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Employee Profile – Barb Bove

Posted at November 28, 2014 | By : | Categories : Our Hospital | Comments Off on Employee Profile – Barb Bove

Barb

Barb has been an employee at Briarcrest Veterinary Care Center for 12 years! She is the main receptionist and therefore the person most clients identify with our front desk. Barb arrives at the hospital, usually before anyone else, to prepare for the day. She answers our busy phones throughout her shift, making appointments, answering questions, and checking on our patient’s progress. She greets our clients and patients and directs them to where they need to be and checks out our clients at the end of the visit. She also assists with the training and supervision of our other front desk personnel.

 

 

 

Candidates for veterinary receptionist roles are often pet owners, who decide to bring their love of animals into a professional sphere. Feeling comfortable around animals and demonstrating kindness and compassion is essential as animals often arrive at veterinary practices in distress or pain. A pleasant demeanour and the ability to communicate in a clear and friendly manner with visiting pet owners are also essential traits required by a vet receptionist.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8588311_do-do-become-veterinarian-receptionist.html

Candidates for veterinary receptionist roles are often pet owners, who decide to bring their love of animals into a professional sphere. Feeling comfortable around animals and demonstrating kindness and compassion is essential as animals often arrive at veterinary practices in distress or pain. A pleasant demeanour and the ability to communicate in a clear and friendly manner with visiting pet owners are also essential traits required by a vet receptionist.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8588311_do-do-become-veterinarian-receptionist.html
Candidates for veterinary receptionist roles are often pet owners, who decide to bring their love of animals into a professional sphere. Feeling comfortable around animals and demonstrating kindness and compassion is essential as animals often arrive at veterinary practices in distress or pain. A pleasant demeanour and the ability to communicate in a clear and friendly manner with visiting pet owners are also essential traits required by a vet receptionist.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8588311_do-do-become-veterinarian-receptionist.html
Candidates for veterinary receptionist roles are often pet owners, who decide to bring their love of animals into a professional sphere. Feeling comfortable around animals and demonstrating kindness and compassion is essential as animals often arrive at veterinary practices in distress or pain. A pleasant demeanour and the ability to communicate in a clear and friendly manner with visiting pet owners are also essential traits required by a vet receptionist.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/info_8588311_do-do-become-veterinarian-receptionist.html

“Barb brings her love of animals into a professional sphere. She feels comfortable around animals and demonstrates kindness and compassion to pets that often arrive at the practice in distress or pain. She has the ability to communicate in a clear and friendly manner with our clients.”

Dr. Craig Nausley

 

“The gratification I get working at Briarcrest Veterinary Care Center is helping clients get their ill pets seen by our very qualified doctors and staff in a state-of-art practice. I feel pride in our practice, whatever the outcome, as I know our staff has given above and beyond to our patient’s health. The joyful part is introducing puppies and kittens to clinic life with their first experiences. On a personal note, as I am a people person who enjoys helping others and talking with others, Briarcrest Veterinary Care Center is a wonderful practice with great clients to do this with.”

Barbara Bove