Washington Park Veterinary Clinic

393 S. Pearl St.
Denver, CO 80209

(303)871-8050

www.washingtonparkvc.com

Our Doctors

Dr. Karen Jones-Diller

Dr. Jones graduated from Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. Dr. Jones practiced in Seattle, WA, Houston, TX and State College, PA prior to purchasing WPVC. Dr. Jones enjoys avian, exotic and wildlife patients. She worked at Cincinnati Zoo and The Wildlife Center of Virginia while in Veterinary School. She worked closely with Center Wildlife Care, a wildlife rehabilitation center in State College Pennsylvania for many years. Dr. Jones has completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture course and examination. She combines Traditional Chinese Medicine with Western Veterinary Medicine. 

 

Dr. Laura Lederman

Dr. Lederman's passion for animals started at a young age. She was born in Cuba and spent the majority of her life in Miami before moving to Denver and joining our team in 2018. She is a graduate of Ross University and completed her clinical training at Auburn University. Dr. Lederman's medical interests include surgery, dermatology, pediatrics and dentistry.

In her free time, she spends time with her husband, toddler Ashton, and their 2 dogs Mila and Oliver. On her off-time she can be found on the slopes skiing, hiking around her home in Golden and enjoying the outdoors. 

Dr. Lindsey Rademacher

Dr. Rademacher joined our team full time in April 2019, after working as a relief doctor for us the year prior. She fit in very well with our friendly and outgoing staff and thoroughly enjoys our compassionate and committed clientele. She is originally from the Pittsburgh, PA area and currently resides in Boulder with her family. 

Dr. Rademacher attended North Carolina State University for her veterinary degree and completed a one year rotating internship there after her 2010 graduation. She has been practicing primarily emergency medicine for the past 8 years in the Pittsburgh and Denver areas. She has found that she enjoys family practice as it allows her to form long-term relationships with her clients and patients, something she is not able to do in the emergency room. In her spare time, Dr. Rademacher enjoys skiing, hiking and eating great food.