of our patients, clients, and employees above all
-- for the sake of the greater whole
spays / neuters
adult / senior wellness
soft tissue surgery
radiology / oncology
long term health management
end of life decisions
WE ARE CAT FRIENDLY.
A Cat Friendly Practice has met the criteria set by the American Association of Feline Practitioners and has been awarded certification.
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Dr. Greg McWilliams MS, MBA, DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
MS in Business Administration
MS in Anatomy and Physiology
Born and raised in the citrus growing community of Exeter, CA, Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in print journalism from Saint Mary’s College of California. After working as a newspaper reporter in California, he became inspired by his own pets (two Hungarian Vizslas named Grace and Truman) to become a veterinarian. He worked his way though veterinary school in a small animal orthopedic research laboratory developing products and procedures that help humans and animals alike. After finishing veterinary school, he completed a post-doctoral in medicine and surgery at the Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center. He received additional training in knee surgery, fracture repairs, and is “master TPLO certified.” Passions include orthopedic surgery, critical care, and oncology.
“My mother used to say that the only unconditional love in this world comes from pets – and sometimes our parents. I couldn’t have picked a more fitting profession that not only propagates the well being of animals – but also the happiness of their owners.”
Dr. Sandra Coon DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
Born in Swedish Hospital Sandy grew up in rural Bothell. She haunted the neighboring dog breeder, sheep rancher, and dairy farm and fell in love with animals and the people who cared for and valued them. After attending a C-Section helping to revive puppies as they came out, she never questioned what she wanted to do with her life.
Sandy finds great joy in being a general practitioner, she loves preventative health care best of all. Helping animals to stay healthy is really what it is all about. Additionally she loves dentistry, and chronic disease management such as kidney disease, hyperthyroid disease, hypertension and geriatric animals. Sandy has practiced at Broadway Veterinary Hospital since 1990. Sandy lives in North Seattle with her husband, son, dog, cats, and guppies. She thrives in the outdoors practicing permaculture, organic gardening and volunteering at Cascade K-8 Community School.
Dr. Deana McReynolds DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
BS in Mathematics
Deana joined the practice in 2011. She has lived and worked in the greater Seattle/Tacoma area for her entire life. She was inspired to become a veterinarian when her 2 year old cocker spaniel Lady was diagnosed with lymphosarcoma and she saw how compassionate and knowledgeable the veterinary oncologist and staff were. She enjoys small animal medicine, especially behavior, nutrition and bulldog medicine. Deana headed the movement at Broadway to become the first certified Feline Friendly Practice in 2012. Because of this training, our feline patients feel more relaxed and comfortable during exams and specimen collection. She has volunteered at Seattle Humane Society’s Pet Project providing low income AIDs patients veterinary care for their pets and currently volunteers for the Chicken Soup Brigade providing food to low income AIDs patients. She is passionate about the Seahawks, Mariners, quilting and her 7 year old yellow lab/greyhound mix Kia.
Steve Cocci Licensed Veterinary Technician
Associates of Science
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
BS in Landscape Architecture
Steve has been in veterinary medicine since 1998 working nearly exclusively as a technician. He’s since segued into management and works hard at taking care of our employees so they can take care of your furry friends. Steve has been working on his landscape architecture degree part time at the University of Washington. As a former professional ski instructor and alpine ski coach, Steve plans on building ski resorts around the world. In his spare time he enjoys Aikido (yes, he’s a black belt), Tennis and walking his two very enthusiastic Rottweiler’s Loomis and Sushi.
Nyla Potter Licensed veterinary technician
Associates in Animal Technology
Nyla’s career experience in veterinary medicine has encompassed emergency, surgery, companion, mixed and wildlife practices. She has a Dental Technician 1 certification. Nyla is a past president of the Washington State Association of Veterinary Technicians. Her work in local pet rescue networks and a deaf Dalmatian puppy, lead to a passion for pet behavior. Studying with pet behavior consultant and author William E. Campbell, she completed the pet behavior consultant course and consulted at local veterinary practices in the Puget Sound area. A lifelong animal enthusiast, she has raised rabbits, chickens, dogs and horses. She successfully competed in breed and club sponsored competitions with her Collie dogs and Miniature horses. Finishing AKC Companion Dog titles, Earning AWCA Herding instinct certifications. Winning AMHR National Champion Country Pleasure Driving titles. Her personnel interests include Genealogy research and Hobby farming.
Maureen O’Connor Licensed Veterinary Technician
Delgado Community College
AAS Veterinary Technology
Maureen is a licensed veterinary technician who just joined us from Portland, OR where she was working for a local non-profit that treats the pets of Portland’s homeless residents and teaching at a veterinary technology program. She still spends some weekends back in Portland for homeless pet and Zeuterin clinics whenever possible.
“I am a Northwest native but have spent the last ten years in Charleston, SC; New Orleans, LA; and Portland OR. As an AmeriCorps member working for Habitat for Humanity when Katrina hit in 2005, I helped many abandoned and stray animals. It was amazing to see the transformation of the scrawny, scraggly street cat s into happy, healthy and super shiny lap cats! After leaving New Orleans I found my next adventure in life, the wonderful world of veterinary medicine!”
Matt Layland Veterinary technician
THE MEDIX SCHOOL
Matt has 12 years of technical experience and has now transitioned into the management sector. While learning how to better serve the animals of our community in these new roles, he applies his technical experience to everyday care of our patients. You will notice him constantly moving around the clinic, always with a smile on his face, keeping the clinic running smoothly and helping morale stay high.
Tiffany Mckee Veterinary technician
STATE UNIVERSITY NORTH GEORGIA
GEORGIA PERIMETER COLLEGE
Tiffany is BVH’s part-time receptionist. You’ll find her answering phones and helping clients at the front desk every Monday and Tuesday. She has been working in veterinary services since 2003 and has been here at BVH since May of 2013. Tiffany has supported emergency facilities, ASPCA shelters, non-profit organizations and traditional veterinary clinics alike. Tiffany grew up in Atlanta, GA and volunteered for various Atlanta area programs including Pets Are Loving Support, Ruffus Rescue, and Animal Savers Rescue.
Christy Johnson veterinary technician
Veterinary Assistance Program
Christy has been living in the Seattle area for the past year, and has been working in small animal practices for the past 5 years. Southern CA, to Reno NV, to Seattle WA, she has always felt at home in the animal medical industry. She finds the best part of the job is seeing people bring their pets in for preventative care, because she feels that it is very important having a healthy animal in your family.Her goal/passion is to work with exotic animals and wildlife preservation. Personal interests include mushroom hunting, exploring the city with her boyfriend, Michael, and spending time with their cat Espresso (a.k.a. “Beast”).
Lauren Spear Designer
BFA Graphic Design
BS in Interior Design
Born and raised in Montana, Lauren has spent the last decade between Colorado, Northern California, and now Washington. Since then, she has worked in a number fields and industries, to include architecture, interior design, marketing, graphics, and brand management. Lauren now lives in Seattle, working for a local architecture and planning firm, while flexing her creative muscles here at BVH — assuring our appearances are in tip-top-shape!
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