Dr. Haroush doesn’t only look after your pet as a professional, but he sees your pet as one of his own. With his extensive veterinary knowledge and fully-equipped hospital, he is able to give you peace of mind when it comes to your pet. The Animal Health Center really is the best place to take care of your pet’s problems. I wouldn’t go anywhere else. Unlike large veterinary hospitals that deal with a myriad of pets hastily, this private practice gives you reassurance that your pet will be taken care of exceptionally on an individual basis.
Dr. David Pinson (DVM, PhD, DACVP, DACLAM) is a dual certified veterinary pathologist and laboratory animal veterinarian. He is a 1978 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. After practicing two years in western Kentucky, Dr. Pinson returned to graduate school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He completed his PhD in experimental pathology in 1985 and spent two years in residency at Auburn University and University of Florida. He completed the ACVP board examination in 1986 and the ACLAM board examination in 1990. He is a recipient of an NIH research career development award. He spent 21 years on the faculty of the University of Kansas Medical Center engaged in research on macrophage immunobiology, cancer, and HIV neuropathogenesis. He rose to rank of professor at KU Medical Center. In 2011, He joined the faculty of the University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine, residing on the Peoria campus. He currently holds the rank of professor. His CV lists 92 peer review publications, one book chapter on inflammation, two NIH grants, and he serves on numerous committees locally and nationally. He currently teaches in the second year medical curriculum in pathology and pharmacology. He is chair of the preclinical task force for the Peoria campus and he serves on the four-site curriculum committee of the University of Illinois Chicago College of Medicine. He has continuously maintained a surgical pathology practice for 16 years and routinely reads for Idexx Veterinary Reference Laboratories. He currently serves as Animal Health Center’s Histopathologist, a position crucial to diagnosing cancer and inflammatory related diseases.