New Hope Animal Hospital Welcomes Dr. Hraban

DURHAM, N.C., May 22, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- New Hope Animal Hospital of Durham, NC, recently welcomed a new veterinarian to the team. Dr. Beth Hraban recently joined veterinarians Dr. Soren Windram, Dr. Christine Bush and Dr. Robyn Hahn, bringing the number of veterinarians on staff up to four. "We couldn't be more pleased about welcoming Dr. Hraban to the team," said Dr. Windram. "She has the credentials and experience that are needed to deliver top-notch care to the pets of the residents of Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas," he added.

Residents of the area who bring their pets in for wellness exams and other services are sure to notice a new face over the next few months. Dr. Hraban grew up on a Nebraska farm, and she went on to earn her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Kansas State University in 2008. From there, she was accepted into a small animal surgery and medicine internship at Florida Veterinary Specialists in Tampa, FL, where she remained for five years. She then relocated to Raleigh in 2014. "I am excited to join Drs. Windram, Hahn and Bush in caring for the pets of Durham and Chapel Hill," said Dr. Hraban. "I look forward to meeting new patients and making them feel welcome," she added.

As a full-service animal hospital, New Hope Animal Hospital offers a complete array of veterinary services. Their services address every stage of pets' lifespans, including vaccinations for newly adopted pets and senior care services for older pets. New Hope Animal Hospital offers emergency services six days a week as well. "We are here for pets and their families. Our animal hospital has seen all kinds of pet emergencies and we are well equipped to handle them,” says Dr. Windram.

Like other veterinarians on staff, Dr. Hraban will assist in delivering an assortment of services to dogs, cats and other pets. The hospital offers surgical services, and they offer dental veterinary care as well. "People don't often realize it, but pets' teeth need as much care as humans'," said Dr. Hraban. "I'm pleased to be joining a practice that promotes dental wellness in pets," she added. The hospital also offers pet boarding, which is nice for pets who are already familiar with the premises and the staff. There's an on-site pharmacy, so patients can get the medications that they need without having to make another trip. Further, the hospital team has easy access to an array of local veterinary specialists. "We are equipped to address any veterinary need imaginable," said Dr. Bush.

New Hope Animal Hospital is located on Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard in Durham, NC. Area residents who require veterinary care for their pets are encouraged to contact the hospital at (919) 490-2000. Existing patients are also reminded to schedule wellness exams for their pets at their earliest convenience. Additional details about their full range of services can be found at


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