The experienced veterinarians, technicians, and support team at Red Mountain Animal Clinic, along with our state-of-the-art facility and diagnostic equipment, supply the finest in veterinary care to each of our patients. From consultations to boarding, our mission is to supply outstanding, professional service.
|Address||2148 Grn Sprngs Highwy S|
|Phone Number||(205) 326-8080|
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Anesthesia is used for many procedures in veterinary medicine. Although there is always anesthetic risk involved when putting a patient under anesthesia, many improvements have been made to GREATLY reduce these risks. At our clinic, we check every parameter possible to safely anesthetize our patients. A good physical exam and pre-anesthetic bloodwork are always recommended. Skin cytology can offer great incite to a patient's condition. Many times they have bacterial and/or fungal infections that can be diagnosed with skin cytologies.
Many of our employees begin as students and/or volunteers. Airene fits that description completely. She began as a straight A student her junior year of high school in 2013 and has continued into Veterinary School as a student at Tuskegee University. Many weekend, holidays, and summers she can be found at RMAC without missing a beat! Here at Red Mountain we love to teach and help any student or upcoming individual who has an interest in Veterinary Medicine. We allow volunteers to come and watch/help whenever there is a space open.
Dr. Belinda Eckhoff (affectionately known to her family, friends, and clients as Dr. BE) is a native of Moody, Alabama. She acquired her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine (TUSVM) in 2008. Prior to attending TUSVM, she received her Associate's Degree in Applied Science/Veterinary Technology from Snead State community College and became a licensed veterinary technician in the state of Alabama in 2002 TUSVM hired her as a licensed veterinary technician the year of her graduation where she quickly became a big fan of the students, staff, and faculty at the school.