Natalie Mair-Williamson, CVT
While attending the Art Institute of Boston, Natalie started working at the Animal Rescue League of Boston in shelter medicine and somehow ended up staying in the animal field. She and her husband moved to Oregon in 1992, where she started working at Pacific Veterinary Hospital. She challenged the boards and became a Certified Veterinary Technician in the State of Oregon. She was encouraged by Kerri Jackson, DVM to get certified in animal ultrasound, which was achieved in 2015 through Oncura Veterinary Medicine.
As a Practice Manager as well as a Certified Veterinary Technician, she continually pushes to make sure that the hospital’s medicine the best that it can be. She strives to ensure that the animals and their families are receiving the best care and compassion that they can provide. She loves taking in new employees and teaching them how important what they do is. This has never been just a job to her, she takes great pride in her work and most importantly in the hospital works and how they are perceived among-st their peers.