Technology in Action at Oakview

In 2019 we are exposed to a whole new realm of social media that we did not see 20 years ago. Many of us, like myself, avoided the social media craze for as long as I could but we now use this as a source to educate and share stories with our clients. The blog we started last year is one of the very many ways we reach out to all of you. As a technician, I am able to share with you topics that are interesting, educating and sometimes funny or heartfelt. We also rely on our Facebook page, Youtube channel, in clinic computer software and website to help us maintain contact with our clients, in addition to the care and attention provided in clinic.

Oakview is considered a paper-light clinic, which means the vast majority of our work is done on the computer. We are fortunate enough to have digital x-ray machines and a wonderful ultrasound machine that allows us to get clear, concise images and get them off to specialists instantly. This helps us get answers quicker, and we don’t have to worry about things getting lost in the mail!

Over the next few weeks, we wanted to pick out a few things that stood out to us as team members of the clinic that help make life a little easier for everyone.

by Nikki Getzloff, CVT

Nikki Finn - Oakview Vet Plover Stevens Point WI
Nikki and her dog Finn

Nikki started working at Oakview in July of 2014 after applying for a position while interning. She graduated with an Associates Degree in Veterinary Science in 2016 and became certified as a technician shortly after graduation. She has a special interest in Imaging as well as shelter medicine.

Nikki shares her life with her son Eli, 2 cats Scout and Shamrock, a chinchilla named Pickachu, a dog named Finn and her horse Bristol. Outside of work she enjoys providing a foster home for pets with the local humane societies, leading her son’s cub scout den, kayaking, camping, riding her horse and overall enjoying the outdoors.

Certified Veterinary Technician at | www.oakviewvet.net

Nikki started working at Oakview in July of 2014 after applying for a position while interning. She graduated with an Associates Degree in Veterinary Science in 2016 and became certified as a technician shortly after graduation. She has a special interest in Imaging as well as shelter medicine.
Nikki shares her life with her son Eli, 2 cats Scout and Shamrock, a chinchilla named Pickachu, a dog named Finn and her horse Bristol. Outside of work she enjoys providing a foster home for pets with the local humane societies, leading her son's cub scout den, kayaking, camping, riding her horse and overall enjoying the outdoors.

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