Pet Medical Center of Pasco

Dr. Todd Coleman, owner of the second-generation family-owned veterinary clinic Pet Medical Center of Pasco, completed a $400,000 expansion and remodel designed to better serve growing demand for veterinary services in the Tri-Cities. 

The project at 8823 Sandifur Parkway expanded the clinic to 13,000 square feet from 9,000 square feet.

It added two new exam rooms, pushing the total to nine, reducing wait times.  

The expanded lobby provides a quieter space and there are additional office and conference rooms, more room for hospitalizations and day-surgery stays, as well as parking and a “fishbowl” office for doctors adjacent to the surgery and treatment areas. 

Pet Medical Center provides veterinary medical and surgery care, pet food and supplies, dog day care, pet grooming, a self-service dog wash and pet adoptions through its nonprofit partner. It employs 30, including five doctors. 

Harms Engineering of Pasco was the designer.

Vincent Construction LLC of Pasco was the general contractor.

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