EEVMC in the News

Regarding our recent involvement in helping police make an arrest in the case of a stolen therapy dog. – WPXI, WTAE, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – July 17-20, 2011

Going green – DVMNews – Jan 1, 2008

Opened in October, the ecologically friendly East End Veterinary Medical Center seemed a logical step for DVMs Andrea Cangin and Ken Fisher — both environmentally concerned veterinarians wanting to do their part to help conserve, recycle and reduce. Their 3,000-square-foot facility, comprised of exam, surgery and treatment areas, a waiting room and staff office area, is blazing the trail for green practices — not exactly common in veterinary medicine.

New 3,000 sf green veterinary medical facility opens in Shadyside – Pop City Media – October 17, 2007

Designed by evolve EA, the 3,000 square-foot facility houses exam, treatment and surgery rooms, waiting areas and a small office. “It was an empty shell. There wasn’t even a floor,” says Cangin, who strives to run an environmentally friendly practice. “From the standpoint of construction, they used recycled drywall and they recycled wood and cardboard. Our faucets have flow control features; all of our lighting is fluorescent. We have digital x-rays with no chemicals, and we’re a paperless practice.”

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