Vets Pets Breaks Ground in Wilson, N.C., to Build New Home for Points East Veterinary Specialty Hospital
WILSON, N.C., Sept. 27, 2022 -- Veterinary hospital network Vets Pets today reported it started construction of…
Wilson, NC (September 24, 2019) – Vets Pets a North Carolina veterinary hospital network, continues to expand with the acquisition of its 18th veterinary practice. Vets Pets and Dr. Brooke Daniel took ownership of Creedmoor Village Veterinary Clinic on the first of September. The first Vets Pets practice in Wake Forest – located at 1436 Brogden Woods Drive, Suite 103, in the Creedmoor Village Shopping Center – will now be called New Light Animal Hospital. To ensure a smooth transition for clients and staff during the change in ownership, Dr. Brooke started working at the former practice in August.
“We’re thrilled to partner with Dr. Brooke on the purchase of Creedmoor Village Veterinary Clinic,” said, Steve Thomas, co-founder, president and chief executive officer of Vets Pets. “Dr. Brooke previously worked for Rolesville Veterinary Hospital – another Vets Pets practice – prior to her veterinary school education and has remained a colleague since. It’s a tremendous pleasure when long-term relationships and planning meet an opportunity and result in an entrepreneurial partnership. Our role will be to oversee New Light Animal Hospital’s practice management and help develop Dr. Brooke and her team into leaders in the profession and community. Dr Brooke is an exceptional doctor with a wonderful demeanor and a natural in offering excellent client service. We look forward to working closely with Dr. Brooke to enhance the care and services offered to local pet owners.”
Dr. Brooke grew up in Wake Forest and attended North Carolina State University for both undergraduate and veterinary school. She graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing small animal medicine in North Carolina for the past five years. Dr. Brooke is focused on providing compassionate, quality care for her patients through client education, communication and preventative care. She also enjoys performing a variety of soft tissue surgeries. She’s looking forward to returning to her hometown to serve Wake Forest residents and their pets.
“I am very excited for this opportunity to come back home and make New Light Animal Hospital my own,” said Dr. Brooke. “I am so grateful for the support and encouragement I’ve received from the team at Vets Pets, and look forward to growing the practice and helping as many people and pets as we can.”
If you’d like more information about New Light Animal Hospital and its services, or you’d like to interview Dr. Brook, contact Mackenzie Smith by email at email@example.com or by phone at 877.703.3824, x106.