*OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION AND WITH THE HEALTH OF YOU, OUR CLIENTS AND EMPLOYEES WE ARE IMPLEMENTING A TEMPORARY CHANGE TO OUR “IN PERSON” INTERVIEW PROCEDURE. IF MOVED ON IN OUR INTERVIEW PROCESS WE WILL OFFER A VIDEO INTERVIEW BY GOOGLE HANGOUTS OR SKYPE. THIS WILL ALLOW YOU TO CONTINUE IN OUR INTERVIEW PROCESS BUT ALSO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF THE CORONAVIRUS.*
What makes up special and why should you come work with us out of all the hospitals in the Bay Area?
Because, we are an open hospital.
We are proud of our team and we want to show off your superhero skills to the world! No hiding behind closed doors at Adobe. You will do many of your skills and treatments in front of clients. You will see it saves time, earns the respect of the clients, the pets are often happier and you will experience a different level of relationship and trust with your clients and your patients. You can be proud to be an Adobe Superhero!
Not sure yet? Check out the video of our superheroes in action and then hear straight from them what they think about an open hospital!
See our Superheroes in Action with our Open Hospital and Our Clients
We get to brag to other techs, doctors & even our family about how cool our hospital is!
See pages 24-30
We are proud to work in an Open Hospital!
As the owner of one German Shepherd and two cats, I love the open hospital aspect! I see the hard work that the medical team puts into the treatment of my pets and how much they care for them! Also, in the few times my pets have had reactions to things, I was able to see what happened, how fast everybody responded to make sure they were okay all the while explaining everything to me. You will definitely see value for what you pay for here! Now, even if I can’t be there, I know they are in good hands.” ~ Summer Burke-Irmiter, Hospital Administrator, Owner
“An Open Hospital to me means a place where clients can be with their pets during a treatment or procedure. This often helps the pet be less scared and allows the owner to be a part of the process.” ~ Jennifer Koga, DVM,Hospital Owner
“Cusco got into the trash last month and I had to take him to the local emergency vet here in Pittsburgh. They wouldn’t let me be involved with any treatments and whisked him away for 2 hours to do xrays and emesis. I cried as soon as he left me and I was so nervous. It was the first time in 20 years my pet was taken from me and I imagine how hard it must be for clients especially in critical emergency situations. I am so so proud to be part of an open hospital policy and truly believe it is the best for everyone.”
“I can not imagine working in a non open hospital. That seems very foreign to me. Love this place and all we do for our patients and the clients.” ~Simone, ICU Technician (pictured with Team Member who retired after 23 years)