Queenstown Veterinary Hosptial welcomes patients to new facility
QUEENSTOWN — Dr. Marianne Bailey officially opened the doors of the newly constructed facility of Queenstown Veterinary Hospital at 105 4-H Park Road in Queenstown on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
Bailey acquired the practice from long-time vet, Dr. Edward Hammer on his retirement last year. The existing facility was leveled to create a deeper parking area in front of the new building.
FMD Architects of Fairlawn, Ohio, and builder, Kline Rostocil Construction of Mentor, Ohio, were chosen specifically by Bailey for their vast experience in state-of-the-art veterinary hospitals, she said.
“Their expertise, combined with highly qualified local contractors resulted in a building that uniquely positions the doctors and staff of Queenstown Veterinary Hospital to provide advanced medical care for our community’s pets in an optimal environment,” said Bailey.
The new facility hosts separate dog and cat waiting areas, four exam rooms — one exclusively for cats, a children’s play area, inhouse digital full-body and dental radiography, dedicated dental and surgical suites and an in-house pharmacy. Other amenities include acoustic paneling in the dog kennel to reduce noise and stress and a hygienic synthetic turf exercise area for dogs.
Queenstown Veterinary Hospital does not provide care for large animals, but has recently expanded their service to include boarding for cats and dogs.
Bailey’s special interests include surgery and geriatric care and she is excited about finding new and innovative ways to provide those services to her clients on the eastern shore. “Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep your pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise,” said Bailey.
Bailey is joined by fellow veterinarians, Dr. Heather Myers and Dr. Janice Tesi.