OAKHURST — Kevin Lazarcheff, owner of Oakhurst Veterinary Hospital, was recently sworn in as President of the California Veterinary Medical Association. The CVMA is the largest state veterinary medical association in the nation with more than 7,200 members.
Kevin Lazarcheff, DVM is a native of Reno who attended the University of Nevada, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science in Veterinary Science. Following his graduation from University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Dr. Lazarcheff has practiced small and large animal medicine and surgery in Nevada, Washington, and California. Before he acquired Oakhurst Veterinary hospital earlier this year, he practiced emergency and critical care medicine and surgery at specialty veterinary practices in Fresno and Merced.
Dr. Lazarcheff has represented the central valley on the CVMA’s Board of Governors for the past 7 years.
“The CVMA is one of the premier organization advocating for animal and the veterinary profession in the country,” says the married father of two. “I am pleased to be representing this organization, the valley, the Oakhurst community and everything they offer.”
Dr. Lazarcheff lives in Ahwahnee with his wife Stacie, two children, two dogs, two cats and a leopard gecko.
Oakhurst Veterinarian Hospital provides a wide variety of veterinary services for small animals in Oakhurst and surrounding areas. Contact the office for more information.
About CVMA: Organized veterinary medicine in California began on January 11, 1888 at a meeting held by a small group of veterinary practitioners in San Francisco. They formed the California State Veterinary Medical Association, the 14th state association in the nation. From this small beginning, CVMA grew to its present status as the largest state veterinary medical association in the nation.