of our hospital and we recognize that each and every team member is vital in delivering the highest standard of care our clients and the community has come to expect. All of our team members are not only highly skilled and dedicated to continual growth, but compassionate, professional, and strongly support the human-animal bond.
Irene is our hospital manager! She graduated from the University of Cincinnati School of Business Administration. Irene is originally from Cincinnati and moved to Bloomington in 1997. Her favorite part about at our hospital is being able to spend her days surrounded by animals! When not working at the hospital Irene enjoys cooking, shopping, and decorating. She also enjoys relaxing at home with family, including her husband, Lance, a teacher at University Elementary School and their four Beagles- Rocky, Bella, Max, and Dixie; a Chihuahua mix- Punkin; and their cat- Pansy- all of whom keep them very busy!
Vivian is our Office Cat. Vivian joined our team in 2017! Vivian was brought to our clinic for an emergency exam after Bloomington Animal Care and Control found her on the side of the road. It was thought she had been hit by a car, which resulted in a likely fractured upper jaw, injuries to the insides of both eyes, and a cut on her leg. We fixed her leg and started her on pain medication and antibiotics. She did so well during her recovery with us and fit in so well with the staff, the shelter let us foster her and ultimatley adopt her due to the severity of the injuries to her eyes and being blind and stressed at the shelter. These injuries could have resulted in cancer in the future, so after a visit to Dr. Klein, a Veterinary Ophthalmologist, it was decided it would be best to remove both eyes. She is able to navigate the busy hospital with ease and she can jump and climb stairs. Her favorite pastimes are chasing paper balls and napping. She has been a wonderful addition to the team.