Oct 30, 2012 7:09 PM by Sarah Arevalo
TUCSON- Tucson Wildlife Center opened Arizona's first state-of -the art wildlife hospital on Tuesday Oct. 30.
President & Co-Founder Lisa Bates and Supervisor Ray Carroll and other dignitaries and reps were in attendance. This grand opening took place at Tucson Wildlife Center (13275 E. Speedway Boulevard).
This state-of-the-art hospital will include surgical rooms, triage, intensive care, nursery and 24-hour care by licensed veterinarians and well-trained rehabilitators. This hospital will also serve as a training facility for wildlife veterinarians, locally and abroad.