Reata Veterinary Hospital

Reata is Growing

Hospital construction in progress

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The Plan

At Reata Equine Veterinary Group in Tucson, Arizona, we are excited to announce some momentous upcoming changes to our practice of veterinary medicine. In addition to our current equine and mobile services, we are expanding to offer small animal services and 24/7 emergency care. We are thrilled to embark on this new journey and look forward to serving all of your four-legged family members.

We are currently in the process of building Reata Veterinary Hospital. Our entire team is thrilled and can’t want to have this new venture up and running to better serve our clients in Southern Arizona.
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The Location

Reata Veterinary Hospital will be a mixed animal hospital providing a wide range of services for companion animals, 24-7. It will be located on Old Vail Road between Houghton and Rita Road. This facility is being built from the ground up and will be outfitted with state-of-the-art veterinary equipment to provide exceptional diagnostics and patient care.

In addition to providing comprehensive care for companion animals, our new hospital will offer equine surgery and hospital care, 24-7. You’ll never need to worry about making the long trip to Phoenix when your horse is sick or injured again
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The Team

All the current members of the Reata family will continue to be involved with Reata Veterinary Hospital. We are also bringing in some new members of the family that fit well with our high standards of reliability and animal care quality. Keep an eye on our updates to learn more about our team as we grow.
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The Construction

The plans for Construction of Reata Veterinary Hospital began in October 2020. We anticipate that the project will be complete in the summer/fall of 2023.
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Construction Progress

Construction Progress

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Updates

Over the next several months, we will be sharing updates to keep current and prospective clients up-to-date on our progress and the latest news involving Reata Veterinary Hospital. Be sure to check back every month for the latest updates.

Learn More

We are excited about this project and can’t wait to share updates with our current clients as well as pet parents who may be interested in bringing their small animals to Reata Veterinary Hospital. You can expect to see regular updates here on our new website, in emailed newsletters, and on our social media pages. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to make sure you don’t miss a single update.
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Leaders in
Equine Care

Dr. Conaway was the first equine veterinarian in Tucson to provide endoscopy, ultrasound, and digital radiography and have a certified veterinary technician on staff. When Dr. Ann Pearson presented her scientific paper on a new dental disease in horses, she was the first veterinarian from Southern Arizona to present a scientific paper at the prestigious AAEP National Convention (American Association of Equine Practitioners).

Dr. Conaway has always believed that education is the best way to help his patients, so he created the Southern Arizona Equine Healthcare Symposium. We look forward to broadening our horizons and extending the same level of care we provide for our equine patients to small animals in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona.

Reata is also the practice certified by the University of Arizona to teach veterinary students equine practice. We are excited to have so many bright minds in our group!
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Leaders in
Equine Care

Dr. Conaway was the first equine veterinarian in Tucson to provide endoscopy, ultrasound, and digital radiography and have a certified veterinary technician on staff. When Dr. Ann Pearson presented her scientific paper on a new dental disease in horses, she was the first veterinarian from Southern Arizona to present a scientific paper at the prestigious AAEP National Convention (American Association of Equine Practitioners).

Dr. Conaway has always believed that education is the best way to help his patients, so he created the Southern Arizona Equine Healthcare Symposium. We look forward to broadening our horizons and extending the same level of care we provide for our equine patients to small animals in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona.

Reata is also the practice certified by the University of Arizona to teach veterinary students equine practice. We are excited to have so many bright minds in our group!
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We Care

At Reata, we have been serving the large animal community of Southern Arizona since 1978. As our practice grows, our partnerships with TROT and the University of Arizona will continue to develop in our new facility.
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