The Veterinary Clinic of the Mineral Area in the Community

Community

While ensuring the health and wellbeing of animals throughout the Mineral Area is our primary motivation, our doctors and staff also view service to our community as a defining value of our practice. In all, our doctors and staff routinely volunteer and serve in our churches, schools, municipal and other community organizations.

The Veterinary Clinic of the Mineral Area cosponsors several community events, such as Country Days and our local fair. Our veterinarians also visit schools several times each year to promote veterinary medicine, pet safety, and proper care of pets.

Additionally, Dr. Ben Rothlisberger serves on the Farmington School Board and is active within the Life Church of Farmington. Dr. Andre Oberle works with several local animal rescue groups, and supports numerous charitable organizations. Dr. Philip Falch routinely goes to career days for grade schools, encourages and mentors future veterinarians and works with a number of 4H groups. In fact, all of our veterinarians and staff are actively involved with their respective communities and are active participants in their churches, schools and other organizations.

Given all of the hard work that we do within and outside of our facility, we are very honored to have been voted Best Veterinary Clinic by the readers of Insider 573 Magazine.

We are proud to play a role in helping sustain the vibrancy of our community and enjoy being one of many hands making the Mineral Area a special place to live and work.

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Community Involvement