Heartland Veterinary Hospital is one of the few rural medical facilities that has a full-time veterinary clinic and is open to the public.
It was established in 2012 by the National Rural Hospital Association, which is a national voluntary network of rural hospitals that have a focus on improving rural health.
The hospital, which offers veterinary surgery, surgery services and basic veterinary care is the second in the state of Michigan and is one-third the size of the city’s largest urban hospital.
The veterinary clinic is the only one in the US that offers veterinary services in a rural setting, and the hospital also offers general veterinary care and is a regional hub for local veterinarians.
Here are some of the highlights of the hospital’s activities:The veterinary clinic at Heartland veterinary hospital, Michigan (Photo: Heartland Animal Hospital)Read moreHeartland Veterinary’s veterinary clinic, which also operates out of a clinic, is located at 1255 East East Lake Street in the heart of the village of Westland, Michigan.
It is open seven days a week from 9am to 5pm.
Patients and staff are given general veterinary services including vaccinations, X-rays, x-rays and skin exams.
At the clinic, patients are seen by a doctor in a traditional chair, while the staff is located in a small waiting room.
There are no outside areas for visitors to visit.
Dr. David Dutton, the head of the veterinary clinic says that Heartland’s veterinary team can be seen as the equivalent of the medical corps in the United States.
He says that the clinic’s goal is to provide a welcoming and respectful environment for all our patients.
“We want to create a safe, caring environment where all patients feel comfortable to come in and have their medical examinations, their vaccinations, their x-ray and skin tests done,” Dutton told ABC News.
“It’s a very diverse community and the only thing that we do is have the best of what we have.”
Dr. Michael Janssens, the medical director of the facility, told ABC that the hospital is a model for what the veterinary profession can do.
“We’re a community-based veterinary practice and we’re very conscious of what that means for our patients,” he said.
“The way that we care for them, and how we’re going to help them, is all part of that.”
The clinic is home to about 1,200 residents.
A small team of veterinarians and their families works on the clinic each day, providing a high-quality veterinary service to its patients.
The clinic also offers classes for children and young adults to learn basic veterinary skills.
Dutton said that the veterinary staff at Heartlands are extremely supportive of their patients.
He says that they see patients as patients first and foremost.
In an interview with ABC News, Dr. Dutton said, “I think our veterinary staff are the best at what they do and we try to do everything we can to make our patients feel like they’re part of the team.”
Dr Jans, the veterinarian at Heartwood, also explained the importance of having a supportive and compassionate veterinary staff.
“It’s all about making sure we are supporting each other, and making sure that we’re treating them right,” he told ABC.
Dr. Duto, the resident vet at Heartton, said that in general, the veterinary community is a welcoming place for everyone.
When asked if he is satisfied with the facility’s veterinary services, Dr Jans said that he would be “very satisfied if we could have a better vet clinic.”
“We have to be able to have our staff be very respectful and respectful to patients and to patients’ families,” he explained.
“If we can improve on our practice in that area, then we’re happy to do that.”
Dr Dutton says that while the veterinary team at Heartwoods is dedicated to providing the best veterinary services to their patients, the staff of the Heartland clinic have different goals in mind for their services.
According to Dr Dutton the veterinarians hope to serve the community better through the veterinary practice.