Second doctor added to veterinary services
The addition of Civilian Veterinarian Stephanie Wire to Great Lakes Veterinary Services has resulted in increased access to care.
“With our new doctor we can increase consistency of appointments,” said Veterinarian, Branch Chief Army Major Corinn Hardy. “We can offer more surgery and dental cleaning.”
In addition to Hardy and Wire, treatment facility personnel include Vet Techs PFC Richard Grabowski and Specialist Brian Allen, and receptionist Corey Whitaker.
Wire is available at the clinic Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m,, when she sees, by appointment, privately-owned animals of active duty military, retirees, reservists on orders for greater than 30 days, and their family members with a valid military ID card,
Military working dogs and government agency dogs are seen by Hardy daily as needed.
Wire, who came to Veterinary Services last month, is originally from Munich, Germany and came to Ottawa, Ill. at the age of 16. She and her husband Phillip live in Oglesby, Ill., a state park where he is a game warden. The couple met when both were in the National Guard. Wire joined the guard when she was a junior in high school, was a member for eight years, and is currently in the reserves.
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