Our Doctors

Dr. Rajiv Bhatia


Upon completion of my veterinary degree I did my masters in veterinary surgery and radiology. After achieving my masters I practiced and taught veterinary surgery and radiology at the same University for over 8 years. In December 2000 I immigrated to Canada and have been practicing small animal medicine and surgery since.

Dr. Rebecca Phillips


I was born and raised in London, Ontario. I did my undergraduate degree in Animal Biology at the University of Guelph and graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in the spring of 2016. I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of my job but have special interest in feline medicine and internal medicine.

Care Team


Practice Manager

Sarah loves caring for pets from the beginning to the end of their lives, sharing their milestones, joy and legacy.

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Veterinary Office Administration

Jessica loves assisting clients and their pets, working with a great group of people, and learning new things daily.



Michelle loves her job and can’t imagine doing anything else! While at work, she also has the great company of our clinic cat Vito who thinks he owns the place.

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Aileen has loved animals since childhood and grew up on a farm. She has had many experiences with animals and loves helping them out!



I am a Registered Veterinary Technician here at Beaver Creek Animal Hospital. I currently share a home with my family and three cats; Caramel, O’Malley and Tiger Lily as well as my dog Gracie.


Veterinary Assistant and Receptionist

Allison loves being able to continuously learn and grow every day, making her more and more fascinated and passionate about veterinary medicine.

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Sara has always had a deep passion for caring for all animals. She enjoys camping, hiking, fishing, mini-golfing, and watching baseball.

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Veterinary Assistant

 I joined the Beaver Creek Animal Hospital as a coop student in 2013. In the fall of 2016, I switched to full-time employment as a veterinary assistant. I love animals, I love my job and I couldn’t imagine anything better than working with my favourite thing in the world!

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In 2016 I joined the Beaver Creek Animal Hospital as a co-op student. Then at the end of 2018 I started as a part-time receptionist. I love meeting the variety of furry faces and working closely with an awesome team!

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