Heron Hot Sheet – October 2021 –

Useful updates for our community of referring veterinarians | October  2021
  • Meet Dr. Adam Drury


    “To our referring partner veterinarians, my commitment is to provide open, collaborative support and communication so we can work together to help your patients and clients.”
    – Dr. Adam Drury
    Dr. Adam Drury is one of the neurologists at our BC hospital. A dual citizen, Dr. Drury grew up mainly in Tennessee. A passion for sports took him around the world and ultimately to Colorado where he completed veterinary school. After two internships followed by a residency at Virginia Tech, Dr. Drury became board-certified as a neurologist in 2021. His graduate research during residency investigated endoscopic spinal surgery for intervertebral disc disease.

    Since completing his Masters in Neurology residency, Dr. Drury has joined the Boundary Bay family to continue his service to animals. Dr. Drury’s interests include surgery and pain management for intervertebral disc disease, inflammatory central nervous system disease and neurosurgery for other brain or spinal cord conditions. He is excited to join this community and help pets and their families as well as assist other local veterinarians.

    Dr. Drury moved to the area with his wife, two small children, two dogs and two cats. He enjoys hiking, wildlife photography, cooking and watching his children grow every day. Dr. Drury is passionate about the environment and preserving the natural beauty of British Columbia.

    Dr. Drury is eager to meet you, our valued veterinary community, if you come across any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us, and we can arrange a phone call or a virtual visit to your clinic!

    Request a virtual meeting with Dr. Drury

Reach out Michelle Floris, our veterinary outreach rep, or visit our RDVM support page for flyers, brochures, direction postcards, magnets, etc.

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