DOING WHAT’S RIGHT
Integrity is the foundation of our culture. We want to build meaningful relationships between clients and staff members and that means being honest, true to our word, and always acting with a strong moral compass.
Transparency & Clarity
Transparency is the bedrock of trust. We encourage direct communication by exhibiting clear intentions and holding each other accountable.
Efficiency & Collaboration
Our goal is to deliver the most efficient and effective veterinary care through means of collaboration and organization. We are proactive and solution-oriented, which means no compromising on your time and effort.
INSPIRING INNOVATION & EDUCATION
We want our community to grow with us. By being a leader in the community for veterinary care and education, we hope to inspire others to seek truth, think outside the box, and never stop learning.
SYNERGY & COMMUNITY
Everyone has unique capabilities, and we strive to honor the individual strengths of each staff member. We want to build a diverse, passionate team of go-getters, who are encouraged to be their most genuine selves. By building this community with diligence and care, we will all be able to achieve our shared goals.
Strive For Excellence
We are always looking for new ways to help better serve our community and clients, which is why we utilize state-of-the-art technology and train our staff to deliver veterinary care that goes above and beyond.
Meet Our PetMedic Lead Doctor Team
Our top-notch pet care is made possible by our devoted and experienced veterinarians and staff. Learn more about our thorough approach to veterinary medicine, along with our specialties and state-of-the-art facilities.
Aaron Gibbons, DVM
Dr. Aaron Gibbons was born in Arizona and raised in California. He got his start in veterinary medicine 16 years ago at the age of 17. He graduated from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018, and moved to Las Vegas shortly after.
Dr. Gibbons is our lead doctor at Seven Hills Pet Hospital and joined our team in September 2021. He really enjoys nutrition and fascinating internal medicine classes.
When he isn’t working, he loves spending time with family, gardening, woodworking, woodcarving, home improvement, and eating great food!
Erica Monaco, DVM
Dr. Erica Monaco was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV and obtained most of her undergraduate education while serving in the U.S. Army abroad. She received her BS and DVM degrees from Colorado State University and completed a Master of Science in Public Health at the University of Colorado Denver.
Dr. Monaco is our lead doctor at Providence Pet Hospital. Her professional interests include emergency medicine, acupuncture, internal medicine, and public health outreach and education.
In her free time, Dr. Monaco enjoys salsa dancing, golfing, scuba diving, traveling, and cheering for the Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Golden Knights.
Taylor Francher, DVM
Dr. Taylor Francher may not be a native of Las Vegas, but she is a desert rat, having grown up in southwest Arizona. She attended the University of Arizona for her undergraduate studies before receiving her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from North Carolina State University. After graduation, she was eager to return to the land of the sweltering sun and found herself in Las Vegas.
Dr. Francher is our lead doctor at Northwest Pet Hospital. She looks forward to building new relationships with clients and their pets, while striving to provide the highest level of veterinary care. Dr. Francher’s professional interests include internal medicine, dentistry, exotics and education regarding the importance of preventative care and appropriate nutrition.
Dr. Francher spends her free time reading and playing with her young family.
Erika Schroeder, DVM
Growing up in Henderson, Dr. Schroeder’s passions were clear in kindergarten: animals, learning, and playing outside. Over the years her pursuits mirrored these elementary school declarations through her dedicated scientific studies, work with animals, and conservation efforts in the wilderness areas surrounding her city.
She graduated from CSN’s Veterinary Technology program, earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Chemistry Minor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University.
Dr. Schroeder is our lead doctor for Paradise Pet Hospital and her veterinary interests include companion animal medicine and preventative medicine. She enjoys being able to be a part of her community by providing care for Nevadans’ furry family members. Outside the veterinary practice Dr. Schroeder can be found hiking Mount Charleston with her pocket pit Winnemucca, scrambling around Red Rock Canyon, and playing with her ferrets – Pioche and Panaca, as well as her guinea pig, Truckee.
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