Dr. Rikia Park is the owner of Sun Ranch Pet Hospital which she opened in June of 1999. She has built and is dedicated to having a well trained, caring staff, that all work as team players.
RELIEF VETERINARIANS: From time to time the need arises to have a relief veterinarian in to relieve Dr. Park. We always take into consideration our clients and their pets as well as the staff to ensure that the same team communication and caring staff is held up.
Annette Stephenson-Reynolds R.V.T. is the Practice Manager and Head Registered Veterinary Technician. She has been with Sun Ranch Pet Hospital and Dr. Park since August 1999. She strives to have a well rounded team whom all work together on multiple levels and is dedicated to overseeing that every pet receives the best possible care available. She has a special interest in dental care and laser therapy for pain control and healing.
Trisha Smith is our lead veterinary assistant. She has been with our team since August 2012. She is dedicated to upholding our facility to a high standard of cleanliness and making sure all animals are treated like a family member.
Jessica McDonald R.V.T. is a 2019 graduate of the CNM Veterinary Technology program and a registered veterinary technician. Jessica is a great addition to our practice and we are glad she is part of our pet care team.
Karina Hernandez is a veterinary assistant/veterinary technician student that joined our team as a veterinary assistant in April 2019. Karina is a valuable and consistent asset to our pet care team and we are glad to have her as she completes her schooling and becomes our newest licensed technician.
Carol Grossman is a part time receptionist/kennel technician, taking care of your pets during their boarding stay with us. She has been with our facility since October 2019. Her goals are for all animals to be part of our family.
Carlie Day is a part time receptionist/kennel technician, taking care of your pets during their boarding stay with us. She has been with our facility since March 2022. She is pursuing an undergraduate degree in hopes of going on to a veterinary program and becoming a veterinarian.