St Francis 24 Hr. Animal Hospital has the best doctors ...
Dr. Baker, a Vancouver native, founded St. Francis 24 Hr Animal Hospital in 2000. Dr. Baker earned a veterinary degree from Washington State University in 1995 and gained a wealth of experience in 24-hour veterinary hospitals that offered both general and emergency medicine. He enjoys the continuity of care that a 24-hour facility can provide and takes pleasure in the chance each day to help pets with serious medical problems regain their quality of life.
Dr. Stanhope graduated from Washington State University in May 2003 with his degree in veterinary medicine and has practiced at St. Francis Animial Hospital since. He enjoys treating a variety of species, including exotic patients. He has also developed a special interest in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. He has obtained additional training in orthopedic procedures and now performs a variety of fracture repairs as well as TPLO surgeries (an orthopedic procedure to repair cranial cruciate ligament rupture). Versatility is his guiding professional goal, and he particularly likes to be able to treat any species he might have as his own pet. At home, Dr. Stanhope currently has two dogs (including the dog on which he performed his first spay!), many rats, two bearded dragons, a rehabilitated iguana, and two pigeons.
Sara Stoll received her veterinary degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California in 2008. After spending a year in general veterinarian practice, she’s excited for the opportunity to work in a 24-hour facility. Her primary professional interest is internal medicine. Originally from Michigan, she’s enjoying exploring the local parks and trails with her Chihuahua, TJ.
Candis Tuason received her veterinary degree from Washington State University in 2012. She has an interest in surgery, but enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine. Dr. Tuason grew up in Bremerton, Washington and has spent the last 9 years on the east side of Washington. She is excited to be back on the west side and spends her free time exploring all the areas around Vancouver with her husband. In addition to her new husband, Dr. Tuason shares her house with three rats, a cat and a dog.
Dr. Allison Maxey is a recent transplant to the Pacific Northwest after living 20+ years in the South. She completed her undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University before receiving her veterinary medicine degree from Oklahoma State University in 2014. She has a strong interest in internal medicine, ophthalmology, and clinical pathology. In her spare time she enjoys reading, cooking and baking, traveling, and exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her 2 dogs, Sadie & Haven.
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