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Posted on 07-14-2015
My name is Adam Berman and I am so very excited to announce the grand opening of the newest veterinary hospital servicing the Charlotte, Pineville and Ballantyne areas of North Carolina. Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital will be opening within Quail Corners Shopping Center on Park Road this September 2015. Our goal is to provide the highest quality, most progressive veterinary medicine to your dog or cat, at a reasonable cost, all while striving to create the best experience for our clients (both with two and four legs).
First, a little about myself: I am a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!). Over the past 5 years, I have honed my experience and skills at several local practices including Dilworth Animal Hospital and TotalBond Veterinary Hospitals in the Charlotte area. My experience at these various local practices has aided in the development of my own personal vision for Quail Hollow Veterinary Hospital. At home, I am a family man and enjoy spending as much time as possible with my lovely wife Ivy , my two and a half year old Evelyn and my nine month old son Isaac. As anyone with small kids knows, that pretty much consumes all my free time. But I wouldn’t have it any other way! We have two crazy labs, Emma and Sophie, and according to my wife, I have a cat (she doesn’t claim him). Mr. Pookey Bear is my geriatric kitty at about 17 years old and practically blind and deaf. Aside from the obnoxious meowing at 5 in the morning and the occasional pile of vomit he leaves on our bed, I love that cat.
This adventure has been tremendously exciting so far as I turn this idea into a reality. I have created this blog to share this journey with you and am very excited to see where the journey takes us!
We look forward to connecting with you and getting to know your pets. Shoot me an email, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter or heck, even pick up the phone and give me an old-fashioned call to chat! Please check back for regular posts detailing the construction of our hospital and countdown to opening day.
Dr. Adam Berman
Adam, it is clear from your post that you love what you do and I am sure your clients will sense that right away! I wish you the very best in your new business journey. How exciting!