of our patients, clients, and employees above all
-- for the sake of the greater whole
For 33 Years
Dr. Greg McWilliams, DVM MS, MBA, DVM
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
MS in Business Administration
MS in Anatomy and Physiology
SAINT MARY'S COLLEGE OF CALIFORNIA
BS in Print Journalism
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. He attended the Institute of Economics and Political Studies (Cambridge University and London School of Economics) and the University of Cape Town South Africa where he studied print content analysis. 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 through 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 and abdominal ultrasound 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.”
Greg resides in Capitol Hill with his youthful and vivacious Vizsla named Charlie.
Dr. Kathleen Koppa, DVM DVM
Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Kathleen Koppa completed her pre-vet studies at the University of Washington in Seattle and then earned her DVM at Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Pullman. Prior to veterinary school she followed her love of horses, and worked for several years as a dressage trainer. During veterinary school she started to enjoy and develop her passion for small animal medicine, especially internal medicine and surgery, and the human-animal bond. She officiates at a local retriever club’s working trials in Carnation, and she continues to enjoy riding. Cooking, fishing, reading, and hiking the local trails with her husband and son are also favored pastimes. Her current pets include a Pomeranian, a Swedish Warmblood horse and two spoiled chickens, Edwina and Clotilda.
Dr. Eunice Park, DVM
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Shane was born in Montana many moons ago. After living there for 20 years he moved to Yakima, Washington for 15 years before moving to Seattle. His son is going on 18 and will be joining the Marine Corps. He has one amazing 5-year-old dog named Khaleesi. Hobbies includes live shows and playing his bass. He enjoys hiking, fishing, and considers himself a “a hole-in-the-wall” foodie.
Oregon State University
Chelsey grew up in the Seattle area and attended the University of Washington where she earned a Bachelors degree in English Literature. She recently relocated back to Washington after 4 1/2 years in Oregon pursuing a post-bac in Zoology to prepare herself for veterinary school. In her spare time she can be found traveling or hiking. Her home menagerie consists of goofy poodle mix Kevin Snapjacks, senior Maltese Buddy Holly and two cats, Cosmo Kramer and Archie. Life goals include becoming a veterinarian, visiting every country before she dies, and live to be 120 years old!
She has a soft spot for geriatric & special needs dogs, grumpy cats, and birds.
Jenna, VA Veterinary Assistant
Jenna grew up between Bothell and Chelan Washington and now lives in Wallingford with her best friends. She graduated from the University of Washington in 2014 with a degree in Psychology and a focus in Animal Behavior. In college Jenna worked with Wolves and Macaque Monkeys. While having fostered some wonderful pit bulls, her family pets have always been Dachshunds and she is a self-proclaimed ‘crazy wiener dog lady’. Jenna makes frequent trips to her parent’s house to visit her dogs Piper, Sophie, and Danke. In her spare time she can be found binge watching historical dramas and reality tv shows with her friends!
Kristin, VA Veterinary Assistant
Originally from Central California, Kristin moved to Seattle in the summer of 2016. She lives in Capitol Hill with her fiancé and two cats – Samson and Cricket. In the near future, she’s hoping to attend a veterinary school in the Seattle area. After obtaining her veterinary technicians license, Kristin hopes to work primarily with big cats – a dream she has had since childhood. In her free time, Kristin practices making herbal salves, tinctures and balms with ingredients she finds on hikes around the PNW.
Joseph, Kennel Kennel
Joseph is from Seattle, Washington and went to Shorewood High School. He loves to spend time with his sister, Sara and his brother, Peter. What he loves most about working at Broadway Veterinary Hospital is spending time with all the dogs- he can pretty much identify any breed! When Joseph is not at work he can be found hanging out with his friends, playing video games, or watching his favorite sports.
Monika, Kennel Kennel
Monika grew up in Sumner, WA but in 2013 she and her mother moved to Seattle. Monika has loved learning to be a city girl and now lives in Capitol Hill. Her favorite part about working at Broadway Veterinary Hospital is getting to spend time with cats that she loves- (especially Frank the office cat, he always makes her smile). She is so glad to be working at Broadway Vet where the staff are wonderful!
Frank Storm Resident Feline
Frank came to Broadway Veterinary Hospital in the summer of 2016. Since joining he has served many roles including: a caretaker when people are sad, a fun-loving companion when people want to play, and a confidant to staff in need of solace. On any given day Frank can be found napping in one of his favorite chairs, chasing strings or toys around the hospital, or sitting patiently to greet clients as they walk through the door.
spays / neuters
adult / senior wellness
long term health management
soft tissue surgery
radiology / oncology
WE ARE CAT FRIENDLY.
Animal health care matters, but veterinary medicine is more than just health care.
IT’S WORKING HARD TO KEEP SERVICES AFFORDABLE SO PETS RECEIVE THE CARE THEY NEED. WE WORK HARD TO KEEP THE EXPENSE OF OUR SERVICES AS LOW AS POSSIBLE AND PROVIDE FREE CARE FOR THOSE LESS FORTUNATE THROUGH GENEROUS DONATIONS TO THE VETERINARY CARE FOUNDATION – a NON-PROFIT FOUNDATION COMMITTED TO THE WELL BEING OF ANIMALS. BELOW IS A LIST OF COMMON PROCEDURES AND PRICES TO HELP YOU MAKE EDUCATED DECISIONS…
|Procedures/services||Estimated Cost||Procedures/services||Estimated Cost|
|Emergency Exam||$99||Anesthetic Dental (Mild)||$431-879|
|All Vaccines||$20 each||Anesthetic Dental (Mod)||$555-999|
|Canine Spay||$246-439*||Anesthetic Dental (sev)||$1,301-2,349|
|Feline Spay||$299-447*||Knee Surgery by TPLO||$2,167-2,330|
|Rabbit Spay||$299-477*||Knee Surgery by lateral teather (extracapsular)||$1,325-1,438|
|Rodent Spay||$299-477*||FHO (Hip surgery)||$1,601-1,858|
|Canine Castration||$179-506*||Broken bone repair||$1000-2,500|
|Feline Castration||$154-447*||Medial Luxating Patella (loose knee cap)||$1,548-1,916|
|Rabbit Castration||$154-447*||Mass removal||$432-1,231|
|Rodent Castration||$154-447*||Laceration/bite wound||$379-642|
* The prices for spays and castrations include the surgical procedure, pre-operative medications, induction, anesthesia, IV fluid support, multi-parameter monitoring, and post-operative pain medications. Additional cost is associated with pre-operative blood work, which may be needed on a case-by-case basis. Price varies based on patient’s size. For an estimate specific for your pet, please don’t hesitate to contact our front desk at 206.322.5444.
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