Lake Meridian Veterinary Hospital is an integral part of the Kent community, with a primary mission to work with clients to help their animals live longer, happier, and healthier lives. Our full service, well-established team provides comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care to our valued clients. We work with clients from a wide range of backgrounds, offering individualized and quality spectrum of care medicine and advice.
Lake Meridian Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to serving the community as a lively and vibrant practice. We are a primary care clinic that sees a variety of cases on a daily basis. We also perform dental procedures and soft tissue surgical cases each day. Our 2 veteran doctors are well qualified to teach and support new grad DVMs and provide guidance as needed. Our recent graduate DVM has spent time working with staff and management to bring new techniques learned from school into the clinic, improving our ability to provide quality care and education. We are well staffed with assistants and technicians that are eager to improve on their skill set and to provide excellent support for the doctors. We currently have 1 LVT, 1 VA in the process of becoming a licensed tech, 8 VAs, and 3 CSRs. The clinic culture prioritizes quality patient care and respect of the human-animal bond.
Get To Know Lake Meridian
Strong Diagnostic Capabilities
2 surgery tables
New computer system throughout hospital
New Doppler BP
New Cardell Touch Veterinary monitor with ECG, SPO2, CO2, and esophageal temp
No after-hours on call of ER shifts.
No Sunday hours.
Investment in our doctors
We encourage professional development at all levels and will financially support advancement through CE, certifications, licensing and membership to professional organizations.
Sign-On, Retention or Relocation bonuses are available.
Mentorship and training for newer veterinarians is also available. (New grads welcome!)
We work closely with our neighboring NVA hospitals and offer our doctors time to go and visit other clinics so they can develop relationships that help with their own development
How you will Advance Patient Care at Lake Meridian
Minimizing wait times and accommodate more clients efficiently.
Educating the local community about preventative and wellness care.
Potential ability to expand hours and offer even more flexible schedules for doctors and staff.
National Veterinary Associates is a leading global pet care organization united in the love of animals and the people who love them.
NVA, a community of approximately 1,400 premier locations consisting primarily of general practice veterinary hospitals in addition to equine hospitals and pet resorts, and Ethos Veterinary Health, which consists of 145 world-class specialty and emergency hospitals, are rooted in a culture of compassion and innovation.
NVA and EVH’s innovative, collaborative approach underpins a shared commitment to delivering exceptional veterinary care. For more information, visit www.nva.com.
The Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association is the recognized voice of veterinary medicine in Nebraska. We organize local and statewide events for professional development, networking, and communications.